Wedding Date Penny Charm for Bride's Shoe, Custom Good Luck Penny, Marriage Date, Personalized Bridal Gift Idea

  • $ 14.00

The wedding tradition of placing a penny in the bride’s shoe originally transpired from the Victorian rhyme –

"Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a sixpence in your shoe."

The sixpence, or penny, was said to bring wealth and good fortune of the couple. Legend has it, this penny is to be saved by the bride and given to her daughter on her wedding day.

Today, many brides have the penny made into a piece of jewelry after the wedding.

Our penny charms are complete with the stamped wedding date and heart, and even have a predrilled hole so they can be hung from a chain or attach as a charm to a bracelet after the wedding. We'll include a silver jumpring with your order. Penny charms are hand- hammered and textured, each one individually created and special. The wedding date is stamped into the metal on the front and a mottled texture has been hammered on the back.

Each penny has been patinated and sealed with a jeweler's glaze for a slight shine and to preserve the patina.

Upon ordering, leave a note with the date you'd like on your one of a kind penny.

Comes packaged in an organza fabric bag with satin ribbon tie, ready to give to the bride to be.