My best friend Ed and his fiance James are getting married in a month. My gift idea for Ed was the traditional "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue." His family is not participating in the wedding (his choice) so I want to do something special for him. I have the new, borrowed, and blue picked out. It's the 'old' I'm stumped on. These are always things that are carried on one's person during the wedding, if I understand correctly, so I'm limited on how far I can carry this. And unless I come up with a better idea for the 'new' it will not actually be something he can use during the wedding...help!!
PS: The 'new' will be a cake serving set with their names and the date engraved. The 'borrowed' is a coin I've had for about 25 years, which can also fill in as the traditional 'penny in the shoe'. The 'blue' will be a monogrammed handkerchief, also with their initials and the date. If someone has a better idea for the 'new' I'm all ears!!