Case (a) of white silk satin with plastic flower trim. Front is marked in gold: For the Bride. Piped edging with two button-and-loop closures. Inside has five pockets labeled Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something/Blue, and Silver Sixpence, in her shoe. The Something New pocket contained Mr. Edward Byron Smith's business card with the following writing: "New - My dress made by Madame Marguerite." The Something Borrowed pocket had a card with the following writing: "Be sure to borrow something. Borrowed Sugelk's pen and pinned it to my slip." Pouch (b) of white silk satin with drawstring containing a sixpence dated 1891 fits inside the matching pocket.