Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Hawaiian Jewelry Bracelet Design In Time For Christmas!
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
For as little as $45.00 we are able take old, unused and broken jewelry and recycle it into a new Hawaiian heirloom bracelet, ring or pendant for yourself or to give as a gift to a loved one. Through this process our company helps keep the earth green by recycling old, broken and unused jewelry, normally known in the trade as "scrap" into new jewelry. For every ounce of "scrap gold or silver" we recycle into new jewelry, we reduce the need of the mining companies to mine a ton of earth. By recycling we are able to turn one's old jewelry into a new piece of Hawaiian jewelry thus conserving on the consumption of resources and energy. Our clients are also able to keep cherished family mementos in a new form of jewelry rather than selling it to scrap gold and silver dealers. Our jewelers/engravers take much pride in recycling your old jewelry into a beautiful piece of Hawaiian jewelry. You can begin the process of recycling your old, broken and unused jewelry into a new piece of Hawaiian jewelry by visiting Designs 'N Gold in our Aiea, Hawaii location or by visiting the Designs 'N Gold Website.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Aloha, Some tips for planning your June wedding.
Choosing a Location
Choose an outdoor ceremony site. Take advantage of warm summer weather to plan the ceremony in a flower garden or expanse of grassy green lawn.
Make sure there is room for a tent if you plan to have an outdoor reception as well. Arrange for the rental company to check the site out prior to booking it to make sure the ground is level enough for a tent.
Get all the necessary permits if you are planning to hold your wedding in a public park.
Look for a location with abundant seasonal flowers. What is a June wedding without roses?