free pearls for moms.


Let’s face it, even though I’m not exactly earning a living with this blogging business, it does come with some pretty great perks. Like being invited to a Goldsmith Jewelers red carpet event with a bunch of hot Utah bloggers. It’s always fun to spend a night chit chatting with my blogging friends while noshing on delicious catering and drinking sparkling cider from swanky glasses. See what I mean about all the hotness?


Alma, Kelsey, and me on the red carpet.



Goldsmith Jewelers? Well, they’re really good at what they do. They polished my rings to the point of blinding sparkly goodness and were superb in the customer service department. In fact, I remember very well being told by Alma when she was ring shopping that the only jeweler who actually helped her get the ring she wanted was Goldsmith. And when we showed up for the event, they actually remembered her {and called her by name!} from two years ago. Ku-dos.


So, you know how fashion styles hit Europe well before they get to the U.S.? And how even in the U.S. styles hit the east and west coasts well before they make it to middle America? Well it turns out the same is true of jewelry. I had no idea, I mean I kind of assumed fashion and jewelry went together, but I have many things yet to learn grasshopper, many things.

Pandora charm bracelets are kind of the bomb in Europe, and I for one, had no idea. Maybe if we actually got to Poland I would know these things. I digress. Pandora charm bracelets are the kind of charm bracelets I would actually wear and add onto for special occasions. I mean look at the charms. I was so tempted to get a little froggy to represent P since she is in love with frogs and is even queen of the froggy club at school. Don’t ask, it’s complicated. But then again the little bird kind of looks like a little twitter bird. And the cupcake? I don’t think I need to spell that one out for you. So needless to say, I had a bit of a hard time choosing. I ended up going with a pretty basic little silver charm but I’ll be back, I promise. Alma had a bit of a hard time choosing. In fact, she didn’t really choose at all, she got a few to satisfy her Pandora cravings.



While I love my new Pandora bracelet, you know I wouldn’t just show you amazing jewelry without sharing right? Come on, you should expect better of me.

For those of you who live in Utah I have a coupon you can use for free pearls. FREE pearls folks, worth $100. If you have a mother, sister, girlfriend, or mother-in-law who needs a new pearl necklace for Mother’s Day, now’s your chance. Print this baby up and head over to Goldsmith Jewelers to redeem it for some gorgeous pearls. I’m not joking, tell all your friends too. Your mother can thank me later.

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Allison

Hello there! I'm Allison Czarnecki, founder + editor of Petit Elefant, a blog all about style on a budget for every part of your life: style / home / travel / family. I do a lot of how-to beauty + style tutorials, travel posts, easy recipes, home remodel projects, and cool DIY crafts you totally want to try. I'm super happily married (to a hot Polish immigrant) and am the mother of two kids, a daughter and son, all of whom are featured here on the regular. We live in the country but we're a little bit rock + roll. Welcome!

4 Comments

  1. Azúcar :

    Almost makes me wish I’d missed my own birthday party to be there with you guys. What a blast!

  2. KJ :

    my mom gave me one of those charm bracelets a few years ago…i had no idea i was so fashion forward!

  3. Jyl @ MommyGossip :

    This is an awesome post… you crack me up! I am so rooting for you guys to go to Poland and for us to come with you. Hey! Maybe Sassy Scoops can start traveling and our first stop could be Poland. Seriously!!!

    :)

  4. Beth :

    unfortunately the pearls thing didn’t work out so well for us. The line was around the block and you had to give all your information before they said if they had any pearls left or not, which you had to come back for after mother’s day….