Luxury Brand Partnerships

Turning Today's Flowers Into Tomorrow's Social Good

Founded by award-winning and highly-recognized entrepreneur and seasoned Event Planner, Jennifer Grove, Repeat Roses answers a question asked at over 5 Million weddings, corporate and social events every year.

Repeat Roses was launched in January 2014 after Jennifer spent her career in event design witnessing the enormous amount of waste produced with each event. Determined to find a solution to greatly reduce this waste, Jennifer was inspired to start Repeat Roses.

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Ronald McDonald House Charities of New York City

Lifespire Day Center

American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Jerome L. Greene Family Center

Why Throw Out The Flowers After The Party Is Over?

Rather than watch celebration floral arrangements wind up in the trash, we help our clients petal-it-forward. Where? Into the community to benefit those who need it most. These twice loved blooms bring joy to those in hospitals, cancer care treatment, homeless shelters and mental health facilities.
Our signature collection-through-composting service also diverts waste from landfills ensuring the MOST eco-responsible event experience plus includes a meaningful return on investment.

Saks Fifth Avenue

Ketel One Vodka & Ketel One Botanical

What's In It For Our Partners?

VISUAL PROOF OF IMMEDIATE SOCIAL IMPACT
We provide table signage that can be used throughout your event, letting guests know about the social good that the flowers they are enjoying will bring.

EMOTIONALLY ENGAGING STORYTELLING
Clients receive a beautiful photo email confirmation showcasing the flowers’ journey from the event into the hearts and hands of community recipients.

DATA REPORT OF WASTE DIVERSION
To date, clients of Repeat Roses have diverted 183,000+ pounds of waste and have already had a direct environmental impact. Each client’s event contributes to our initiative for eco-responsible waste disposal.

IT’S GOOD BUSINESS
Your accounting advisors will determine the fair market value of your donation to claim the maximum deduction.

The MoMA

David Yurman

Maison de Mode