BLOSSOM BAR<sup>TM</sup> HOLIDAY BUNDLE
BLOSSOM BAR<sup>TM</sup> HOLIDAY BUNDLE
BLOSSOM BAR<sup>TM</sup> HOLIDAY BUNDLE
BLOSSOM BAR<sup>TM</sup> HOLIDAY BUNDLE
BLOSSOM BAR<sup>TM</sup> HOLIDAY BUNDLE
BLOSSOM BAR<sup>TM</sup> HOLIDAY BUNDLE

BLOSSOM BARTM HOLIDAY BUNDLE

Regular price $165.00

Our Blossom Bar™ Holiday Bundle couples the spirit of the season with a special gift for two.

Twice the giving to the community, twice the beautiful blooms for you and a friend!

Details:
Join us for double the joy at the Blossom Bar™ at the Balducci's at 56th Street in the Hearst Tower.

First, you'll spend a 30-minute session side-by-side at the Blossom Bar™ designing two arrangements for our neighbors in need. Typical donation destinations include local hospitals, hospice care, homeless shelter and cancer treatment centers.

Next, snap your photo at our photobooth for a digital keepsake. Your beautiful arrangement and hand-written note will then be delivered within hours to the hearts and hands of those in need. The gift of flowers provides an emotional health boost to those who will benefit most, typically the elderly and ill.

After you petal-it-forward, we'll send you home with two gorgeous, sustainably-designed Passports hand-tied bouquets. 

Passports details:
  • Each week’s exclusive Passport design is based on seasonal market availability and native blooms whenever possible. * Discover a world of beautiful blooms and a fashion-forward color palette inspired by the runway, travel, art, pop culture and design.
  • Every Repeat Roses order comes with a petite compost bag to ensure you have a biodegradable method to avoid the landfill.
  • Click here to discover NYC compost drop-off locations
  • Enjoy courtesy pricing on your next order when you bring your flowers back for composting to our shop located inside Balducci’s Food Lovers Market (301 West 56th Street, NYC) in the Hearst Tower. 

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All this –– and beautiful, too!

Have you noticed that Sustainability and Beauty so often seem diametrically opposed concepts? With those of us who have loved beauty for beauty's sake, all too ready to accept that familiar twinge of guilt at enjoying indulgences (bouquets among them) that seem, at first glance, little more than lovely. When you add the fact that at the end of most events, birthday parties or weddings, all those lush and beautiful flowers are swept into land-fill –– it's hard to argue. But wait. Enter, Repeat Roses.

With a foolproof plan that runs backward from collecting organic waste to compost, they allow each of us to indulge in our love of beauty with The Blossom Bar, teaching workshops that use their industry's surplus blooms to create floral arrangements destined for hospitals, hospices, children's wards, and women's shelters.

Turns out the need for beauty might not be so frivolous after all. One look at the faces of their recipients will tell you all you need to know. And a half-hour tucked into a busy day of bustling turns out to be at least as much a gift for the 'giver'. I couldn't recommend it more highly.

You can also take home a bouquet. Return the spent flowers and RR will compost for you! Good for your community. Good for the planet. Good for your soul.

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D.M.
All this –– and beautiful, too!

Have you noticed that Sustainability and Beauty so often seem diametrically opposed concepts? With those of us who have loved beauty for beauty's sake, all too ready to accept that familiar twinge of guilt at enjoying indulgences (bouquets among them) that seem, at first glance, little more than lovely. When you add the fact that at the end of most events, birthday parties or weddings, all those lush and beautiful flowers are swept into land-fill –– it's hard to argue. But wait. Enter, Repeat Roses.

With a foolproof plan that runs backward from collecting organic waste to compost, they allow each of us to indulge in our love of beauty with The Blossom Bar, teaching workshops that use their industry's surplus blooms to create floral arrangements destined for hospitals, hospices, children's wards, and women's shelters.

Turns out the need for beauty might not be so frivolous after all. One look at the faces of their recipients will tell you all you need to know. And a half-hour tucked into a busy day of bustling turns out to be at least as much a gift for the 'giver'. I couldn't recommend it more highly.

You can also take home a bouquet. Return the spent flowers and RR will compost for you! Good for your community. Good for the planet. Good for your soul.