Susty Party. What’s their rallying cry? “Respect earth and party on!”
It’s a great message from a cool company that was founded three years ago in Brooklyn by Emily Doubilet and Jessica Holsey. It’s a great rallying cry for this holiday weekend, too.
Susty Party makes disposable tableware that’s party-ready and smart. It’s all compostable and cute.
The paper goods come in eight color groups — green, red, black, gray, yellow, pink and light blue — and there’s everything from plates, napkins and bowls to tablecloths, straws and picks for food. They also make wood cutlery from renewable, sustainably harvested birch and aspen trees. All their products are non-toxic and free of harmful chemicals and plastics. It’s fun to mix colors and patterns.
Why not pick up some sunny Susty wares to for your Memorial Day picnics and gatherings this weekend? And don’t forget birthday and graduation parties.
You can buy Susty Party items at Whole Foods, the first retailer that ever carried them. I fell in love with Susty Party at Ellwood Thompson’s last spring. Martin’s new food market at 11361 Midlothian Turnpike also carries Susty Party items, including the ones above. There, a set of eight 7-inch plates is $4.19 and a pack of 12 10-oz. cups is $4.29. Paper straws are $6.49 for 50, and don’t miss the holiday-perfect gray tablecloths ($9.29 each). They’re speckled with stars.
Susty’s fan base keeps growing. The founders first became media darlings when they appeared on Shark Tank in May last year. Join the club, set your table and get your earth-friendly party going STAT.