How we work
Kind to our planet and our partners every step of the way.
We’re ending single-use floral design with a repurposing process that’s sustainable from start to finish. Your blooms get a second chance to make someone smile before being properly composted to help fight climate change.
STEP 1: RECOVER & REDESIGN
Immediately after your wedding or corporate event concludes, a Repeat Roses strike team recovers floral arrangements that would otherwise wind up in the trash, lovingly rearranging them into petite bedside bouquets.
STEP 2: DELIVER & DONATE
On your behalf, Repeat Roses will match and deliver your flowers to patients in hospices, cancer treatment centers, mental health facilities, domestic abuse and homeless shelters. Within hours, your flowers are bringing joy to your community.
STEP 3: COLLECT & COMPOST
But we don’t stop there. Repeat Roses returns to our nonprofit partners sites and collects the twice-enjoyed blooms for eco-friendly disposal. Flowers otherwise destined for the landfill—at the donor site’s expense—are composted instead.
Fees begin at $1750 and are based on the size and scale of your event's floral plan.
Fee covers comprehensive coordination and execution of service by our trained teams of professionals. Includes receipt of the Repeat Roses signature confirmation report of your flowers' journey from collection through composting. For event venues outside of our typical driving range, we'll even pay carbon off-sets. Plus, we'll facilitate the donation acknowledgement as part of our standard service, and, help navigate the charitable tax credit process upon request.
GIFT REGISTRIES & GIFT CERTIFICATES
Have wedding guests or relatives who would like to contribute to your Repeat Roses experience?
You can register for Repeat Roses gift certificates on Zola >
Areas of Service
Repeat Roses is available across North America, international destination weddings and most major European cities.
We recommend scheduling your service at least 30 days in advance in order to ensure a spot on our service calendar.
See our FAQ here.