Susty Party

As some of you may or may not know, we have a little birthday approaching. Yep, Well Rounded NY is turning ONE! So to kick off the celebrations we’ve partnered with our friends at Susty Party for a big party pack giveaway worth almost $100. As a pregnant or new mom yourself, we imagine you have a lot of celebrating of your own to do, so this will surely come in handy.

One more reason Susty Party is the perfect giveaway partner this week: we're celebrating all things green all week long in honor of Earth Day on April 22nd. Made from renewable or sustainably harvested materials from here in North America, this Brooklyn-based brand creates disposable tableware that is compostable, colorful, highly functional and party-ready. As if parties didn't already make you happy enough.

The giveaway outfits a party of 16 and includes:

10" plates: $6.99 x 2 / 7" plates: $4.99 x 2 / Bowls: $4.49 x 2 / 10oz paper cups: $4.99 x 2 / 16oz paper cups: $6.99 x 2 / Straws: $6.99 / Tablecloth: $9.99 / Cutlery: $9.99 x 2

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This giveaway ends on April 27.

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