Sunday, December 14, 2014

Susty Party great disposable dinnerware




Are you like me and like to have disposable dinnerware on hand especially for parties? It makes cleanup so much easier. Susty Party asked me if I wanted to check their products out. I definitely wanted to, as I remember watching them on Shark Tank and thinking they had a great concept.






I received the blue party pack which serves 24. I like that they think bigger numbers. So often I see quantities of 8 or sometimes even 4, and then i have to think about how many packs I need. You don’t just get 24 plates, you get 24 of each size plate. so that’s dinner, dessert and bowls. Not to mention the cups, straws (love that they think of straws), utensils  (knife, fork and spoon) and napkins. Now, they definitely give you more napkins than you need, but that’s not a bad thing. You really can never have too many of those. I know my kids and my friends kids are always spilling things so it’s great to have some extra for a little cleanup. Like I said, they really did think of it all.


I was really surprised at how good quality the plates were. They are the flimsy paper plates that I usually see. They are very sturdy and will hold all you need like sauces, coleslaw, beans, heavy meats etc. We had a few kids over and made corn dogs and baked beans (i know weird combo, but that’s what they asked for, so I went with it.)

  • Compostable: in a commercial compost, plates and bowls break down in a backyard compost
  • Non Toxic: elemental chlorine free, BPA-free, no plastics or harmful chemicals
  • Renewable: made from sustainably harvested plant materials
  • Made in North America: manufactured in the US and Canada, proudly packaged in Ohio
  • Jobs for the Blind: with our co-packing partner, Clovernook Center, we're creating jobs for the blind
Cost is a little high for the party packs at $75, but to me it is worth it. You won’t worry about plates leaking, or cups. Plus you can throw everything away at the end and won’t have to wash anything, even silverware. Plus nothing will sit in a landfill forever sense it all breaks down.


You don’t have to buy a party pack if you don’t want just one color. you can buy each item by itself like the plates, cups, table cloth and more. So many colors to chose from as well. I really recommend checking them out and ordering some today for your next party, picnic or just for around the house when you aren’t in the mood to wash dishes. I know we all have those days.  


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18 comments:

  1. I always use disposable dinnerware for bigger parties (especially if there are kids or people I don't trust around my food plates!) It jet makes clean up so much easier and a lot go disposable dinnerware comes in cute and festival patterns <3

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  2. I only ever use disposable dinner ware for birthday parties. I love the look of the chevron straws, I need to invest in some of those :)

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  3. I only use cheap disposable dinnerware for parties of any size or family get togethers. It makes for easy clean and I can use the extra money for other things.

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  4. I remember the few big parties i attended this year most had disposable plates and they were so flimsy it was annoying to have any foods with gravy on them as they broke easily, these look cool

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  5. I heard about Susty Party on Shark Tank. Love that it's durable and great mission on creating jobs for the blind.

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  6. We also do disposables when we have parties at home.. :) To lessen the chores and enjoy more of the party.. These are great stuffs!

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  7. Disposables can be fun to use when you have festive styles. These look pretty cute. Sounds like they were very durable also.

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  8. I'm going to have to take a look. As much as I love disposable plates, I get tired of plain white. These are much nicer!

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  9. Disposable partyware is always awesome for big celebrations! I love the fact that they are compostable!

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  10. I love the disposable dinnerware because it is less work in the end. It is also great for the ecosystem too when you buy the biodegradable.

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  11. This really looks nice for disposable dinnerware. It's perfect for faster clean up during Christmas Parties.

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  12. I love using disposable dinnerware when we have company over. Even better that this set looks super nice!

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  13. What a fun party! Looks like you had a blast :) i love disposable goods!

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  14. You're right. The cost might be too high but in reality it saves you the effort and the time to wash the plates and everything else. You won't worry about children running here and there and the possibility of the wares breaking. Disposable dinnerware is really the best to use during parties and events.

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  15. It looks like great party ware. We love using things like this in our house because it means easy cleanup but cute plates.

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  16. I need to find that! I always feel bad about the disposable plates I get. But I also hate doing the dishes all the time.

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  17. Disposable party ware? Count me in. These are a great idea.

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  18. It's always nice to use something like this in a party. I love that idea.

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