A huge part of making your house a home sweet home is to take any unnecessary stress of of Mom. Like having some dishes on hand that are disposable, yet elegant. It would really take all the worry out of inviting friends over for dinner, or to just make a family meal into a special treat! I was contacted by Divine Disposables for my Home Sweet Home event, and I was amazed at these dishes! Looking at the pictures, you seriously can not tell these are anything less than elegant dinnerware and table settings! I love this Western-themed set:
Of course, my little sister would prefer one of the fancy high-tea-type sets:
This would be perfect for a wedding, especially if it was a Victorian-theme celebration!
"In 1917, in New Haven, Connecticut, Robert's grandparents opened their first business in their new country. It was a retail store selling wrapping paper, not the fancy kind but the kind you see in the "old" movies where the grocers wraps the meat in brown paper. Until the 1920's that was the extent of paper goods being manufactured. As products were developed, such as paper straws, paper napkins, paper cups, waxpaper, matches and paper bags, their retail store added them to their inventory.
Harold, Robert's dad, went on the road all over the northeast selling and delivering these stocked items. It was on one of those trips that he met Mildred, Roberts Mom. In 1945 their family, including Pa and Bubbie Granoff and little Robert, moved to Miami, Florida and opened their first wholesale distribution "warehouse" in their garage (they all lived together). They prospered and soon moved their distribution into a real warehouse, bought trucks and supplied Miami's food service industry, (restaurants, hotels, caterers, civic organizations, and other institutional customers) with a much expanded product line from that original business.
In 1983, at the very begining of the warehouse retail concept, Robert, now a grown man, and his Dad decided to open a cash & carry warehouse to serve the needs of the smaller buyers who wanted less than full cases of product and couldn't make distributers miniumum orders.
Janyce joined the company in 1983 to source new product lines and married Robert in 1985. Today Janyce and Robert bring this unique product mix, at low prices, to the World Wide Web. They buy direct from manufacturers and ship products all over the world.
Janyce and Robert are experienced in serving Mom and Pop companies like themselves, tiny startups, and city municipalities.They are accessible...if you need help or have a question about a particular product, just e-mail
Our hours of operation are from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday thru Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We ship Mondays through Fridays."
Janyce asked if I would be interested in hosting a giveaway for my readers, and of course I said yes! I mean, who wouldn't love to win a set of Divine Disposables? Service for 16, no less, so you can use it at your next party or family get-together!
One of my readers will receive the set of Divine Disposables pictured above (service for 16)! This includes:
16 dinner plates
16 dessert plates
Cutlery for 16
16 water glasses
16 dinner napkins
16 dessert napkins
2 table runners
Go to Divine Disposables and tell me your favorite set or theme!