• Get To Know Our Non-Profit Partners: Sitar Arts Center

    ReVased is excited to be working alongside the Sitar Arts Center in Washington, D.C. and help further its mission of providing a multidisciplinary arts education to local youth members, 80% of which come from low-income households.

  • COVID-19 Update: Temporary Service Pause

    Unfortunately, given NY Governor Cuomo's and MD Governor Hogan's announcements of the New York and Maryland statewide shutdowns of all non-essential businesses, we must pause our New York City, Baltimore, and D.C. services at this time. The health and safety of our community - including our customers, partners, and staff - is our top priority. We are committed to doing everything we can to mitigate this outbreak and that includes a full commitment to social distancing.

  • Happy Spring!

    With all the craziness in the world, now more than ever, it’s important to take a step back and think of the small things that give us hope. The season of Spring symbolizes many things such as rebirth, joy, and growth. These past few weeks have been rough, but let’s not forget all the potential for growth that difficult times provide. Instead of staying hopeless and scared, we must launch up from our deep roots, like flowers in the springtime, and grow into our best selves. Take a walk outside and notice those little buds blossoming into full grown flowers!

  • Important Update on COVID-19

    We hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy. We know that flowers can be especially pleasant to have around in a time when many of us are self-quarantining or socially distancing, so we are doing our best to continue delivering to you. That being said, the health and safety of our community is the most important thing. We wanted to let you know about some changes that we are making - and continuously re-evaluating - in this uncertain time.

  • Get To Know Our Non-Profit Partners: The Center at Red Oak

    The Center at Red Oak is a full service center for senior citizens, providing arts, health and wellness, education, and other supportive programming. ReVased is so excited to provide flowers to this center and bolster the Center’s efforts to make the aging population feel good.

  • Get To Know Our Non-Profit Partners: Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital

    We love working with Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital in Baltimore! Levindale offers care for the elderly, ill, and disabled.

  • The New York Times: Nothing Says ‘I Love You’ Like Secondhand Roses

    Thank you to Alyson Krueger from the New York Times for covering our recent upcycling work with Pic and Petal. We loved talking with you about incorporating an eco-conscious approach to cut flowers, always relevant but especially around Valentine’s Day.

  • Get To Know Our Non-Profit Partners: Goddard Riverside

    We are proud to deliver to two Goddard Riverside facilities, the Goddard Riverside Senior Center and the Lincoln Square Senior Center.

  • WBAL TV 11: ReVased offers unique opportunity to reuse and recycle flower arrangements

    Check out our co-founders Aviva and Arielle Vogelstein discussing ReVased with Jennifer Franciotti on WBAL TV 11 Baltimore.

  • Bloomberg: "Valentine’s Day Flowers Don’t Have to Be So Bad for the Earth After All"

    We are so excited that Bloomberg featured us in their awesome story “Valentine’s Day Flowers Don’t Have to Be So Bad for the Earth After All” by Claire Ballentine. The story sheds light on the important issues surrounding cut flowers and we’re honored that we were mentioned as an eco-friendly option. Check it out here!

  • Can Flowers Cure Your Winter Blues?

    The frigid weather, shorter days, and limited sunlight during the winter months can often take a toll on our mental health. Feeling down during this time of year, often known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), can cause us to withdraw from family and friends and feel unmotivated to accomplish the goals we had once set out at the beginning of the year. Research has shown that incorporating flowers and plants into our daily life can have tremendous positive impacts on our physical and mental health.

  • Ring in the New Year with Flowers

    As the year comes to an end, many of us are working on our New Year’s resolutions for the upcoming year. We’re signing up for gym memberships, vowing to keep in touch with family members more, and promising to take better care of ourselves. As we all know, while we may be motivated to stick to our resolutions now, the reality is that we often give up on them after only a few weeks. It’s important to set practical resolutions and commit to new behaviors which have a positive impact on your well-being. Here at ReVased, our (obvious) recommendation is to commit to regularly surrounding yourself with flowers.