Say Thanks with the Perfect Thanksgiving Hostess Gifts Guide
Every year it sneaks up on us, but the holiday season really is just around the corner. With an increase in parties, dinners, and school functions on the calendar this time of year, life can feel a bit hectic (you’re not alone, we feel it too). Between all the excitement and cheer, there are RSVPS, gift shopping, and menu planning to do. To help check one item off your “to-do” list, we’ve curated a list of our favorite Thanksgiving Hostess Gifts.
Hostess gifts may not be expected nowadays, but it is always appreciated. Your friends will remember that little extra something you brought into their home, so why not make it something special. Wine is great, but stand out from the crowd this year with some of our favorites.
Psst…These gifts would also be perfect for house warming or holiday teacher gifts!
Thanksgiving Hostess Gifts Guide
1. For the hostess who has it all, charm her with the Lock & Key Confectionary festive leaf-shaped chocolates. Hand-crafted from white and milk chocolate, I think it’s safe to assume she hasn’t tried delectable treats like these before!
2. For the hostess who loves creating gorgeous culinary displays and cheese plates, gift her one of these American Mini Cheese Plates from Mark AND Graham. Made in Vermont, the plate comes with a bamboo cheese spreader and can be laser-engraved monogrammed for a personalized touch.
3. Gift your hostess the perfect complement to her cheese plate with sleek West Elm copper and marble cheese knives – who knew knives could be so stylish?
4. A beautifully scented candle makes for the perfect hostess gift and these hand-poured, soy candles come in a variety of scents. Made in South Carolina, the Candlefish chandlers custom blend each scent from a library of over 100 fragrances (sold on Anthropologie.com).
5. And last, but certainly not least, bring the gift of entertainment to Thanksgiving with this delightful Movie Buff Game from Ridley’s (sold on CB2.com).
What are your go-to host
and hostess gifts for the holidays?
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