Holiday Hostess Gift Buying Guide
October 26th, 2015
As October comes to a close, we can all expect the holidays to hit into full gear. It’s an exciting time, but between decorating, finding the perfect gift, and preparing the home for out of town relatives, sometimes the smaller things slip past us. Namely, the thank you gifts for those who take on the grueling task of feeding a full table of people and making their home ready for the entire family.
Show your appreciation with a small but memorable holiday hostess gift. We’ve even made it easy for you: our selection of heartfelt gifts makes your search simple and each choice is fitting for travel. Focusing on the unique, these gifts are a perfect fit for those who enjoy having company- no matter the season.
For the Wine Connoisseur: Wine Totes
Wine always makes an easy holiday hostess gift, but it can run redundant. Make your bottle stand out from the rest with our canvas wine tote bags. With endearing sayings and a convenient handle, this tote will be used time and time again by your hostess (which we can’t say for that bottle of wine!)
For the Socialite: Cheers Glasses
The set of cheers glasses is an elegant choice for those who enjoy having parties throughout the year. Whether their go-to is champagne or shots, your hostess will remember you each time they give a toast!
For the Hard to Gift: Trovati Candles
Meeting the significant other’s family for the first time or visiting the aunt you haven’t seen in years? When buying for those you aren’t familiar with, candles are always an ideal option. An accessory that is guaranteed to be used, our collection of candle fragrances will stand out from the norm.
For the Host Who Has Everything: Social Light
This is one gift you know your hostess won’t find anywhere else. Convenient and decorative, these decorative lighters will be used for candles, fireplaces, and grills year-round!
These holiday hostess gifts make sure efforts do not go unnoticed. These loved ones deserve the greatest thanks, because if they didn’t do it, we’d have to!