Holiday Hostess or Guest?

TGIF!

Tis the season for holiday fun and festivities! December is here along with all the holiday parties. Are you planning on hosting a few or attending a few...or a bit of both? If you're planning on attending, (much like yourself) I'm sure the hostess would love anything that is thoughtful and can make their hostess duties a bit easier. Below are a few gift ideas to take with you while you attend your holiday parties.


Think seasonal as well as what the hostess likes.


For the adventurous hostess, these neighborwood coasters you can purchase from uncommon goods would be such a cute gift! Have them personalized to feature either their favorite city neighborhoods or he/she's favorite place that they have traveled.







Every hostess needs a serving tray, why not make it personalized! This wood tray can be found on Etsy. What's a party without wine and cheese, these Christmas inspired cheese knives, found at Crate and Barrel add that holiday touch! To finish off the kitchen duties, holiday towels are always nice to have during this time of the year. These towels below can be found at Crate and Barrel as well.


For the hostess that loves to craft, cook and bake a festive Christmas At Home book would be greatly treasured. This one featured below can be found on Amazon. You can accompany the book with a fun spatula and cookie cutter set from Anthropology.




If you've got a girlfriend that you know loves wine, this corkcicle air is the perfect hostess gift...and would definitely be appreciated! This gift can be found at Crate and Barrel.









And when in doubt, a beautiful, seasonal candle is always a winner! This wintery warm scented candle can be found at Williams Sonoma; and you can add a monogram for an extra small fee. If you can't decide on a scent, a candle holder to add to the Christmas twinkle would be a thoughtful gift as well. This bubbled silver hurricane candle holder can be found at Crate and Barrel.



Have a wonderful & safe, holiday season!


 

(Source Photos: Uncommongoods.com, Amazon, Anthropology, crateandbarrel.com, Williamssonoma.com)

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