Anyone who has hosted during the holidays, knows it can be a stressful undertaking. Cooking, opening up your home to friends and family, and being the perfect hostess is no easy feat! Even though it is not mandatory, it’s such a nice gesture to bring along a little something for the hostess. Whether it’s a home -baked treat, a bottle of champagne or a small gift —it’s never a bad idea to show your host a little appreciation.
Since finding the perfect hostess gift can get a little tricky, I’ve put together a list of hostess gift ideas for you! Check them out below and be sure to share your own ideas in the comments section…
I fell in love with these mercury scented candles- they are sure to add a touch of warmth to any space, which the hostess will definitely love.
These are such beautiful cookie cutters and a perfect gift for a hostess during the holiday season.
3.) Wine Glass
Pinkies Up! I love this glass! You can find some super fun and witty glasses out there to fit the host’s personality perfectly!
If you can’t spend a lot on a gift, a beautiful ornament is absolutely perfect!
Who doesn’t love a gorgeous coffee mug. I love this monogrammed one above.
This is a little more on the pricey side, but omg. I would for sure host if someone would give me this! It’s beautiful and perfect for reading their delish recipes on their tablet.
A nice candle is a wonderful hostess present. It’s the type of thing most people don’t splurge on for themselves, but love to have in their homes.
For the cookbook fanatic— Chrissy Teigen’s new cookbook is a must-buy. I love her!
If you ask me, a nice bottle of bubbly is always a treat if your host is into champagne. Add a festive twist by giving them a pretty bottle of something like Perrier-Jouët, which comes with a satin champagne chiller bag (no wrapping necessary!).
10.) Serving Tray
I fell in love with this serving tray from Terrain. You can never have enough serving trays as an entertainer, which makes this a perfect gift.
I hope I suggested some good ideas for you!! I can’t believe Thanksgiving is less that 2 weeks away. Ahh!!