Say Thanks With A Thoughtful Hostess Gift

If you are invited to join friends or family for Thanksgiving this year, it is customary to bring along a hostess gift. Of course you can stick with the basics like wine, chocolate, flowers, or a candle…but today I wanted to share some other ideas that your host is sure to love!


One – The last thing someone wants to think about is making breakfast the day after Thanksgiving! We occasionally join friends here in town for dessert after Thanksgiving dinner, and one year we brought along homemade cinnamon rolls and hot cocoa for them to have for breakfast the next morning. I think breakfast is such a thoughtful gift, and I love this cinnamon roll pan you can bake their rolls in and then tell them to keep.

Two – A festive holiday throw is cozy and functional

Three – A luxe soap for the powder room is always appreciated

Four – These festive little salt and pepper shakers are adorable

Five – Something monogrammed really makes a gift feel more personal, and I love the idea of tying this to a bottle of the host’s favorite wine

Six – Chic looking festive kitchen towels are a no-fail gift

Seven – I never seem to have enough serving ware at Thanksgiving, and this versatile set is sure to come in handy

Eight – A wooden cutting board is a perfect gift for all of those holiday charcuteries

Nine – Bring a pie for the dessert and this pie server for them to keep, which looks way more expensive than it is

Ten – Bring the apple pie, and tell them to keep this darling apple pie dish

Eleven – The foodie/chef will love this array of salts

Twelve – Such a sweet little gift for someone who loves to bake

Thirteen – Be extra thoughtful with a small gift for the kids! My kids love this book

Fourteen – These gorgeous cheese knives only look expensive


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