Thanksgiving Hostess Gift Ideas
Choose one of our gift ideas for Thanksgiving hosts and hostesses, and you'll be guaranteed an invitation back to Thanksgiving dinner next year.
You can’t show up empty handed for the people that have put in all the work making that turkey and cleaning their house for Thanksgiving dinner! But, finding the right Thanksgiving hostess gift can be challenging. You want your Thanksgiving hostess gift to be something enjoyed, not just another to be knick-knack tossed aside or buried in a closet. Here are some great Thanksgiving hostess gift ideas to bring for your host and hostess that are sure to please.
Anitco Frantoio Muraglia ‘Intenso Olive Oil
Buy It: $50, deananddeluca.com
Indulge the hosts with a gourmet olive oil that they would never buy for themselves. This one comes in a colorful striped ceramic jug handmade by artisans in Puglia, Italy. It’s so pretty they’ll have to keep it out on display.
Amber Dunes Candle
Buy It: $45.00, illumecandles.com
You can never go wrong with a nice smelling candle in a striking glass container like this one in a metallic ombre glass.
Stemless Gold Champagne Flutes
Buy It: Set of 4/$23.96, worldmarket.com
Everything is better in a fancy glass and sparkling wine is no exception. Bring these with you for a fancy little post-Turkey and pecan pie nightcap.
Buy It: $29.64, amazon.com
Undoubtedly, the hostess will be inundated with food gifts. Leave her with this great new design book to relax with over the weekend by super star decorator, Mark D. Sikes, Beautiful: All American Decorating and Timeless Style.
Hand Relief™ Moisturizing Creme
Buy It: $24, aveda.com
After a full day and night of dishwashing and food prep, the hostess’s hands could use a little moisturizing and this hand lotion from Aveda is one of the best varieties on the market. It has their signature, straight-from-the-spa fragrance that relaxes you while also nourishing your hands.
Rockroller Glass with Chilling Balls
Buy It: $29.99, brookstone.com
If the host or hostess is a serious cocktail fan, then this is your gift. Two freezable stainless steel balls in a specially designed curvy glass keep your drink cold without watering it down.
Custom Party Cups
Buy It: 25 for $45, markandgraham.com
Every hostess needs a personalized or monogrammed set of disposable cups. What better way to send someone home than with a toter that reminds them of the party where they got it?
Buy It: Set of 4/$78, nordstrom.com
Battling watermarks on tables won’t be problem with these perfect for cold weather, faux-bois-y black and gold porcelain coasters.
Buy It: $55, figanddove.com
Since the Christmas season begins the day after Thanksgiving, it’s okay to be a little ahead of the curve especially if it means bringing one of these elegant peace dove ornaments that are handmade by Lousiana artist, Brad Bourgoyne.