We all know how important it is to arrive at the dinner party with a hostess gift in hand. After all, when someone opens their home to you, it’s the least you can do! This Thanksgiving, if you aren’t hosting dinner, you’ll most likely be a guest in a friend or family member’s home. We all know how much work it takes to prepare a Thanksgiving feast, so it is more important than ever to show your host appreciation for their magnificent hosting skills.
To make it easy for you, we’ve compiled a list of the top Thanksgiving hostess gifts. Any host would be thrilled to receive any gift off this list!
Brilliant Gifting for the Thanksgiving Hostess
The Casserole Carrier is perfect when paired with your favorite Thanksgiving dish in tow. Bring your completed casserole for guests to enjoy, and then leave the casserole carrier and a recipe card with the hostess so they can easily whip up the dish for future feasts!
Along the same lines (only sweeter!) bake up your favorite Thanksgiving pie (pecan? pumpkin?) and present it upon arrival in this festive Pie Carrier, sure to be a hit! Remember again to include a recipe card so the pie can become a tradition in someone else’s Thanksgiving Day menu as well.
For the hostess who loves to entertain, holiday-specific decor is always a must. The Give Thanks Sign provides a perfect opportunity to spread cheer this year, and for years to come. Pair the sign with a personalized card that includes all the reasons you are thankful to have your hostess in your life.
On Thanksgiving Day, we hope the air is filled with the delightful scents and smells of a well-cooked turkey and a fresh-baked pie. Provide your hostess a gift that will remind her of the aromas from Thanksgiving Day with the Scented Pinecone Candle. Add a beautifully-wrapped pack of matches and she’s all set for the season.
And, for the hostess who has everything, go with The Corkcicle – our pick as THE number one gift for the holiday season! Be sure to bring with a bottle of wine, red or white is sure to delight!
Will you be traveling or hosting Thanksgiving this year? Let us know your plans for this special day of thanks!