Tocca "Candele da Viaggio" Holiday Candle Trio
Split Decision Pie Pan
Sugarfina Chocolate Berry Basket
Jo Malone Pine & Eucalyptus Luxury Candle
Racquetball Trophy Wine Stopper
Faux Bois Porcelain Pitcher
DL & Co. La Petite Pomme Rouge Candle
"The 12 Bottle Bar: A Dozen Bottles. Hundreds of Cocktails" by David Solmonson & Lesley Solmonson
Longchamps Glassware, Set of 4 Diamax Champagne Flutes
Uno Attack Game
3 Oz. Sir Francis Bacon Peanut Brittlle
Mini Garden Torches - Set of 4
"Stuffed: The Ultimate Comfort Food Cookbook" by Dan Whalen
Gustus Vitae Complete Gourmet Seasonings & Finishing Salts Of The World
KitchenAid Electric Kettle
Enrico Products Mango Spiral Salad Servers in Tangerine Orange
"I Quit Sugar: Your Complete 8-Week Detox Program and Cookbook" by Sarah Wilson
London Single Wine Tote
Gustus Vitae Gourmet Finishing Salts Of The World Collection
Shaken or Stirred Martini Glasses
Spicy Jam - 2 Pack
Personalized All About Her Mug
Stelle Audio Pillar Speaker
They have the place that everyone loves to gather at. The joint that is always jumpin’. Whether elegant holiday parties, or simple BBQs on the weekend, this host or hostess just seems to make entertaining easy and effortless with a focus on fun.
Though it’s never required, it’s always a nice, thoughtful touch when attending a party or gathering, to take a little gift for the host throwing the event. We all know how much work goes into the planning and execution of an entertaining evening and your gift is a wonderful way to show your appreciation for being included. Gifts can be an item that the host/hostess can use that evening, like a bottle of wine or a gift basket filled with tasty treats, or save for a future occasion.
Our gift gurus recommend considering the person’s entertaining style before selecting your gift. Are most of the host’s events casual gatherings like grilling or pool parties? If so, they might like an engraved BBQ tool set. Are they a mixologist in the making, always experimenting with alcohol and mixes like a mad scientist? Get them a book on the art of making a cocktail or a bar tools set and see their bartending career ignite. If the hostess seems to have more elegant affairs, think about a votive candle set, linen napkins personalized with her monogram, a stylish wine decanter or slate serving board.
So cheers to a fun party! Lucky you for knowing such a great entertainer.