11/23/16 11/23/16 POPSUGAR Food Holiday Food Thanksgiving Hostess Gift Ideas 25 Hostess Gifts to Bring on Thanksgiving November 23, 2016 by Anna Monette Roberts 363 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. When someone invites you into her home to celebrate a special holiday like Thanksgiving, Christmas, or Hanukkah, show your appreciation by bringing a hostess gift. Start by thinking about your hostess and her entertaining style, then select an item that she will truly enjoy. Need some suggestions? Here are 25 hostess gifts we think she's bound to love. Shop Brands Restoration Hardware · Pottery Barn · Kate Spade · Anthropologie · Thirstystone · Diptyque · One Kings Lane · Lipper · World Market Homemade, Edible Gifts Sometimes the most cherished and appreciated gifts are those that are homemade. From homemade confections to jarred goods, these edible gift recipes can't be beat. Bottle Opener Beer and other bottles ought to be opened with something other than a can opener. This bottle opener ($15) is dainty enough to decorate a bar cart. Neiman Marcus Corkscrews & Openers 8 Oak Lane Pretzel Bottle Opener $15 $11.25 from Neiman Marcus Buy Now See more Neiman Marcus Corkscrews & Openers Wine Charms A set of wine charms, like these colorful cat ones ($12 for set of 6 charms), can be used on Thanksgiving and at many parties to come. ModCloth Kitchen Paws For Celebration Wine Charms $11 from ModCloth Buy Now See more ModCloth Kitchen Monogrammed Cocktail Napkins Customize cloth cocktail napkins ($12 for six, plus $7 per napkin for monogramming) with the hostess's name or initials. It's a gift she is likely to reuse over and over again. Pottery Barn Caterer's 6-Piece Napkin Set $15 from Pottery Barn Buy Now See more Pottery Barn Napkins Wine Chiller Need to quickly chill a bottle of white? Come to your hostess's rescue with a Corkcicle Wine Chiller ($25). Macy's Tabletop Corkcicle Air $24 from Macy's Buy Now See more Macy's Tabletop Champagne Flutes Toast to friends and family with these Kate Spade stemless Champagne flutes ($50 for set). Kate Spade Stemless Champagne Flutes $50 from Nordstrom Buy Now See more Kate Spade Drinkware Flutes Cocktail Napkins Cocktail napkins ($6) are always needed and appreciated as a gift. Pair them with a bottle of wine. Anthropologie Pop Fizz Clink Cocktail Napkin Set $6 from Anthropologie Buy Now See more Anthropologie Home & Living Wine Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Anna Monette Roberts Perhaps the easiest and most standard hostess gift is a bottle of wine. Pick up a moderately priced varietal from a local wine shop. For a red, select something versatile and crowd-pleasing like the award-winning La Moneda Reserva's Malbec ($7), available at Walmart. If you want a white, you can't go wrong with the 2014 Butternut Chardonnay ($15). As for a sparkler, Simi 1876 Brut and Brut Rosé ($32-$40) are delightful, light, and perfect for toasting. 2014 Butternut Chardonnay $15 from bnawine.myshopify.com Buy Now Flowers Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Jae Payne A fresh bouquet of flowers is always a lovely gift and doubles as a great Thanksgiving centerpiece. Use a flower delivery service, especially if you are traveling. Once you arrive, cut and arrange some Fall flowers in a vase, tie with a pretty bow, and give the whole thing to the hostess. This way she won't have to find a vase, fill it with water, and cut the flowers in the middle of her party. Herb-Growing Kit For the hostess with a green thumb, gift her with this Tea Herbs Garden Kit ($40) so she can grow eight different teas. Tea Herbs Garden Kit $40 from williams-sonoma.com Buy Now Pie Server It's time your loved one had a proper pie server ($13, originally $20) for when the moment calls! Anthropologie Bakewell Pie Server $20 from Anthropologie Buy Now See more Anthropologie Kitchen Corkscrew This gold corkscrew ($25) looks vintage and timeless. shopbop.com Corkscrews & Openers Gift Boutique Golden Key Bottle Opener / Corkscrew $25 from shopbop.com Buy Now See more shopbop.com Corkscrews & Openers Spirits Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography After wine, another common hostess gift is a bottle of alcohol. Gift the hostess St. Germain ($32), a sweet elderflower liqueur that adds a flowery flavor to Champagne cocktails, along with the ingredients for a grapefruit-elderflower sparkler to toast to Thanksgiving. St. Germain $32 from bevmo.com Buy Now Scented Candle Something like a Diptyque Mimosa-scented candle ($32) is thoughtful and simple. Diptyque Mimosa Scented Candle $34 from Nordstrom Buy Now See more Diptyque Candles Coaster Set Give a festive glitter coaster set ($40) to help your hostess save her tabletops from water damage. Kate Spade Happy Hour Glitter Coaster Set $40 from shopbop.com Buy Now See more Kate Spade Coasters Apron A stylish couture apron ($32) keeps a hostess's dress clean while making her look stylish. Anthropologie Cuisine Couture Apron $32 from Anthropologie Buy Now See more Anthropologie Aprons Cheese Knives A set of cheese knives ($20, originally $34) serves both aesthetically pleasing and utilitarian. Anthropologie Mother-Of-Pearl Cheese Knives $34 from Anthropologie Buy Now See more Anthropologie Cheese Boards & Slicers Serving Tray A hostess can never have too many serving trays for appetizers, and this small cast iron tray ($36, originally $52) is a great base to start a collection. It can be used over and over again for holidays year round. Restoration Hardware Grand Brasserie Cast Aluminum Small Long Tray $52 from Restoration Hardware Buy Now See more Restoration Hardware Trays & Platters Appetizer Set Bread and chips (with dip) look oh so appetizing on this bread board with a ceramic bowl ($40). Lipper 2-pc. Acacia Bread Board with Ceramic Bowl Set $40 from JCPenney Buy Now See more Lipper Serving Bowls Himalayan Salt Plates Himalayan salt plates ($40 for 4) double as a stunning platter as well as unique cooking surface. World Market Himalayan Salt Plates, 4 Pack $39.99 from Cost Plus World Market Buy Now See more World Market Salt & Pepper Shakers Gift Basket Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Anna Monette Roberts Sure, you can purchase an expensive gourmet gift basket, but it's really easy and more personal to make your own. Pick up a basket from a local craft store and fill with your favorite cheese (we suggest Cypress Grove's Midnight Moon aged gouda and Humboldt Fog goat cheese), salami, crackers, jarred olives, a bottle of wine, etc. But if you are short for time, there's always Williams-Sonoma's collections that can be delivered straight to your hostess's door, like this one with cheese and salami ($50) or this Olli Charcuterie & Cheese Gift Crate ($100). Midnight Moon aged gouda and $50 from cypressgrovechevre.com Buy Now Humboldt Fog goat cheese), salami, crackers, jarred olives, a bottle of $50 from cypressgrovechevre.com Buy Now cheese and salami $50 from williams-sonoma.com Buy Now Olli Charcuterie & Cheese Gift Crate $100 from williams-sonoma.com Buy Now Box of Macarons Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Anna Monette Roberts There are many mail-order macaron bakeries, so rather than traveling with your gift, arrange for it to arrive at the hostess's address. We're partial to the Payard Parisian Macarons ($58) due to their delicate packaging, delightful texture, and assortment of delicious flavors. Payard Parisian Macarons $58 from payard.com Buy Now Cheeseboard A gorgeous cheeseboard, like this marble and wood cheeseboard ($35), is something that can be used and appreciated for years to come. Thirstystone Marble & Wood Large Round Paddle Cheeseboard $58 from Macy's Buy Now See more Thirstystone Drinkware Herb Desk Calendar Here's a Herb Garden 2017 Desk Calendar ($20) so pretty, it deserves a standout place on the kitchen counter. Herb Garden 2017 Desk Calendar $20 from anthropologie.com Buy Now Decanter A fun jazzy decanter ($20, originally $25) will perk up any bar cart. One Kings Lane Gold Luster Decanter $25 from One Kings Lane Buy Now See more One Kings Lane Carafes & Decanters Share this post Gifts Under $100Holiday FoodHoliday LivingFall FoodFood ShoppingGift GuideThanksgivingHoliday Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Home DIY Tech Love and Sex Vegetarian Food Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.