Three Unique Host Gifts for the Holiday Season

With Fall in full swing and the holiday season right around the corner, it is time to begin thinking about stocking up on host and hostess gifts. The last quarter of each year is filled with plenty to celebrate from holiday parties to end of year festivities. With each event you attend, you will want to have a small gift on hand for the host as a sign of appreciation and holiday cheer. This year, stay away from the traditional flowers or wine and find unique gifts that will really stand out. Here are three great ideas that party hosts will love receiving.

Custom Coasters

The holidays generally means lots of guests and drinks, which require coasters, particularly when hosting a party. This makes the gift of coasters is a thoughtful way to say thank you for hosting. While you can pick out a set that you think the host or hostess will love, you can also opt to have custom coasters made. A number of websites allow you to upload photos from Facebook or Instagram to have printed on coasters or a beautiful, one of a kind surprise. You can even have the host’s favorite quote or images from his or her favorite movie printed on them. This is a gift that is sure to knock it out of the park.

Willow Tree Figurines

Another great holiday-themed gift for a party host is a figurine from the Willow Tree Collection. These beautiful, hand-painted figurines are designed by Susan Lordi with a special meaning behind each one. For the holiday season, you might choose an angel or nativity scene figurines. You can also find pieces that represent love and friendship, making these beautiful figurines an incredibly meaningful gift. Find a variety of willow tree figures at

Christmas Ornament

Finally, consider picking out a beautiful Christmas tree ornament to give your host or hostess. Find something made by a local artist or supporting a charity near and dear to the host’s heart for extra sentimental value. This is the gift that will keep on giving each year as the recipient pulls it out of storage and hangs it on his or her tree.

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