Best Hostess Gift Ideas for Home & Kitchen

You have been invited to a party, and you are wondering what to gift to give to the hostess that she would love without you have to break the bank.

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I know you are thinking of giving the hostess a bottle of wine. But don't you think that wine is too old-fashioned? There are other gifts you can give to the hostess that would be better appreciated than wine. Now you are asking the question: "what other gifts?" in this post, I would give you some gift ideas for a hostess.

Cocktail napkins. Most times the best gifts are just right under our noses. Instead of you buying wines for the hostess, you can buy her cocktail napkins. Cocktail napkins are quite useful for hosting, but they are very tiny that anyone could forget to buy them. Buying cocktail napkins for a hostess is nice. Cocktail napkins will also help the hostess tremendously.

Napkin Set of 6, Tango Red Chambray French Stripe

Not as expensive but as beautiful as linen, this napkin has a nice country and vintage feel. It is easy to clean, washes up nicely and easy to laundry as well. After several use it doesn't wrinkle too badly. It needs ironing, but still looks good if you don't want to iron that.

$16

Vegetable peeler. Vegetable peelers are essential kitchen gadgets that can never be enough. A vegetable peeler with a nice big ribbon on it is a very great hostess gift, especially if the hostess loves to cook. But if the hostess doesn't cook, I wouldn't recommend you buying a vegetable peeler for her as it might strike a wrong impression.

Napkin Set of 6, Tango Red Chambray French Stripe

Messermeister 3-Piece Pro-Touch Peeler Trio Set

Cooks Illustrated rated this the top peeler in their test lab for a reason. It is sharp, works forward and back and fit our hand well because peeler handle is made of a textured plastic, ensures slip-resistant grip.

$15

High-quality store bought pickles. If your hostess loves half sour pickles, then you should endeavor to stop at a deli that has delicious pickles and bring a container of them as a gift to your hostess.

Messermeister 3-Piece Pro-Touch Peeler Trio Set

Wickles Pickles 16 oz (3 PACK)

If your hostess doesn't really into sour pickles, this 70-year old family recipe pickles with perfect combination of sweet and spicy taste may be a good choice. It is suitable for snack, or in sandwiches or salads.

$ 23

Cutting board. Although every hostess would have a cutting board in her kitchen, it is still nice to take it along as a gift for the hostess as they are quite useful. If the hostess doesn't have enough room for a cutting board in her kitchen, it is still so easy for her to re-gift the cutting board.

Wickles Pickles 16 oz (3 PACK)

Hi Mountain Seasonings - Jerky Cutting Board Set

It's a nice pair to help make perfect slices of beef jerky. The board has different thickness in two sides. At first, wood material looks not hard, but actually the knife is quite long to not cut into the edges of the wood.

$49

Flavored beverages. The beverages you can use as a gift depending on the hostess. You can take along a bottle of her favorite beverages. It would be appreciated and loved by the hostess. Flavored beverages is a significant alternative to wine. It is also easy to regift an unopened bottle of flavored beverages to others.

Hi Mountain Seasonings - Jerky Cutting Board Set

Torani Syrup, Raspberry, 25.4 Ounce (Pack of 4)

This syrup has minimal ingredients and sweetened with cane sugar. It has a lot fewer ingredients than the chemistry set in non-dairy flavored creamers, which ordinarily a big concern for women. This beverage goes well with iced coffee, tea, club soda and orange syrup.

$21

Pineapple. In New England, pineapples are symbols of welcoming; this is because pineapples are very exotic and expensive in most areas in the United States. A pineapple would no doubt be well appreciated by the hostess.

A loaf of bread. Make sure that the host is not on a diet, as long as she is cool with eating bread, a great loaf of bread would be warmly welcomed.

Torani Syrup, Raspberry, 25.4 Ounce (Pack of 4)

Gluten Free Bread, 100% Paleo Certified

If your hostess has healthy lifestyle and avoid eating grains this kind of bread will be a perfect option. Some people said it is the best Paleo bread. It is dense but has excellent moist and unlike other Paleo bread, it is not crumbly. Note that this bread contains eggs and nuts.

$11

A bottle of olive oil. Olive oil is useful in the home. So getting a bottle of olive oil as a gift for your host or hostess will be appreciated.

Gluten Free Bread, 100% Paleo Certified

Kirkland Signature Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Organic olive oil is great for salads, sandwiches, sauteeing, marinating or vinaigrettes. It can be used as homemade skincare treatment as well, mixed with salt or sugar for face scrubs or else with crushed fruits as face mask. Undoubtly useful.

$23

Paper hand towel. Although most people don't think paper hand towel counts, getting a paper hand towel for your hostess is a nice way to show that you care. Your hostess could put it in their bathroom for their guests to use.

An empty photo album. Who doesn't love a photo album? A photo album in a classic design, particularly a handmade one will be very useful for your hostess; she would love it.

Kirkland Signature Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

PARAH LIFE Premium 500 Photo Album

This photo album is bonded sewn leather book, suitable to hold memories of wedding, vacations, babies and many unforgettable moments. The pages are well oriented and surely has many rooms for photos.

$30



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