2017 LDV Gift Guide: For the Hostess

One of the most wonderful things about the holidays is spending time with friends and family. With invitations for holiday cocktail parties, cookie exchanges, and overnight stays surely coming your way, you may be wondering what to get for your host. Whether you are spending a weekend at a friend’s home or attending a holiday party, I’ve pulled together the first of this year’s holiday gift guides with thoughtful and stylish hostess gifts for just about any occasion.

{1. AERIN Sphere Matchstriker | 2. Diptyque Votive Set | 3. Nest Classic Holiday Candle | 4. Gilded Bamboo Gallery Frame | 5. Gold Woven Cachepot— Perfect for dressing up an orchid from the grocery store! | 6. Set of 4 Topiary Cocktail Napkins | 7. Peter Dunham Fig Leaf Stocking | 8. Small Belle Rives Scalloped Tray (also available in other colors) 9. Tory Burch Lettuceware Tureen | 10. Set of 4 Navy Scallop Napkins |11. Set of 4 Pagoda Placemats | 12. Set of 6 Mini Ginger Jar Ornaments | 13. Set of 4 Marbled Dessert Plates | 14. Set of 3 Graphic Wine Totes | 15. Tube Glass Pitcher (available in other colors) | 16. Cherry Bombe: The Cookbook | 17. AERIN Tortoise Ice Bucket with Tongs | 18. A Place to Call Home by Gil Schafer | 19. Ralph Lauren Wyatt Cheeseboard with Saddle Leather Accents | 20. Bamboo Barware Set}

 

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