Thanksgiving Host Gifts

Thanksgiving Host Gifts

During the holidays is a perfect time to get together with your friends and family. When receiving an invitation to a Thanksgiving dinner, it is most thoughtful to show your thanks for their hospitality. We have some excellent host gift ideas to share with you.

Goodnight Tea


Tea makes a wonderful gift for your host. Goodnight tea is a pleasant way to wind down after an exhausting, but fun day of hosting a Thanksgiving dinner. Drink this tea 30 to 60 minutes before going to bed to enjoy a restful night's sleep. Triple Moon Alchemy's Goodnight tea is blended with hops, chamomile, lemon balm, valerian, and lavender. If your host is about self care and healing then this tea is something they will need to try. 

Lavender Hand Cream


Lovett's Lavender Hand Cream is a thoughtful way to show some love for your host. After a long day of cooking and hosting, this hand cream leaves your hands supple and smooth. It is a blend of olive oil, coconut oil, and beeswax. It is made from natural, simple, and recognizable ingredients.

Garlic Herb and Black & Gold Seasoning Gift Pack

Likely your host is someone who is always in the kitchen. The Steeltown Garlic & Herb and Black and Gold Blend seasoning gift pack will become a staple in their pantry. Steel City Salt Company seeks out unique salts from around the world and creates tasty seasoning blends. Their seasonings are a favorite among our Dream Team and customers.

Logo Stemless Wine Glass

For wine enthusiasts, sometimes the perfect wine glass is needed to set the mood. This stemless wine glass is a lovely way to say thanks for a wonderful evening. Everyone can use an extra wine glass or two, especially the stemless ones. 

Landmark Tea Towel

On the occasion that your host loves bringing a little bit of Pittsburgh into their home, then the Landmark Tea Towel is an excellent way to do so. The Landmark Tea Towel displays hand-illustrated icons of Pittsburgh by Worker Bird.

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