Originally posted December 2019, updated December 2020

It’s the last weekend before Christmas, and we want to know, are you headed to any Christmas parties or gatherings?  If so, we think we can all agree, those events take a lot of planning and preparation for the one(s) who are making them happen. That’s why it’s important to show your appreciation for the one who brings it all together. But maybe you’re not sure what to bring? So, today we are sharing some simple holiday hostess gift ideas that will help you express your gratitude for your favorite #hostesswiththemostest this season.

brunette woman holding hostess gift green christmas tree candle and black and white kitchen towel


balsam fir candle in amber jar sitting next to sugar cookie printed kitchen towel on wood cutting board

Keep it simple with a festive candle and kitchen towel your host can use right away. Wrap them together with a simple ribbon or piece of baker’s twine, and you’re good to go!


Wine bottle wrapped with holiday dinner napkin in front of christmas tree

Go traditional with a bottle of wine (or two) and dress it up with a holiday dinner napkin and silk floral. It’s a party favorite that will help your hostess stock the bar.


hostess gift set with dish soap dish scrubber brush holiday kitchen towels and candles

Step it up a notch with a hostess gift set that will make cleaning the mess a little more fun. Combine a holiday dish soap, scrubber brush and dish towel(s) and display them in an open gift box tied with ribbon. So fun to give, and so fun to receive!

Do you have any simple holiday hostess gift ideas you’d love to share? If so, please share in the comments below. Happy hostess gifting!

Need more gift ideas? Be sure to search Orlando Mom Collective.

Need more hosting tips and tricks? Be sure to check out The Busy Bee.

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Shannon & Jenna
Shannon & Jenna are two sisters, mothers and best friends living out their childhood dreams. They are one part Type A, one part Type B, joining forces to live a life with purpose while intentionally cultivating creative opportunities and meaningful connections. Shannon & Jenna share a passion for hosting and entertaining, just like their grandmothers, and created The Busy Bee, a resource for simplifying hosting #OneHostfulHack at a time, while working and raising little ones from home. They are on a mission to inspire the hostful at heart as well as fellow mompreneurs by sharing simple ways to spend more time with loved ones.


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