Hostess Gifts For Thanksgiving – When You’re The Guest!

When it’s your turn to be the guest. The most important thing you can do as a guest to show your gratitude is to be fully present and take time to enjoy and appreciate the gifts your host(ess) has bestowed on you.  Make note of her/his special touches and send a personal note of thanks after the party.

You can also express your gratitude to your host by selecting a special token of appreciation. Send flowers the day before Thanksgiving. In the midst of preparations for the big day, it’s a treat to receive a beautiful arrangement that says, “We’re excited and grateful to be with you tomorrow.” You can also call ahead to say thank you in advance and that you’ll bring dessert for the kids.  Better yet, have dessert sent directly to the host so they can plate it in advance of guests’ arrival—one less thing to deal with that day.  The Fall Treats from Cheryl and Co.’s  are wonderful and I highly recommend the cookies.

If you’re looking for a meaningful keepsake, consider gifting this special and unique treasure to your host. has a wishbone charms that are reminiscent of Thanksgiving.  These are a unique and special way to give thanks to your hostess!  Or add to the fun of the day by bringing the Thanksgiving Box of Questions from The Box Girls.  It’s lots of laughs and also makes a great hostess gift.

6 Responses to Hostess Gifts For Thanksgiving – When You’re The Guest!

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  3. Cheryl’s cookies were delivered to our office earlier this week and they are DELISH! The iced pumpkins could make a centerpiece themselves and they melt in your mouth! I second your recommendation…not to mention, it’s one less thing to do on Turkey Day;)

  4. I agree if you really want to express your gratitude and appreciation for anyone for that matter sending flower is a awesome idea.

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