Pair these gilded glasses with the hostess's favorite bottle of vino.
For more than 20 years, we’ve showcased stunning country scenes in our magazine, coupled with inspirational quotes. And now, you can take the tradition one step further and turn the beautiful images of the countryside into actual works of art.
For those who haven't gotten on the Instant Pot trend: This version—designed by Ree Drummond herself!—doubles as a handy cooking device and super cute kitchen decor.
If you gift this pretty spatula, you might just get a delicious dessert as a sweet thank you!
When your coasters are this gorgeous, guests won't need to be reminded to actually use them!
This shiny table runner will seamlessly transition from the holidays to the new year.
You'll instantly become the host's favorite friend when you gift them with their very own cheesemaking kit.
If the hostess loves to bake, they won't be able to wait to use this pretty and pink dessert stand.
An easy-breezy hostess gift strategy: Fill this earthenware vase with the recipient's favorite blooms.
With more than 200 ideas for decorating, crafts, and recipes, our holiday book will be the best guide to help the hostess plan their next gathering.
Salami infused with whiskey sounds so delicious, the hosts may serve it immediately.
You simply can't go wrong with a sweet-smelling candle. This one is so gorgeous, it doubles as decor.
They can hang this beautiful wreath right when they get it and leave it up all year long.
Tour the most incredible tiny homes in our book that features houses from all over the country.
The hostess will be so grateful for this fuzzy gift. After all the guests leave, she can slip into this super comfy robe.
This adorable tray—from Reese Witherspoon's line, Draper James—can display all your bits and baubles.
Bakers will love getting their hands on one of these stunning tools.
These hand-painted postcards make for gorgeous correspondence or elegant decor.
Your favorite home cook will feel like a world-renowned chef with freshly grated Himalayan pink sea salt.
A long evening of hosting calls for a big cup of coffee in the morning. They'll savor every sip in this pastel mug.
Sorry! These cakes actually aren't edible—but they'll make your next bubble bath oh-so-indulgent.
Pair this festive platter with a box of homemade Christmas candy for the sweetest gift.
Or, skip making your own candy and go for a tin of chocolate and peppermint perfection.
Customize this thoughtful gift with your host's current address or hometown zip code.
Every southern belle needs this tea towel in their kitchen.
Bring something they can throw on to get everyone in the Christmas spirit, like Reba's Christmas album.
The entire house can smell like a fresh Christmas tree with this candle.
With an olive oil dispenser this gorgeous, it doesn't need to be put back in the cupboard.
A subtle table runner that's suitable for the holidays but can be displayed all winter long is a great gift idea.
Tie one on! This bright apron will look so cute in the kitchen.