Holiday Hostess Gifts Under $25

Happy hump day, friends! I bet a lot of you are cooking and prepping today, so I won’t waste your time with a lot of banter. Today I’ve rounded up hostess gift ideas that are all under $25.

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Hostess Gifts Under $25

Some of these are only under $25 during the Black Friday weekend sales, meaning there are some really good deals in here. That also means you shouldn’t wait to place your order if you want the best price.

#1. Very Merry Cocktails (30% off) // This book of holiday cocktail recipes is as fun to look at as it is useful. If cocktails aren’t their thing, there’s also one for Small Plates.

#2. Double Wine Bag // This natural linen/cotton double wine bag is perfect for those who enjoy a good BYO.

#3. Silicone Straws // Reusable straws are gaining popularity, and this set is great for travel.

#4. Solo Cup Stand and Marker Set // Love this for casual parties. Allow people to mark their solo cups in this clever little cup stand and marker set.

#5. Bombas Fair Isle Socks // Bombas socks are some of the best, and I love this fair isle pattern, so festive!

#6. Exfoliating Sugar Cube Gift Set // Love the packaging on these giftable exfoliating sugar cubes — would also make a great stocking stuffer. They’re formulated with a blend of sugar, aloe, and shea butter to gently buff away dry patches while nourishing your skin.

#7. 16 oz. Stainless Steel Drink Chiller // This insulated stainless steel drink chiller keeps a drink crisp and cold for up to six hours –perfect for picnics and outdoor entertaining.

#8. Modern Sprout Tumbler Mint Grow Kit // Designed with urban spaces in mind, this chic planter is fitted with all the tools you need to grow your own organic mint plant. Not a mint fan? They have a basil option too.

#9. Felted Dishcloths Set // Because who can’t use fresh dishcloths? Loving how they come in this clever felted storage bag.

#10. Cookie House Mug Buddies // Such a cute holiday-themed gift, mini gingerbread houses to make their drink a bit sweeter and a whole lot more adorable. These are hand-made in Maine.

#11. LaNeige Lip Sleeping Mask // I don’t usually think about beauty gifts for housewarming or hostess gifts, but this lip sleeping mask is so good. Trust me, she will love it.

#12. 12 oz. Brumate Slim Can Cooler // Another option for a drink cooler, this one is designed to fit a 12-ounce can to keep your beer or soda icy cold and carbonated.

#13. Colorblock Monogram Coaster // Monogrammed coasters are always a classy gift.

#14. Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea // An elegant gift for the tea lover, this hot cinnamon spice is a blend of black teas, three types of cinnamon, orange peel, and sweet cloves.

#15. Baking for the Holidays Cookbook // A charming holiday baking cookbook with delicious recipes and cozy winter photography.

#16. SUGAR Fresh Color & Care Hydrating Lip Set // Another good option for lip balm, this limited-edition set features three travel-size lip favorites including the best-selling Sugar Lip Treatment Advanced Therapy.

#17. Holiday Tea for One // So clever! A holiday-themed teapot, lid, and teacup that stack atop of each other.

#18. Boulangerie Jar Candle // A Minnesota-based fragrance label known for luxuriously scented, clean-burning candles crafted by hand from all-natural, food-grade ingredients like coconut wax and essential oils.

#19. UGG Socks // Cozy socks are always a good idea.

#20. Lenox Balsam Lane Ceramic Cheeseboard // Decorated in a wintry balsam tree motif, this cheeseboard is perfect for serving up meats, cheeses, and crackers for appetizers.

#21. Wine Glass Charms Markers // Choose a beach, travel, or wine theme for these metal wine glass charms that come in a handy giftable box.

#22. Classic Blush Set of 3 Loose Leaf Teas // Another pretty gift idea for the tea lover in your life.

I’ve gotten a little off the rails with my schedule, posting gift guides on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I’m still rolling them out periodically as I get new ideas. I’m working on one for stocking stuffers, and let me know if you have any others you’d like to see.

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11 Responses

  1. Thank you Jo-Lynne. Great post. You are always so committed to your readers and we all appreciate you. Happy Thanksgiving. I should be in the kitchen today prepping, but my husband started feeling sick Monday and got tested yesterday for Covid and we are waiting for results this morning. I’m so disappointed. I haven’t seen my kids and grandkids for awhile and I’m all ready for Thanksgiving and it looks like it will be off. The kids and grands have all been sick on and off for a month now and none of them really want to be around my husband, even if its just a cold virus. We need to make a decision soon, as I need to know if I need to get prepping. Hope you have a wonderful holiday with your family. I’m sure you love having Caroline home. I can smell her cinnamon rolls now. LOL

      1. Really? I guess I didn’t think of home test being out. Thanks. My husbands results came back positive for covid. 😩My Thanksgiving is off. I had a good cry for sure. I drove to testing site to test. Probably won’t get my results until Friday with holiday. I pray his case is mild. So far it is. I have lots of food for just us two now and he doesn’t feel like eating and I’m allergic to Turkey. Lol. I have to laugh or I’d cry again. Lol. Sure going to miss seeing my kids and grands. They have decided to meet together at my younger daughters. Happy they still can be together. Have a good day tomorrow and thanks for reply.

  2. This is my favorite gift guide so far!! I am ordering half if not more of the items you’re sharing here. Thank you!! You’ve rounded up some perfectly unique, usable, fun, and festive gift ideas. (Especially helpful for hostess gifts and for work colleagues!) 🥰 Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃

  3. Thank you for more great ideas! Your gift guides have been so helpful this year. You’ve offered some really different ideas (from other bloggers) and lots of reasonably priced smaller gifts that are still special and unique. Thanks so much!

  4. Seems like a “draw a blank” trying to come up with little gift ideas. Thanks so much for your gift giving posts, have already picked up ideas from your posts over the past several days. Helps a lot! Thanks for taking the time!

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