The celebrations never end in December! There’s Christmas, Boxing Day, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year’s Eve and even national days to honor socks, cocoa and sangria. Whether your loved ones honor a traditional holiday, prefer their Festivus pole or choose not to celebrate, they’ll appreciate these thoughtful yet neutral gifts for every holiday in December.
Send them a seasonal bouquet for an elegant and thoughtful gift. With brilliant white roses and light blue hydrangea, a Silver Snow Bouquet is a winter wonderland in a gorgeous silver vase. Neutral for any holiday without sacrificing festive cheer, the Peace & Joy Bouquet is a dazzling winter gift. The Winter Wilds Centerpiece adds a touch of seasonal greenery to their home, and the Winter Glow Bouquet is a dramatic, enchanting arrangement. Choose your bouquet, and order today! If you can’t decide, go for our Deal of the Day. Simply choose your price range and a local florist will design a custom bouquet with seasonal florals.
Cold Weather Comforts
When in doubt, go for warmth! Scarves, gloves, wool hats, ear muffs, funky socks and fuzzy slippers are great gender-neutral gifts for the winter season. For soothing comfort at home, give them candles, incense sets, gourmet hot chocolate collections, heated pillows or a cozy blanket. For cold weather self-care, hand and body lotion sets, organic lip balm and bath bombs make great gifts.
Cheers to the Season
A bottle of bubbly is a classic holiday gift. If they don’t like champagne, a bottle of their favorite vino is always appreciated. Other options are cocktail sets, champagne flutes, wine and beer glasses, bottle openers, trendy coasters and other specialty drink accessories. Those who enjoy a libation might also appreciate a book filled with cocktail recipes, craft beer secrets or the history of wine. If they don’t drink alcohol, organic tea and coffee sets or mugs are good options, too!
Gifts that Keep Giving
In the spirit of the giving season, donate to a charity on their behalf. If you know them well, choose a charity that is especially meaningful to them. For your friends who celebrate Hanukkah, consider donating money to plant a tree in Israel in their name. Alternatively, choose a t-shirt, candle, beauty product or other gift from a company that donates the proceeds to a good cause. Head to fair trade gift shops for beautiful crafts, jewelry and houseware gifts from around the world.
Keep Them in Mind
This seems like a given, but it can be easy to lazily replicate generic gifts when you have various people and endless parties on your list. However, giving a personal gift can be as simple as wrapping it according to the holiday they celebrate. If you know they celebrate Hanukkah, wrap their gift in blue and white and give it to them on one of the eight days of the holiday. If they don’t celebrate, choose neutral wrapping and avoid any gifts with references to other holidays. They’ll appreciate that you went above and beyond to tailor a gift specifically to them.
A considerate gift is the perfect way to show your friends and family you’re thinking of them during this month of endless celebrations. Happy Holidays!