Post # 1
Several people are throwing me showers, and my mom doesn’t know whether we should get those people a thank you gift for throwing the showers, or if a thank you card would suffice? I told her I had no clue, does anyone know?
Post # 3
I think a note would be fine, but a gift would be very nice.
Post # 4
I would do a note and a bottle of champagne or a potted plant/flower or something little as a token of thanks.
Post # 5
I think a small hostess gift is appropriate.
Post # 6
A agree with Girlwitharing.. a nice hostess gift, something personalized would be extra special too!
Post # 7
i think it depends who’s throwing the shower. my bridal party and parents are throwing my shower, and we’re getting them a very generous gift for the wedding already. but if it was someone else, i think a small gift would be nice.
Post # 8
I don’t know that there’s any right or wrong answer here. I wouldn’t do too much though, they are doing this as a gift to you and you wouldn’t want to defeat the purpose. I think if it were me, I’d get a card and a little gift, like a candle or something like that. It can’t hurt right?
Post # 9
A card would be nice. But I think a gift is nicer but not expected. We had a tiki shower for me, and I got all my bridesmaids and Maid/Matron of Honor personalized beer Koozies, even my parents. They loved them. It said their name on the front and what they were in my wedding. Good luck!
Post # 10
I bought pretty vases for all the people who hosted my showers from Crate & Barrell. They were on sale for $7 each! They also bought me gifts for the shower, so I sent them thank you notes for the gifts and mentioned how much all of their time and effort meant to me.
Post # 11
I agree with other posters that a hostess gift is appropriate. And of course send them a thank you not after too.
Post # 12
I think you should get a nice hostess gift (even if it’s something ‘easy’ like a box of chocolates or a bottle of wine). Something small you know the party throwing the shower would enjoy! The gesture will go a long way!
Post # 13
Thank you card for sure but a hostess gift would also be nice.