Thanksgiving may look and feel different during the pandemic, but showing thanks for the host or hostess never goes out of style.
While the Center for Disease Control and Prevention warned against large indoor gatherings with those outside your immediate household to prevent the spread of COVID-19, there are still ways to say thanks and send Thanksgiving cheer to your family or friends from afar.
Whether you're hosting a small group safely for a socially distant gathering or arranging a virtual call to connect, these thoughtful gifts are a more personal way to say thank you.
From small items that could be sent before turkey day to help them set their table or spruce up the holiday decor, to functional and stylish items that are great as a group gift, here are some ideas to shop for the host with the most that will stay with them long after the leftovers have disappeared.
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The Book on Pie
Price: $25.49 • From: Target
What better way to keep the party going than with dozens of delicious pie recipes from award-winning food stylist, recipe developer and baking expert Erin Jeanne McDowell. Pre-order the highly anticipated cookbook that will arrive in time for Thanksgiving!
Fall Flower Bouquet Delivery
Price: $49 • From: The Bouqs Co.
Sending a fresh flower bouquet is a great way to send a special something to the person who organizes a virtual Thanksgiving celebration this year. Plus, there's various sizes, stems and vases available to create a custom piece at an array of price points.