Question: What To Bring When You’re Told Not To Bring A Thing?

What to bring when you’re told not to bring a thing

  • Chocolate-covered strawberries. These are the perfect treat to bring along to a brunch gathering as they’re light, fruity and a bit of an indulgent sign-off without being heavy like rich cake.
  • Olive oil.
  • Hand wash or lotion.
  • Rocky Boulevard.
  • Home-made granola and coffee.

What can I bring to a party besides food?

You don’t have to match the price of the gift to the bill, but consider bringing something you might bring to a home dinner party.

Dinner Party

  1. Bouquet of flowers in a vase.
  2. Boxed candies.
  3. Potted plant.
  4. Bottles of wine.
  5. Tin of cookies.
  6. Decorator candles.
  7. Guest soaps.
  8. Flavored vinegars.

When should you not bring a hostess gift?

3. Don’t unwrap the gift. Unlike most other gifts, hostess gifts are NOT opened in front of the giver, so that people who didn’t know to bring a gift don’t feel awkward. The hostess should set the gift aside in an inconspicuous spot or a different room and open it after the party.

What do you bring to someone’s house for Thanksgiving?

5 Thoughtful Gifts to Bring Your Thanksgiving Dinner Host

  • #1 An appetizer, side dish, or dessert. If you were invited to a potluck, you’ll probably be bringing one of these things anyway.
  • #2 Wine, whiskey, champagne, cider, or [insert your favorite drink].
  • #3 Flowers or centerpieces.
  • #4 An edible treat for the next morning.
  • #5 A small gift for the avid cook.