What We’re Loving: The Weekly Roundup

It’s not even December yet and we’re holiday crazed

We’ve been talking about ornaments and gingerbread houses and creating gift guides all week, so it should come as no surprise that everything we have loved in the past few days would make a fantastic gift under your tree this Christmas. 

As you start to cross off your lists and wrap presents, we will continue to bring you our favorites, from what you can put on the table to what you can eat to servingware. 

So what happened this week? There were tons of amazing products, but none cuter than a pair of baby booties.
 

Zara Home’s Eddy Dinnerware

This golden dinnerware set that is sure to make a statement, no matter how big or small the space or the dinner party.

 

 

 

 

Charles Fradin’s Illustrated Recipe Boxes 

Create an organizational system with these vivid tabs that are 100 percent cotton stock and letter pressed with illustrations by Fradin himself. Branded as a favorite of Oprah’s this holiday season, we know it will be a definite hit for every home.

 

 

 

Joss & Main’s Limited-Edition Celebrity Holiday Trays

With Joss & Main’s limited-edition celebrity-designed holiday trays, you can decide on a bold print created by Zoe Saldana, Orlando Bloom, Courteney Cox, or Bridget Moynahan — pick one that will coincide with your décor and other serving ware and you’re set!  

 

 

Initials, Inc. Triple Play Carry-All

We have found the ideal gift for you and your dinner-party-loving pals. Initials, Inc., the monogram brand that personalizes every gift you can think of, has the answer to your party woes — the Triple Play. 

 

 

 

Uncommon Goods’ Fortune Cookie Baby Booties

Now, we've found the ideal stocking stuffer for food lovers with new babies in their lives: these adorable, hilarious, miniature fortune cookie booties from Uncommon Goods. They're just too cute.

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