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Happy weekend, and welcome to Friday Finds! Today it's all about holiday hostess gifts. It about the time when you may have several seasonal parties and functions to attend, and you should never show up empty-handed. The best hostess gift should be something just for the hostess that he or she can use at a later time, either for entertaining or just for themselves. Just because you may have been assigned a side dish or drinks, you should still being along a special hostess gift.

A hostess gift doesn't need to cost a lot. They can range anywhere from $10-$25, and really should be on average $20. There are so many appropriate options in this price range - anything from a set of tea towels to a cookbook, or something gourmet, or even a little bath and body gift. If you need a hostess gift for a party or dinner this holiday season, you can't go wrong with one of the picks below.


This first one is my favorite, because it's a versatile multi-use item, and it's so chic. …

Pinkitzel Cupcakes and Candy


This is, I believe, my third time to blog about Pinkitzel Tulsa, including our wedding shower. Everytime we go back there, I just can't help taking a ton of pictures. I adore this place from the decor to the sweets and every single gift item for sale. There is so much to see (and taste) there. Ken and I recently went back with our kids.







They've added a few things to the decor since the last time we were there. Behind the counter there is now a big marquee sign that says Pinkitzel, as well as giant macarons dangling from the ceiling.

It is so much more than just a candy shop. You can get cupcakes, truffles, and macarons in so many different flavors. For our wedding shower there, we had strawberry lemonade cupcakes that were so delicious. This time Ken got a salted caramel chocolate cupcake, and I got my favorite Earl Grey macarons. I also like the espresso and raspberry ones.





I also noticed this last time we were there, an insanely yummy looking display cake. I thought it was just that - a display - to go along with all of the other candy-themed decor. Upon editing my photos and taking another look at their website, I found that Pinkitzel has added candy-covered Drip Cakes to the menu. These are available for special order for, as you would guess, a special occasion. 



In addition to the sweets, there are so many fun gift items to look through. And there is a cute cafe area if you want to sit and eat your treats there, with some coffee of course.

There are currently two different locations for Pinkitzel - one in OKC and one downtown Tulsa. If you're near either store, you absolutely have to give it a try the next time you're craving something sweet!

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