5 Hostess Gifts to Keep on Hand All Summer Long

Leave your host feeling extra appreciated with these fun finds.

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Ruza Right Now Party Pack

This fully stocked gift set let's you take a little pressure off the host and bring the party with you. We're talking a portable cooler complete with speakers and 12 cans of Ruza rosé — that's the equivalent of four bottles of wine! Now that's what we call a winning gift.

$115; winc.com

Gold Pineapple Candle

Pineapples are still holding strong as one of summer's favorite fruits, but did you know they're also a symbol of hospitality? This gilded candle is a great way to show your appreciation for your hostess's hard work, and add a little extra flair to her home.

$12.99; T.J.Maxx Stores

Donut Tea Lights

Light up the night with these adorably kitschy tea lights. They're guaranteed to put a smile on just about anyone's face, and can be used as party decor or saved for later. The best part? They're perfect for shoppers on a budget.

$14 for six; sunnylife.com

Rainbow Coupe Glasses

Special occassion glasses are something few people buy themselves, but just about everyone covets. Do your host a favor and bring along this set of coupes with a glamorous rainbow finish. They'll be tasting the rainbow in no time.

$39; urbanoutfitters.com

Sand-Proof Beach Towel

Yep, you read that correctly, these towels actually let you leave the sand at the beach. They're also extra absorbent, quick-drying and decidedly stylish. Pick one up and gift your hostess extra peace of mind on her next beach trip.

$59; tesalate.com

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