Anne is married to one of my closest friend’s brother Andy. She is one of the best hostesses I have ever encountered in this life. I remember the first time I met Anne, Claire and I had beat her to her apartment before she was off work. She came in late- but still offered us a seat- raced to the kitchen and emerged seconds later with bellinis and fresh fruit. (she is magical). So I begged for her to write for the blog, and she agreed and sent in this beautiful gift buying guide. So thank you again Anne, and look for more posts from Anne soon 🙂
nice to gather up a short gift guide. Some I’ve given to my mother, others are
things I’ve been contemplating and some are just plain lovely – anyone would be
happy to receive them.
strapped for cash or for those who prefer something sentimental over monetary.
One year I found a vintage glass jar and wrote down 10 memories on pretty paper
and folded them in the jar. My brother also participated. It was a huge success
and my dad ended up wanting some too – so we followed suit for Father’s Day. We
sometimes add memories just for fun.
The Kate Spade “Mom
Always Said Idiom Bangle” which is both beautiful and sweet.
movie, pedicures, a cooking class – spending time with someone is always
special, just make sure you follow through.
Rosé Champagne and a night in together or a shared
phone call over a glass if you are not in the same town.
patterns & Crane
for blank) and a Personalized
Style Icon” which is a very sweet collection of stylish mothers from past
family or a few of her friends complete with paper invites, cloth napkins and a
signature cocktail. This is a nice menu
with beautiful photos for inspiration and here are the recipes
if you’d like to follow it verbatim.
Rose for her garden.