Just when we need it most, the holidays have arrived! Here are three resources for your gifting needs.
CRYSTAL CLEAR Daytime drinking has no better ally than the spicy bloody mary. Made for the libations-before-noon recipients on your list (we all have them), the St. Regis Bloody Mary Set by Saint-Louis is a grouping of four Tommy highball glasses offered in either clear crystal or in the Prestige edition, which features one glass each in sky blue, red, chartreuse and dark blue. The set also includes 10 recipes from St. Regis properties around the world—from the original from the hotel’s Manhattan location to the newest spin on the cocktail created at the recently opened St. Regis Venice. Joy to the world is right!
LIFESTYLE DOMAIN The new SENA Lifestyle Studio is an online retailer that reflects the lives and loves of its founders, South Florida’s own Brittany Peltz-Buerstedde and Vian Abreu, through and through. Effortlessly chic, the boutique focuses on bringing a certain sense of harmony to retail. Among the highlights offered that make for ideal holiday presents are handmade, reiki-infused sage bundles, homewares including handwoven rugs from India, children’s and baby clothes, toys and accessories, Hunting Season bags and lighters, and all sorts of wellness products to support motherhood, such as SEEDLIFE powder smoothie blends. Clicking for the perfect gift has never felt more peaceful.
GET ON BOARD! As many events have taken a back seat, local catering great Wellington Hospitality Group has shifted its focus to providing good taste at home. The company’s new Cheeseboarder initiative offers a variety of mouthwatering and Instagram-worthy cheese and charcuterie boards to gourmands nationwide. Buyers can choose from premium Curata boards with 32 ounces of meats such as black truffle salami, cheeses like blueberry-vanilla goat and olive oil Asiago, and garnishes including olives, roasted hazelnuts and more. The boards are individually shrink-wrapped and vacuum-sealed to preserve their freshness. After all, just because you’re gathering with fewer people this holiday season doesn’t mean your entertaining has to be less.