Packed Party Mini Holiday Cup

Image: Courtesy Wish

With the holidays on approach—and shopping days dwindling—we decided to turn to the experts for advice on last-minute local gifts. Who better to help us shop than the boutique owners and managers, who curate their stores with one-of-a-kind finds? Check out the 16 suggestions below and pop into Park City’s shops for even more inspiration.

Emily White, Wish Park City

1635 W. Redstone Center Dr, Suite 125

Image: Courtesy Wish

Packed Party Mini Holiday Cup Set, $42

“These are one of my favorite things we have new this year. They’re holiday light cups that look like the C7 light bulbs we used to have on Christmas trees ... the tops screw off and they have straws in them for your cocktails. They are the cutest things.” 

Sugarfina 3-Piece Bento Box, $30

“Sugarfina is always a great gift, and we are carrying their holiday candy bento boxes ... really beautiful boxes pre-filled with holiday flavors, like candy cane caramel, snowman gummies, sugar cookies, champagne bears, merry berries. You can get them in a pack of three, nine, or 12.”

The First Snow velvet journal, $58

“Velvet is back and it’s hot, and these beautiful monogrammed journals come in really pretty colors. They’re a little pricey so you might not buy it for yourself, but that’s why it’s perfect to buy for someone else.”

Jessica McCleary, Mountain Town Olive Oil Co.

613 Main St

Beverage dispensers created out of rocks

Next Course cooking classes, $50 + $15 with wine tasting

“Our class schedule is available online with the menus and dates—it is a great experience gift.”

Mountain Town olive oil and vinegar gift sets, $13 mini set; $33 full-size set

“Everything is wrapped and ready to be put under the tree!”

Beverage rock dispensers, $140

“These are perfect for the person who has everything.”

Sophy Kohler, The Park City Nursery Gift Boutique

4459 N Hwy 224

Custom wreath, starting at $30

“A wreath makes for beautiful door or wall decor all winter. Design one specifically for a loved one’s taste, or to fit his or her space.” 

Candles, $22 for 4 oz; $44 for 8 oz

“What’s more inviting as we move indoors for winter than a beautifully scented home? We have an amazing selection of all-natural candles.”

Cookbooks, starting at $26

“It’s cooking season! As we start dedicating time and creativity in our kitchens, a cookbook can be a lovely gift—even better if paired with a beautiful tea towel, napkin rings, or another one-of-a-kind accessory found at our garden boutique.”

Docksta Sko House Slippers

Brook Freeman* and Casey Crawford, Park City Mercantile

523 Main St

* Freeman is quoted below.

Park City Mercantile denim apron, $48 

"Screen-printed by our local friends at Acme, our Park City Mercantile denim aprons are a great option to gift some local flair.”

Park City ornaments, moose $12; snowflake $10

"This season's best-sellers are these Park City laser-engraved wood ornaments, handmade locally. They’re the perfect stocking stuffer or a great way to add that special touch to a wrapped package.” 

Docksta Sko House Slippers, $190

“Handmade in Sweden since the 1950s, Docksta Sko House Slipper’s feature wool and leather details with a cork bottom and a focus on sustainability and quality craftsmanship. Styles and sizing are available for both men and women.” 

Vallbara Design bag

Whitney White Kozlowski*, Lindsay Cunningham, Michelle Dufford; The Beautique at Beau Collective 

(Note: New location at Alpine Distilling, 7132 Silver Creek Rd)

* Kozlowski is quoted below.

Vaalbara Design bags, $90
We love Vaalbara because of their story. They are a women/mom-owned company that started at a kitchen table and went global. Vaalbara specializes in unique, vibrant, and environmentally conscious bags handcrafted in the U.S. A portion of every sale goes to the non-profit SurfRider Foundation, dedicated to keeping our beaches and oceans clean.”

Beau Collective gift card, any price
“This gift card can be made for any amount and used for sweating or shopping—and what’s better than that?”

Aviator Nation sweatshirt, $125
“We love the look, feel, and story of AN. Made by hand near the beach, we feel lucky to carry it in the mountains.”

RHONE shorts, $68
“For the guys in your life, we love RHONE activewear. The company’s mission is to inspire one another in the pursuit of progress, we can get behind that! We have tops, bottoms, and layers for all of his sweatiest pursuits.”

For more shop-local ideas, check out the latest regarding the PC Native Campaign in our print magazine's Covet department.

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