Gifts For Empty Nesters
Gifts for Empty Nesters are not hard to find if you know what to look for. Whether single or married, an empty nester is going through a big change as the children leave home. Some are excited about the new possibilities and others are downright depressed. Gifts that take into account their new household size and new routines will always be appreciated.
For more ideas:
Gifts for Empty Nesters
This post contains affiliate links, which means if you click on a link and make a purchase, I may receive a small commission. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, see the full disclosure in the foot bar.
Empty Nest Gift Box
Is this not the cutest? The Confetti Gift Company on Etsy makes these gift boxes with a funny card, cocktail mug, candle, polka dot matches, 2 yummy cookies, and a small envelope of confetti. It is sure to cheer up a couple who has just dropped their last child off at college.
One of the things that is hardest for a new empty nesting couple to adjust to is cooking for a smaller household. The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook has over 650 recipes and tips for shopping and storing leftovers and ingredients. You can read my complete review of this cookbook at The Best Cooking for Two Cookbook.
A Fun Mug
This Empty Nest mom mug is so fun and would make an excellent gift for a new empty nester. Add a book or gift card, wrap in cellophane with a fluffy bow and you have a perfect gift.
Adults and Crafts Gift Box
Does she (or he) like to craft? Adults and Crafts is a gift box with all of the tools and supplies to complete a craft. A new craft is featured each month. You can give one month or a subscription.
My Garden Box
Send a My Garden Box. It contains everything you need to build relaxing, rewarding, and enriching garden projects, including live plants (variety of indoor and outdoor plants). With visually illustrated instructions, simple garden care tips, and properly portioned ingredients, assembly is fun & easy!
Finding gifts for empty nesters is not that hard. They are beginning a new stage in life and there are a million possibilites for their new normal. Treat them to a night out or to anything that will help them adjust.