Explore ten gifts you can only find in the Emerald City in our Gift Guide to Seattle. Give your loved ones experiences, thoughtful gift sets, and PNW-inspired items you can find in your own backyard while supporting the local businesses that make our city thrive. Check out our Gift Guide to Seattle!
A pound of their favorite fudge, $12.95
Seattle Fudge #AsianOwned
Located at the center of Seattle near the space needle, Seattle Fudge has become a mainstay in the city. From their original creamy melt-in-your-mouth chocolate fudge to rocky road to the more unique flavors like the grasshopper, a vanilla fudge with mint and Oreos, this is a gift that will bring the sweetness of Seattle to them.
Convocation Scarf, $79.20
Eighth Generation #NativeOwned
This holiday season keep your loved ones cozy and support “inspired Natives” instead of fake “Native-inspired” businesses. This 100% Merino wool scarf was Designed by David Robert Boxley (Tsimshian) and signifies the importance of connection to family. What better way to tell someone you love them than with this beautiful scarf that will hug them through the winter months.
Mt. Rainier Candle, $25
Adorned Abode #BlackOwned #WomanOwned
Bring the beauty of Mt Rainier to loved ones near and far with this fir-scented candle infused with a mild citrus top note, earthy undercurrents, and a woody, fir balsam core. This is a thoughtful gift for hikers and lovers of the great outdoors.
Elliot Bay Book Company #LGBTQowned #WomanOwned
Treat your favorite bibliophile to Black Imagination. This compilation of Black voices by Seattle poet and artist Natasha Marin radically imagines alternatives and pathways to healing with a sense of humor.
The Keeper $30
Elsom Cellars #WomanOwned
Get the wine connoisseur in your life a Seattle-made, Washington-grown wine they will love while also contributing to local youth sports! Elsom Cellars collaborated with Washington Youth Soccer and Seattle Sounders FC goalkeeper and artist Stefan Frei to create The Keeper. Fifteen dollars of every bottle sold is donated to local youth sports organizations.
Duwamish Tribe Longhouse Store #NativeOwned
Explore the alphabet of through the lens of the Emerald City! This board book shares the celebrated sports, food, music and people of Seattle. It’s perfect for storytime for the little ones.
If you live in the Seattle area, give the gift of a gift certificate to a local business! You can purchase a gift certificate from over 80 participating businesses by visiting our Gift Certificate Marketplace.
For Seattle-area gifts, we recommend buying your loved one a gift card to Flowers Just 4-U where they can pick out a fresh bouquet of flowers and support one of the only Black-owned florists in the region.
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