The Feedfeed's Holiday Entertaining Essentials

Find out what's on this power couple's party wish list

1Lazy Point Oyster Bottle Opener

Although the feedfeed has grown to more than a million users, Dan and Julie Resnick still remember the early days. "This product has a special story for us," they say. "Cast in bronze from an oyster Dan snorkeled for, it's our first product made in collaboration with one of our favorite artisans, Marcia of @8knotstowels ($68)."

3Jono Pandolfi Ceramics

Handmade products (prices vary) from ceramics wizard Jono Pandolfi also make their list. The earthy pieces "make us feel like we're coddling our guests a bit when we have a dinner party."

2Party in a Box

These boxes ($49 and up) from @littlemissparty are everything for last-minute planners. "The name says it all," they explain. Perfect for "people who like to be prepared with a custom assortment of decorations for the specific party they're throwing."

4Not Without Salt Chocolate Cookie Mix

Nothing says the holiday season like the perfect cookies, whether you're baking them for Santa or for yourself. "Ashley [Rodriguez] of Not Without Salt has perfected the cookie as a vessel for holding gooey high-quality chocolate in place," they explain.

5Cocktail Necklaces

This holiday, nothing beats a little cocktail bling. "If you take mixology for your guests seriously, these necklaces ($60 and up) from @xxgastronomista are for you," they say.

6Cheese Grotto Humidor

Dan and Julie understand the importance of quality cheese around the holiday season (as do we), and the uniquely designed @cheesegrotto ($350) can help. "People spend a lot of money for climate-controlled wine storage, when, really, it's your cheese that needs a custom home," they explain. Trust them: You should be giving your cheese the love it deserves this holiday. "You'll enjoy the ritual of storing your special holiday cheese properly," they assure us.

7Gruyère Cheese Caramels

Call Me Caramel, Inc. checks all the boxes with these treats ($10). "These caramels are the perfect combination of sweet and salty you never knew you wanted," they say. "They will be the star of your cheese or dessert board, great as stocking stuffers or as gifts for food lovers."

8Zwilling USA Kitchen Shears

"This could be the most commonly used tool ($60) in our kitchen," they admit. "From gardening to wrapping presents to removing the backbone of a turkey, these shears do it all."

9Lincoln Mayne Coffee Mug

"This is another one with a personal story for us," they say. "They're made by our friend and artist Lincoln Mayne, who handcrafts these 'humble cups' ($58) into pieces of art that make every cup of joe transcendent." (For times when caffeine alone just won't cut it.)