Updated: November 2022
Want to shop small and support small businesses?
‘Tis the season for giving!
This year, small businesses are struggling more than ever and entrepreneurs and creatives. We can support them while showering our loved ones with the coolest handmade and unique gifts.
Here’s the holiday gift guide from small businesses!
Golde is a BIPOC-owned business, born out of a one-room Brooklyn apartment, that offers a myriad of superfoods, health items, and beauty products! From matcha to latte blends and even superfood face masks; the Original Tumeric Latte Blend is their best seller.Shop Now
Sundays Studio is a wellness-inspired nail-care brand that offers non-toxic goodies that are vegan and cruelty-free. The polishes are long-lasting and have gone through heavy research and development to create gorgeous hues that are better for you and the environment.Shop Now
Wilde House Paper
Looking for a planner or a gorgeous journal? Created in California, Wilde House Paper is a sustainable lifestyle paper goods business. I love that the products are made from 100% recycled paper stocks and they made a commitment to plant one tree with every order.Shop Now
1502 Candle Co.
From soy candles to reed diffusers to fragrance mists, 1502 Candle Co. creates scents that are inspired by nature. The small business has a focus on environmental responsibility and all of the materials are chosen intentionally—favoring those that are recycled, recyclable, and biodegradable.Shop Now
I'm With the Band
Handmade with love in Los Angeles, I’m With the Band headbands are inspired by music, fashion, and all the rock ‘n’ roll of 60’s and 70’s icons. Kailee, the founder, makes many of the pieces out of recycled, deadstock fabric, making them both sustainable and limited edition.Shop Now
Wild and Free Jewelry
Corina makes all her creations out of her home office in Santa Barbara, California. From gorgeous butterfly crowns (perfect for ethereal photoshoots), to super cool vintage-inspired embellished jackets, she’s your gal for all things boho and whimsical.Shop Now
MATE the Label
Based in Los Angeles, MATE the Label creates lovely essentials and comfies with organic fabrics and low-impact dyes. Their goal is to offer women everywhere clean goods to wear that are both gorgeous and sustainable. They are a female-founded company and it’s predominately operated by women.Shop Now
Portrait Coffee is a Black-owned business in Atlanta and their goal is to honor the African origin of coffee. Most of their coffees fall into a medium roast and depending on which beans you pick up, you might find fruit-forward flavors or notes of tangerine, lime, or almond.Shop Now
Snake Bite Co.
Snake Bite Co. invented the world’s first patented forked-church key and bottle opener, proudly dubbed: The Original Snake Bite. Wrapped with leather (so the sharp teeth don’t bite), this makes a gorgeous keychain. 100% sourced and made in the USA.Shop Now
Do you have any favorite small businesses that you’re supporting this year? I’d love to hear about them in the comments below!