Shopping local and shopping small… two of my favorite things to do during the holidays! Last week, I joined fores with my friends from Visit Music City and the Music City Marketplace on our local Today in Nashville TV show to share some of my absolute FAVORITES that I selected for this year’s The Curated Stocking blogging collaboration, and today I am here to break down all the goodies and how you can shop for all things NASHVILLE, too!
What I love about the Music City Marketplace is that it’s a one-stop shop for gifting from the best in local makers and brands… for those hard to buy for friends, the guys who swear they don’t need anything, and maybe something sparkly for yourself, you can tackle it all easily and they make gift giving simple and chic.
A few of my absolute favorites include these goodies:
Nashville Then & Now Coffee Table Book | A PERFECT $20 Gift for Music City Lovers
Nisolo Lori Tote in Oak | The Everyday Essential Totebag
Paddywax Urban Concrete Candle in Amber Smoke | Just $26 and it Smells DELISH
Walker Feed Co Blackberry Margarita Mix | Combine with a Highball Glass Set + Tequila & You’ve Got a Great Gift
Handmade Nashville Marble Coaster Set | Just $40 for a Set of Four and Totally Unique
New York to Nashville Reclaimed Fabric Cufflinks | THE Best Guys Gift Around and Just $30
Looking for everything I selected for my stocking?? You can access ALL my picks here! Even better, you can save 10% off your entire order in store OR online with code NATASHA10 [valid through 3/31/2018 so you can use it as many times as you like!] Just be sure to place your online orders by Friday, December 15th to ensure Christmas delivery!!! Or if you’re local, stop by the Music City Marketplace retail store in the bottom of the One Nashville Place building at the corner of 4th Avenue and Commerce Street Monday through Friday during regular business hours OR this Saturday from 10am to 2pm.
Interested in seeing some of my other Nashvillians who participated in this year’s The Curated Stocking??
You can find them below!
All Images via Eloise Photography