6 Playful Gifts for Event Attendees

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Treat attendees and VIPs to unique, thoughtful gifts they will definitely want to take home. Smart Meetings has selected an assortment of items that can make work and travel more enjoyable, and contribute to good health and well-being. Bonus: Everyone will remember your event!

Veiled Appeal

Dress up a plain glass or plastic vessel with a water-resistant, die-cut Paper Vase. Simultaneously delicate and bold thanks to lightweight materials, graphic patterns and curvy shapes, these slip-on sleeves can anchor any bouquet, from sleek to showy. store.moma.org

Joe on the Go

Java junkies, rejoice! Small and lightweight enough to carry in a coat pocket, the Minipresso portable espresso maker lets you satisfy caffeine cravings anytime, anywhere. Because you already carry your own coffee beans, right? store.moma.org

All Ears

Skinnydip London’s Kitty Headphones earmark your feline affection and stand out in a sea of standard-issue earbuds. They’re highly compatible with playlists including Cat Stevens, Def Leppard and The Pussycat Dolls. macys.com

Calming Influence

Keep serenity within arm’s reach with this Amazonite Essential Oil Diffuser Bracelet. Apply essential oil to the porous lava rock beads, which gradually release scent throughout the day. Faceted, multicolored stone beads round out the soothing accessory. uncommongoods.com

Freshly Sliced

Gourmet gummy fruit slices serve up bold grapefruit, orange and watermelon flavors coated in a dusting of sugar. Farmer’s Market Sweets arrive in berry boxes nestled into a handcrafted wooden crate, which may be all the justification necessary to count them toward your daily intake of fruits and veggies. oliveandcocoa.com

Robot Reboot

In the hands of metalsmith Fred Conlon, upcycled scrap metal morphs into a Retro Robot Sculpture. The witty creation made of materials salvaged from the mining town of Magna, Utah, boasts an industrial background deserving of office display space. But if it starts offering advice during late nights, you’ll know it’s time to go home. uncommongoods.com