Port Moody Holiday Gift Guide
Whether it is for your sister, dad, coworker, or neighbour, holiday shopping is easy and unique in Port Moody. From beautiful stationery to vintage records, there is something for everyone on your Christmas gift list. Here is the Port Moody guide for finding the perfect local gifts.
Tea and Paper Nook @tea_and_paper_nook
29 Newport Drive, Port Moody
When we visited Tea and Paper Nook (formerly Soko Tea House), we instantly fell in love with their beautiful Port Moody prints. It's hard not to spent hours in here looking at the pretty stationery - not to mention their speciality, Tea! The owners are trained tea experts and will help you find the perfect leaves for the tea lover on your list.
Willow and Wallflower @willowandwallflower
2606 St. Johns Street, Port Moody
Willow and Wallflower is full of local, handmade products from more than 50 artisan makers. Every time we visit, we find something special related to Port Moody, like prints of the iconic Ioco-Pleasantside Grocery Store, or funky maps of the Tri-Cities.
Pin Ball Alley @pinballalleyvintage
2608 St. Johns Street, Port Moody
Pin Ball Alley is a collectors paradise with vintage finds and awesome records. You will undoubtedly find something unique and thoughtful for that hard-to-buy-for person on your list.
Village Toy Shop @thevillagetoy
262 Newport Drive, Port Moody
Village Toy Shop is a kid's toy haven that adults can't even seem to leave. The Toyologists here will show you all the fun toys for the kids on your list. They also are stocked with plenty of puzzles to challenge your family over the Holidays.
Silk Art Gallery @silkgallerypomo
2419 Clarke Street, Port Moody
Silk Art Gallery is filled with beauty, and now you can take home some of that beauty with these gorgeous silk scarves - perfect for the fashionista on your list. For the little ones, stop by to pick up "A Cup of Sugar," a heartwarming story about friendship, written by Zoe Royer. See the Sweetheart Bakery Pop-Up-Shoppe on now until Christmas.
We encourage you to shop local this Christmas. Research shows that BC local businesses create more than double the economic impact of their chain competitors. According to LOCO BC, for every $100 spent with a local business, $46 is re-circulated back into our BC economy (vs $18 for multinationals).
It's always more rewarding when you buy from your neighbours!
Happy Holidays, everyone!