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About Us

At High Note Gifts, we curate corporate, event, and personal gifts that are both beautiful and practical while ensuring the process of finding the perfect gift is effortless for you.

In 2014, I started High Note Gifts after a personal hobby took off to be more popular than I ever imagined.  My husband and I met shortly after college here in Nashville and we spent many of our weekends frequenting farmer’s markets, craft shows, and other festivals.  We fell in love with the way the city of Nashville was growing and found ourselves so proud of how many amazing things were being made by small makers in our own town.

When my husband’s corporate office asked him for ideas they could use as client thank you gifts, I dreamed up a “Made in Nashville” gift basket that they soon had me assemble for their top 50 clients. 

Meanwhile, I had discovered that gifts were my love language.  Meaningful, personalized, and pretty gifts were so much fun for me to give and I told myself that if I could create my dream job, it would involve concierge gift planning.

Soon thereafter, High Note Gifts was born out of my vision to create meaningful gifts that supported local makers and small businesses while focusing on quality and presentation.  Since that time, our small company has continued to grow and expand our offerings with each year. 

My vision for High Note Gifts is that we are able to offer gifts that are perfect for any occasion. Our gifts are value-driven, beautifully presented, and practical.  I want our gifts to be enjoyed and appreciated when they’re received, so we work hard to curate items that we know are useful, fun, delicious, and unique. 

I hope you have a chance to give or receive one of our gifts and it brings a high note to your day. We value every customer, maker, and partner that has helped us succeed in building this business and are filled with gratitude for the journey this has taken us on.  We are continually looking for ways to serve you better and are excited for what is still to come.

Sarah Pounders