Celebrate your best #girlboss besties without breaking the bank.
In the greater history of Hallmark holidays, Galentine’s Day is a fairly new phenomenon. It is a spin off of Valentine’s Day, traditionally observed on February 13th, where women celebrate friendship and female power with their best girlfriends. This much needed day of lady love was popularized by a 2010 Parks and Recreation episode, in which Leslie Knope (played by Amy Poehler) acknowledges the need to have a dedicated moment to cherishing her closest friends over brunch, while leaving the guys behind. Since then, the day before Valentine’s day has been widely reserved for spending precious time with gal pals—honoring fellowship and enjoying bottomless mimosas (ideally). And being that the best Galentine’s Day celebrations are centered around food—be it brunch, dinner, or snacks and wine—it only makes sense to gift your girlfriends a super cute, food-related gift as a token of appreciation for their unconditional support and friendship.
Ban.do Water Bottle, Amazon, $14
In the colder months, it’s still crucial to stay well hydrated, in order to keep your skin from drying out. This cute, clever water bottle will inspire your ladies to do just that. It also provides a positive reminder that any day is a good day for pizza.
Ban.do Tumbler, Amazon, Amazon, $14
Help your ladies fuel productivity by gifting this darling tumbler for their morning tea or coffee. The powder blue colored tumbler holds 20 ounces of hot or cold liquid, and is double insulated to keep your beverage at the ideal temperature for sipping.
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Noodle Bowl and Chopsticks Set, Urban Outfitters, $11
This totally adorable bowl is perfect for a night of ramen noodles and a favorite Netflix show. The bowl sports slots on each side were the chopsticks can rest seamlessly across the bowl. Not to mention, the adorable patterns on the bowl may just make it your friends’ new favorite dish for daily dining.
Happy Snacks Coloring Cookbook, Amazon, $9.95
I think we could all benefit from some mind-clearing coloring, right? Well, coloring favorite food items makes it about 10 times more therapeutic/fun.
Mouse-Shaped Cheese Board, Target, $18
Cheese and crackers are the go-to snacks for a relaxed night in with the girls. Serve them on this charming bamboo mouse-shaped cheese board, adorned with grey details for the ears and nose. If you are feeling especially festive, create a dynamic snack dinner to munch on through the whole night.
Eres Measuring Spoons, Anthropologie, $18
For your friend who is an every-once-in-a-while baker, these watercolor painted stoneware measuring spoons are the cutest functional gift to give. You could even go the extra mile and pair the spoons with a favorite baking cookbook to encourage/inspire her next kitchen project.
Dining In Cookbook, Amazon, $18
Alison Roman’s Dining In: Highly Cookable Recipes is filled with fun, easy-to-follow recipes and the stunning overexposed-style food photography that has become something of a signature for Roman (and serious drool-worthy inspiration for the rest of us). Gifting this cookbook would also provide a great excuse to pick a handful of recipes from the book and have a themed dinner party with the girls.
Pizza and Avocado Socks, 2-pack, ASOS, $8
You can never have too many pairs of socks, especially when when the dryer eats half of your collection leaving you with a bunch of mismatched pairings. These socks are decorated with everyone's favorite food obsessions—pizza and avocados. They are an easy, trendy gift that your girls will definitely appreciate for a cozy night in.