With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, harnessing my inner Leslie Knope and taking a turn out with the girls is always fun. Whether it’s brunch, drinks or an evening out on the town – celebrating the love of friends is always a great idea! Here are a few favorite supplies and looks for getting the Galentine’s party ready to host.
This ruffled off-the-shoulder top can be matched with a pair of black jeans and a cute pair of heels to create a festive Galentine’s Day outfit!
I am loving roses this Valentine’s, so here is a rose travel tumbler to quench your thirst in style.
Kate Spade has the CUTEST line of purses and this Be Mine Heart Satchel has made my heart skip a beat!
These heart ice cube molds are a great addition to your Galentine’s party– It’s all in the details! ;)
OMG! These Steve Madden booties have roses on them and they are the perfect accessory for the night. All of the girls will be in love!
Does your your home need a little more spirit for Galentine’s? If so, this “Happy Galentine’s Day” banner will do the trick.
This red party dress from Nordstrom is BEAUTIFUL! For the fancier Galentine’s celebration, you will be the star!
For the wine lovers, these Galentine stemless glasses can be used as a party favor to always remember the fun evening!
If you plan to make dessert yourself, this heart bundt cake pan will help you to make it festive. And the little spatulas are super cute too! :)
Another option for a party favor is this mini heart flask! It holds just enough and it is totally purse sized!
These scented floral soap petals can be placed in any room to keep it smelling wonderful and looking just as festive!
Dance the night away in this pink party dress. LOVE!!
This red clutch is a great way to accessorize your outfit for the evening, and you can even dress it up or down. :)
And when you just cannot think of the perfect decoration for Galentine’s, always go with balloons! This “love” balloon is super cute and an awesome decoration!
And the since easiest decoration for any party is paper of course!
Create your own vases like Viktor did with pretty pastel shades by gluing 2 pieces of cardstock paper together into a hollow circle and placing over vases, cups, or pitchers lying around. Fill with flowers. The look creates a cohesive table display without needing to purchase a bunch of matching glass. Which leaves more money for the fun things like ruffled tops and pink sequin pillows!
(Photography ©Viktor Solomin/Stocksy United).