Which Galentine's Day Party Should You Throw?

Which Galentine's Day Party Should You Throw?

This Galentine’s Day, like most holidays, will be different. As a nation we’ve been trying to keep connected while being physically apart and this holiday is no different. As a predominantly woman run company, we love a chance to celebrate our gal gang. To help spur more ideas and keep things festive and fun, we’ve compiled a list of ways you can celebrate with your besties based on your personality in your friend group.  

Find what feels most like you and start celebrating!  

 

If you’re the ultra-organized of the group: Make mini charcuterie boards to be sent to each gal pal with a signature cocktail and some scheduled facetime.  

If you’re the introvert of the group: Facetime movie night. Teleparty offers a service that allows you and your friends to watch together! Whether you’re next to each other or miles apart, you’ll all get to share in the moment together. (The hardest part is agreeing on which movie to watch) 

If you’re the adventurer of the group: Weather permitting, grab a blanket, find a park, spread yourselves out, bring your favorite snacks and drinks, and pack it all up in your favorite R.Riveter bag of course. (May we suggest the Taylor)  

If you’re the extraverted, wild card of the group: Have fun with themes! Wig out together by wearing a fun pastel wig to your get together, opt for monochromatic outfits (it’s fun to see which color everyone chooses so leave it a surprise) or choose a romantic country and go all out with food and drink from that place.  

If you’re the sweet tooth of the group: Sweets swap. Bake your favorite sweet treat and find a time to swap a few to each gal pal. You’ll get to taste test your besties faves and feel close to them by doing so!  

 

Don’t forget to tag us in photos of you and your girl gang celebrating (and of course carrying all your party supplies in your favorite R.Riveter bag) because after all, girls just wanna have fun.  


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