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How To Celebrate Galentine’s Day In 2022

Galentine’s Day has become a popular way of celebrating female friendship. Here we share our ideas of things to do on Galentine’s Day this February. 

For many of us, Valentine’s Day is conventionally celebrated on 14th February and is a day dedicated to showing your significant other how much they mean to you. However, in recent years, you may have heard the term ’Galantine’s’ become much more popular. But what does Galentine’s actually mean? 

Galentine’s Day has grown in popularity in recent years and is a day dedicated to female friendships, or ‘the gals’. Galentine’s Day usually takes place on 13th February as a way to celebrate and enjoy the relationships we have with others 

The unofficial holiday began as an alternative to Valentine’s Day for those who aren’t in a relationship. It is becoming more accepted to celebrate both Valentine’s and Galantine’s for those in a relationship. 

So whether you and your friends are single or in a relationship, why not celebrate Galantine’s Day this year and enjoy a day with your besties. Put the ‘gal’ in Galantine’s and drink to your friendship. It’s the perfect holiday for every woman to celebrate, whether in a relationship or not.  

After a crazy couple of years, this February is the perfect opportunity to celebrate your friends, show them how incredible they are and how grateful you are for them. 

Stuck for ideas? There are so many ways to celebrate Galentine’s in style:  

Send flowers

Everyone loves receiving flowers in the mail. Opening the door to a bouquet of your favourite flowers is the most amazing feeling. With an increase in popularity, you can also send ‘letterbox’ flowerswhich come flat packed for posting convenience. Once arrived, just pop them in a vase and they come to life. Cohorted have an exclusive offer with Bloom & Wild, so get £10 OFF and treat someone you love with the code ‘CH38AP’.  

Girls Night In (or out)

Whether you fancy a pamper night with new matching PJs, facemasks and a bottle of wine, or you would prefer to get dressed up and have a dance, spending quality time with your besties is a great way to celebrate Galentine’s this year. Now we know what we were missing during lockdown, let’s make the most of it! 

'spending quality time with your besties is a great way to celebrate Galentine's this year'


Whether it’s about filling up on gorgeous food, instagrammable plates or bottomless cocktails is up to you, but one thing is for sure: brunch with the girls is a classic Galentines activity. Revisit your fave spots or find somewhere new to explore – it doesn’t matter as long as you’re together! 

Gift Swaps

Think Secret Santa, but with a twist. Why not do a Galentine’s gift swap and then unwrap each other’s gifts together? The Cohorted Beauty Box is a great option for this and your lucky Galentine’s will receive a carefully curated selection of luxury beauty and skincare. Make sure to subscribe in January to receive the February box in time for Galentine’s Day! 


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