Galetine’s Brunch Party

glass and table setting

It’s almost Galentine’s Day! Don’t know what that is? “Oh it’s only the best day of the year. Every February 13th, my lady friends and I leave our husbands and our boyfriends at home, and we just come and kick it, breakfast-style. Ladies celebrating ladies. It’s like Lilith Fair, minus the angst. Plus frittatas.” Whelp, Leslie Knope does know best.

It’s absolutely one of my favorite days of the year and I love to be able to celebrate Leslie Knope style with waffles, roses, and all things pink. I just love to see womxn celebrating womxn. It is so important, especially in our society, to support each other and not tear each other down. So, celebrate each other and let me know below what you do to celebrate!

This year my gal pals and I weren’t all free to hang out at the same time, so we’ve done a virtual party for Galentine’s Day! This is a dreamy and delicious brunch filled with lots of deliciousness. I’ve set up the perfectly pink tablescape for you and the ladies, some DIY place cards (body scrub), a chocolate waffle bar, rose tea cakes, pink champagne and a fruit platter! For my gal’s recipes you better go and check out their sites below.

Table of Contents

glass and drink

Some Fun Recipes for Galentine’s Day

Chocolate Raspberry Mousse- Delish Knowledge

Blood Orange Galette: My Lavender Blues

Chocolate Granola: Urban Apron

Chocolate Waffle Bar: Feed Me with Amanda

Rose Cakes: Feed Me with Amanda

Decor and DIY place cards/body scrub: Feed Me with Amanda

How to Set a Valentine’s Day Table

  1. Gather small bud vases and fill them with water and spray roses, pink, red, and/or white.
  2. Gather the bud vases at the center of the table or line along the center of the table.
  3. Set out plates, napkins, linens, and silverware.
  4. Add pretty glassware that keeps on theme. Wait to fill them until brunch gets started.
  5. Above each place setting, or slightly to the left add the place card favors.
  6. Line the table with food!
  7. Enjoy!
roses and DIY

FAQs about a Galentine’s Day Brunch

What is a good color scheme for Galentine’s Day party?

Of course the obvious (but still great) choice, would be red and pink. Try adding in some white, gold, some yellows or even oranges to mix things up.

What foods to serve at brunch?

Waffles or pancakes are a fun option for a “bar” or board. Always be sure to have a fruit platter. Baked goods like muffins, tea cakes, scones that can hold up for hours. Other fun additions are sparkly, fun drinks.

Other Recipes to Try

party set-up with waffle bar