Will You Be My Galentine?

By now most of us know the Leslie Knope code: “Hoes before bros. Uteruses before duderuse. Ovaries before brovaries.” If you haven’t heard this before, let us fill you in.

Galentine’s Day was created by everyone’s favorite park director, Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation. It is a day to celebrate your gals and your friendships. In our eyes, it’s the best day of the year! Each year, on February 13th, the day before Valentine’s Day, lady friends leave their spouses at home and spend some quality time with their BFFs.

Galentines Day by definition is to celebrate the love you have for your lady friends

So how can you celebrate? This year, Nest Boutique and DIY Studio is partnering with Hope Chest for Women to bring you everything you need to pregame for your Galentine’s Girls Night Out!

ALL Women are gorgeous!
Nest Style Boutique.

Bring your gals and get your hair braided, get an amazing photo together (we all know there is never too many photos with your besties), sip some bubbly and head into Biltmore Village for Dinner! They will have a special Rezaz dinner promotion available exclusively for Gals that attend.

Classic Mediterranean Dishes made of traditional ingredients and flavors from the Mediterranean Sea. Historic Biltmore Village, Asheville, North Carolina.

What are you waiting for? Invite your Gals and get this on your calendar. Let’s channel our inner Leslie Knope and remind each other that, “you are the most beautiful, glowing sun goddess ever.”

Learn more about Nest Boutique and DIY Studio on their website and make sure to follow them on Instagram.

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About the Beneficiary:

Hope Chest for Women was founded in 2003 to help relieve some of the financial burdens created by breast or gynecological cancer treatment costs. They are a 501(c)(3) that offers financial assistance for both medical and non-medical expenses, along with information on community resources, education on cancer prevention, and emotional support.  Most importantly they give hope to women in Western North Carolina living with breast or gynecological cancers.


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