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This Hoboken Resident Just Hosted The Galentine’s Day Party of Our Dreams

by Jennifer Tripucka
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Galentine’s Day is just around the corner {AKA tomorrow}, and there are a number of ways to celebrate in town found here. For some, the celebrations might take place at a fancy dinner or a special event, but for others, a house party is where it’s at. But it’s not just any house party. It needs to be a real banger {and by banger, we mean filled with pink treats, heart-shaped pizzas, a Burn Book, and swizzle straws, obviously}. And one Hoboken resident did just that this year, with serious pink evidence below. 

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^Danielle Tullo, Galentine’s Day host extraordinaire

Read on to find out how Danielle Tullo, a local Hoboken girl {and senior editor at Her Campus}, hosted the pinkest, cutest, girliest Galentine’s Day party of our dreams.

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{All photos courtesy of Danielle Tullo}

First things first — as a former editor of House Beautiful, Danielle’s apartment is a Galentine’s Day DREAM any day of the year {and we know this because it’s next on our list of Hoboken Homes features for the month, just sayin’}.

But when it comes to Galentine’s Day, Danielle’s theme level is 100, and for good reason. “It’s easily my favorite day of the year — regardless of it being a fictional holiday created in a Parks and Recreation episode —because it involves the best women in your life paired with a boozy brunch, making it triumph over any other day.”

The holiday is unofficially celebrated on February 13th —Valentine’s Day eve — but Danielle throws her extravaganza on the Saturday prior each year {though a boozy brunch on a weekday does sound dreamy}.

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Brunch started at 12:30PM in Danielle’s Hoboken apartment, and the only thing required of her guests was that they had to wear pajamas and be ready to drink a whole lot of bubbly.

Galentines stirs

 To start off, Danielle prepped enough mini bottles of LaMarca Prosecco to feed a small girl gang {or just her guests, NBD} and a custom stir stick with their name on it.

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“I got the stir sticks on Etsy, and once they finished their mini bottle, they could head to the bar cart to pour themselves a mimosa. The stir sticks were great for guests to know which glass was their own and, of course, made for a great Instagram.”

Galentines pizza

Next up? Heart-shaped pizza, of course. “I had a heart-shaped pizza bar, featuring plain and pepperoni, as well as a Nutella pie that I got from Joes Pizza in Summit, New Jersey. Full disclosure, my sister owns the pizzeria, but I’d argue that they make a heart-shaped pie better than anyone {and it tastes amazing}.”

Galentines fries

 In addition to pizza, Danielle served McDonald’s fries {because duh}, and wraps.

Galentines cookies

On the dessert menu were heart-shaped cookies and macarons from Baking Mama in downtown Hoboken, along with cookie dough cups from MDoughW, a Miami-based baker.


^Baking Mama serving up all the pink

“MDoughW is responsible for making me love cookie dough more than I already do,” Danielle explained. A definite must. Danielle also had custom M&M’s. “We also had blow pops, and, my favorite — Ring Pops that I put in actual ring boxes, which I ordered off of Amazon.”

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For decorations, this seasoned Galentine’s Day party planner ordered a custom decal off of Etsy that said, “you’re like, really pretty,” for mirror selfies, and a ton of balloons. “I got the balloons from Hudson Paperie, which included a mix of 36-inch pink and white latex ones, as well as silver mylar ones that spelled ‘babes.’”

Read More: How to Have a Mean Girls Day in Hoboken

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For the party, Danielle got her hair done at Up + Out. “I told them I wanted to look like Ariana Grande {LOL}, and the dress I wore was from Dor L’Dor in Hoboken.” The brunch party went until 7:30PM, and the playlist the crew listened to is on Spotify in case you’re planning this for your own celebrations.

Galentines polaroids

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But perhaps the best Galentine’s Day treat? Danielle’s slightly sweeter take on a Burn Book — which said Galentine’s Day — for guests to write notes in and throw in photos of the Polaroids they were taking.

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Find out more of Danielle’s Galentine’s Day party tips on her Hoboken Girl Instagram take over, happening on @HobokenGirlBlog this evening.

Have any Galentine’s Day party tips of your own? Let us know in the comments!

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