The site has tons of different tags (and you can even customize your own) but this one seems perfect for that friend who always has pizza on the mind.
To buy: $15, variouskeytags.com.
Book* (Wine) Tote Bag
There’s no shame in having a tote bag that does double duty—after all, wine and books seem like the recipe for a perfect Valentine’s Day.
To buy: $20, emilymcdowell.com.
Custom Colored Cord Bracelet
Send some love to your friends with these grown-up friendship bracelets. Include both of your initials on the cord, and customize it with their favorite color.
To buy: $25, shopryanporter.com.
Good Vibes Mug
Remind your friends that you’re sending them love and good vibes on February 14 and beyond. Now, they’ll think of you every morning!
To buy: $15, society6.com.
Friyay Days of the Week Pencils
If you have a bunch of “galentines” this year, consider this cute-yet-affordable gift set that will help anyone get through the week, and celebrate once Friday rolls around.
To buy: $7.50, pobbleandping.etsy.com.
The Hungoevr Cookbook
For friends who love to go out on Friday nights and love to cook, this collection of recipes has everything they’ll need on Saturday morning.
To buy: $8, amazon.com.
Soy Glad We’re Friends Candle
Encourage your friend to pamper herself with this soy candle. Choose from a variety of unique scents, including Mimosa and Mandarin, Brown Sugar and Fig, and Cozy Fire With Spruce.
To buy: $9, badasscandles.etsy.com.
Pay homage to your friendship with a mug that celebrates a show all about a tightknit group of friends. Coffee-lovers and TV-addicts will appreciate the thought!
To buy: $12, urbanoutfitters.com.
Wine Gift Tags
The ideal Valentine’s Day gift? Wine. Personalize it with these creative gift tags; they’ll turn your friends’ favorite varietals into something a little more festive.
To buy: $4 for 8 tags, knockknockstuff.com.