You might be single and fabulous but there isn’t exactly a party thrown in your honor to celebrate you.
Just because you didn’t have a baby or walk down an aisle in a dress you’ll regret later, doesn’t mean your life accomplishments should be overlooked. This Galentine’s Day that all changes.
In honor of Galentine's Day, internet personality turned entrepreneur, Serena Kerrigan, and Absolut Vodka are celebrating all the single ladies out there.
In an effort to honor singledom and individuality, the Queen of Confidence herself is partnering with Absolut to create a gift registry for all.
Why should only those in relationships get celebrated? Is our beinghood only determined by our relationship status? Do we have to be in alignment with society’s pre-determined expectations of us?
Let’s put the Absolut in absolutely not.
Absolut has created The Registry for Me: a first-of-its-kind website that encourages single guys and gals to create a registry of their own with the items they really want - from yoga pants and cosmetics to theAbsolut Cosmopolitan Cocktail Kit.
In collaboration with Elfster, Absolut’s Registry For Me allows you to curate your wish list and even set up a gift exchange with others! The average price of a wedding gift registry item is $72, but many guests spend far more (NerdWallet). You’ve shelled out plenty over the years, it’s your turn!
Absolut’s The Registery for Me functions as a traditional registry website, minus the inherent social norms implicated in the process.
As a brand known for mixing – cocktails and also with each other – Absolut is bringing friends together like never before, regardless of lifestyle or relationship status.
To spark registry inspo, Absolut has tapped Kerriganto curate her own registryfilled with gifts every single deserves to treat themselves to. Check out her top picks HERE!
The private, invite-only shopping event will be held at The Last Line as Serena and crew sip cocktails, celebrate their singledom, and shop each other’s registry items.
Founded by husband and wife duo Teddy and Shelley Sanders, The Last Line was created to give real-life people—from the classic everyday girl to the ultimate collector—the jewelry pieces they always wanted and could never find.
To this end, the Last Line’s all-inclusive mission statement perfectly parallels the objectives of Serena and Absolut.