How to Celebrate National Aunties Day

How to Celebrate National Aunties Day

If you’re lucky enough to have a cool aunt in your life, take this opportunity to say “thank you!”. Whether you see them often, or every-so-often, use national aunties day as an excuse to let them know how grateful you are to have them in your life.

Call your aunt and let her know how much you love her. Take her out to lunch, host a sleepover, or surprise her with a gift. Whatever you decide, let those special aunties of ours know how much we appreciate and love them.

Aunties provide us with love in a way that’s unique to our parents. Although their love is different, it affects us positively and gratefully. Learn how to celebrate national aunties day below, because they deserve it!

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When is National Aunties Day?

National Aunties Day is celebrated on Sunday 26th July 2020. This holiday recognizes (both) aunties and uncles; for the unique love they give to our children and ourselves.

5 Cool Ways to Celebrate National Aunties Day

1. Call Your Aunty and Tell Her You Love Her

When the location is an issue, there’s no better way to share your love and appreciation with your aunt than a simple phone call. Call your aunt and tell her you love her for national aunties day, regardless of how long it’s been since you two have spoken.

If you can’t reach her via phone call, use alternative solutions such as Facebook Messenger or Instagram Direct Messaging. Either method, she’ll appreciate you reaching out and letting her know how much you love her.

2. Take Her Out to Lunch

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There’s nothing more exciting than taking your aunt out to lunch when celebrating national aunties day. It doesn’t need to be anywhere fancy; The riverside cafe, a casual restaurant up-town, or a reserved table is enough to say “thank you” for everything your aunt has done for you.

3. Host a Sleepover

What better way to rekindle family bonds by hosting a sleepover in celebration of national aunties day! Grab the popcorn, lay out the mattresses (-or give up your king bed for a night), and whip out Netflix.

If your sister is the aunty to your children, even better, now you have an excuse for Sunday night wines. And don’t forget, they can help you babysit your children for the night. (Thank me later)

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4. Send the Kids Around to her Place

In celebration of national aunties day, show her how much you appreciate her by sending the kids around. This might not work for your aunties. However, for your child’s aunties- it’s certainly worth a shot!

No, this isn’t an excuse to be child-less for a day. You’re simply letting her know how much you appreciate her by offering extra time with the kids 😉 Whether she takes up that offer, however, is a different story… let us know! 

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5. Gifts, gifts, gifts

If accessible, gifts are another great way to celebrate national aunties day. Depending on their taste and whether you’ve pre-thought about this idea before, gift sending can be just as lovely.

Aunties deserve to be pampered here and there, so we’ve listed 9 different gift ideas to give to an aunty:

  1. Flowers accompanied by a bottle of Moët
  2. Massage voucher
  3. Manicure and Pedicure voucher
  4. A new bag
  5. Piece of jewelry (a new ring, necklace, or watch)
  6. Ticket for an entertainment evening
  7. Plan a spontaneous getaway
  8. Host a games night and invite her a chauffeur to and from (in a luxury vehicle)
  9. Organize a wine tasting event

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Best Aunt Quotes

“Only aunts can give hugs like a mother, keep secrets like a sister, and share love like a friend”

– Unknown
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“An aunt is a safe haven for a child. Someone who will keep your secrets and is always on your side.”

– Sara Sheridan

“I was really lucky that I had an aunt who was very inspiring to me. She was different than anybody in my family on either side.”

– Geena Davis
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“Being a sister is an honor. Being an aunt is priceless.”

– Unknown

Aunt: A cherished friend and personal cheerleader who will always see you through rose-colored glasses.”

– Unknown
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Eyliza
Content writer and digital marketer, changing millennials lives one article at a time.
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