Valentines Day

Valentine’s Week: Everything You Need to Know

February 7, 2022
Valentine Week: Everything You Need to Know

Valentine’s Day can be seen as a yearly celebration of love and passion, friendship and appreciation. While people would know of this celebration as Valentine’s Day (February 14th) in specific.

However, it is not celebrated for just a day. It is in fact a seven day long celebration of beautifully marking togetherness in the purest and truest sense.

This celebration is commemorated every year from 7th to 14th of February by exchanging messages of affection and love with partners, friends, relatives and just about every loved one.

Let us take you through all the details of this love week starting from Rose Day and all the way to the last and most special of them all- Valentine’s Day.

Rose Day (February 7)

The first day that commemorates this week-long festival of love is Rose Day. On this fine day, roses are used as a token of affection and love by giving these beautiful flowers to each other in various forms like bouquets, baskets, or any other kind of floral arrangements.

Roses are available in a variety of colors and every distinct color symbolizes a different set of emotions and feelings.

All you have to do is figure out those meanings so you can pass them on to your loved ones through a beautiful floral token of love. For e.g – red roses stand for romance, while a white rose would stand for peace and fresh new beginnings.

Propose Day (February 8)

The name makes it quite explicit that lovers propose to their special someone and express their feelings towards each other while wanting to be tied in a relationship for eternity. People put forth a proposal to their better half with a desire to take one step closer towards having their “happily ever after”.

Chocolate Day (February 9)

Chocolate is without doubt the perfect and sweetest gift of all. On the third day of Valentine’s Week, people treat their loved ones with chocolate and this sweet gesture helps them make some memories together which are as sweet as their gifts.

Teddy Day (February 10)

You might have a cute and cuddly partner in real-life who is probably much better than a gift soft toy. However, this sweet and thoughtful gesture of giving the gift of a teddy bear will surely melt anybody’s heart, be it your better half, friends, family or even pets!

Promise Day (February 11)

It is all about the rebooting of vows taken out of love as we come to the fifth day of this love week . On this occasion, you can make promises to your loved ones and express your desire to strengthen your bonds of love and relationship with them.

Hug Day (February 12)

A hug is among the simplest of ways to show that you care for that person. Hug Day strengthens the bonds of love in every relationship. People embrace each other’s presence with this sweet gesture of love.

So go on showering your love with warm cuddles to your special people!

Kiss Day (February 13)

A kiss is a very intimate gesture expressing feelings of warmth and love in the best way possible. On the seventh day of this love week, right before the grand concluding day of Valentine’s , people share and exchange kisses to express their love in a rather intimate manner.

Valentine’s Day (February 14)

This week-long love affair comes to a grand end as it’s finally time to celebrate the most important of all the days; Valentine’s Day. On this occasion, people usually spend quality time with their loved ones, exchange valentine gifts, express their love towards each other with lovely gestures making it a day full of love, joy and happiness.

Now that you know it all, go ahead and celebrate every day of this beautiful love week to its fullest!

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