The month of love is around the corner; people can already be seen already excited about Valentine’s Day. During this time, people look forward to spending quality time with their special ones by planning romantic dates, exchanging gifts, etc. This day is a day for people in love to indulge in mushy romantic gestures for their spouses, dates, and potential partners.
However, Valentine’s Day is not celebrated just for a single day on February 14. It is a celebration of a full week. During this time, people celebrate Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, and Kiss Day before they celebrate the day of love. Each day has its own significance and meaning. So, if you have someone special in your life but are confused about the love date sheet, we are here to your rescue. Mentioned below is every detail you need to know about the days of love, their dates, and what they actually mean.
Love is something that should be celebrated and cherished every day. But Valentine’s day gives people an opportunity to appreciate their significant ones and find the love they want in their life. People go out of their way to celebrate the day and preserve precious moments. This is also the day when people gather all the courage to confess their true feelings for the person they love. Circle the dates on your calendar to express your hearty feeling to your special someone.
Why is Valentine’s Day celebrated?
The day is celebrated to honor Saint Valentine, a Catholic priest from Rome, in the third century. The legends surrounding Saint Valentine have, however, evolved over time. It has become too commercialized as people make grand gestures to celebrate love and companionship and make grand gestures for their partners by surprising them with Valentine Day Gifts.
Rose Day- February 7
Valentine’s Day week begins with Rose Day. On this day, people express their love by giving roses to each other. Every colour of a rose symbolizes a different meaning. So, people give roses to express their sentiments by giving roses of a specific colour. For example, if someone wants to convey their love to their significant other, they express the feeling with a red rose. You can also make it more special by surprising your precious one with rose day gifts.
February 8 – Propose Day
The second day is Propose Day. On this day, people express their hearty feelings to their partner or someone they have started falling in love with. This day gives an opportunity to people to take a chance at love.
February 9 – Chocolate Day
Valentine’s Week is celebrated as Chocolate Day. On this day, people exchange chocolate with their love interest and add some sweetness to their celebration. People pamper their partners or crushes with assorted collections of chocolates.
February 10 – Teddy Day
People celebrate the day by gifting cuddly teddy bears on Teddy Day. The purpose is to express your love for your beloved and make them happy by giving them a plush toy. An adorable teddy bear can change the mood instantly and bring a bright smile to their faces.
February 11 – Promise Day
February 11th is celebrated as Promised Day by couples. On this day, people who are in love promise each other to stick through thick and thin. The day is about commitment to making a relationship strong and lasting long.
February 12 – Hug Day
During Valentine’s week, the 6th day is celebrated as Hug Day. On this day, people express their comfort with another person by giving a hug. It is a saying that “when words are not enough to express an emotion, a hug can solve the problem without saying a word.” Celebrate the day with the warmth of a long tight hug.
February 13 – Kiss Day
February 13 is Kiss Day, which falls just before Valentine’s Day. Couples seal their love with kisses on this day. Valentine’s Week is about showing your affection to your loved ones, and a kiss is a perfect way to do that.
February 14 – Valentine’s Day
February 14 is celebrated as Valentine’s Day every year across the country. Couples celebrate this day by spending some quality time with each other, enjoying romantic dates, making romantic gestures for their partners, surprising each other with gifts, planning amazing surprises, and more.
So, this was all about what you should know about Valentine’s Day week celebrations. So, start planning to make your celebration memorable with your special one and cherish the lovable moments for always.