The month of February brings excitement into lovers’ hearts and much anticipation all around. It’s Valentine’s Month! During this month, from the 7th to the 14th, the world will be celebrating valentine week, starting with Rose Day. Each day has a special significance. Here are the days of the build-up to Valentine’s Day – Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Kiss Day, and Hug Day— and then finally – Valentine’s Day!
It is also known as Saint Valentine’s Day or Feast of Saint Valentine. It is a traditional holiday honoring St Valentine or Valentinus, a Roman priest. Valentine’s Day is celebrated to give a tribute to him on 14 February each year. The day marks the celebration of one of the most beautiful bonds which is the bond of love.
The day is not just for the romantic partner, you can also give Valentine’s Day gifts to your sister, mother, father, daughter, or son as a sign of your love. Valentine’s Day which is celebrated on 14 February every year paves the way for a valentine week which starts from 7th February. The week starts from 7th to 14th February. The week is also called as ‘week of love’.
Let’s Find out the significance of each day of valentine week:-
1. Rose Day ( 7 February )
Valentine week starts with Rose Day, as flowers are the most beloved thing and among them, Rose is one of the favourite of every individual. The day is celebrated with great zeal, happiness, and enthusiasm among the youngsters who try to propose to their girlfriends by giving a rose.
The theme of the day is roses, and the promise that roses bring – of freshness, fragrance and the everlasting beauty of love.
2. Propose Day ( 8 February )
Rose Day is followed by Propose Day and is the second day of Valentine’s Week. On this day you can directly approach your love and express your feelings towards him/her. So get ready with lots of surprises to present to your love on this day.
If you’re planning to propose, then make it a special event by planning a perfect date with a gift, some flowers, cake, and a date that she or he will remember forever.
3. Chocolate Day ( 9 February )
Chocolate Day is celebrated on 9 February. This day is entirely dedicated to Chocolates and it can’t get better than that. A gift of chocolate or any dessert enhances the charm in a relationship and also puts people in a good mood.
Gift him or her a basket of delicious homemade chocolates oozing with cream and truffles. Insert some other gifts into the basket – who’s saying no? The main intent of the day is to let him or her know how sweet you find them.
4. Teddy Day ( 10 February )
After some sweetness, now it’s time to send cute and adorable teddies to your loved ones. Teddy Day falls on 10 February. As we all know females are fond of Teddy Bears and are also key to every female’s hearts! Teddy Bears are one of those childhood memories which every girl cherishes.
Let your dear one know that you’re there forever, cozy and huggable as that teddy you’re handing over.
5. Promise Day ( 11 February )
A Promise plays an important role in a relationship and fulfilling a promise is the second most important step to keep a relationship going healthy. Love comes with responsibility, promises, and commitment. The promise is a day to communicate your commitment to your partner.
Make your love feel special on this day through thoughtful gifts and gift cards, specially selected with your promise in mind.
6. Hug Day ( 12 February )
This is celebrated just two days before Valentine’s Day. There is nothing more reassuring than a comforting cuddle. Hug your beloved tight and make them feel special. A hug is nothing but an expression of affection, care, and protection.
A hug makes all your problems fly away for those few minutes, so go ahead, give your loved one a tender hug, letting him or she know that they’re loved, forever.
7. Kiss Day ( 13 February )
Predictably the most popular days of Valentine’s Week, Kiss Day. This is a beautiful day of Valentine’s Week. The day is giving lovers a special opportunity to express their love by sharing a passionate kiss. A kiss is a symbol of love, by kissing your partner’s forehead. (it is always not necessary to kiss on lips.)
This kiss means you’ll stick together no matter what. So find the perfect spot, hand over your thoughtful gift, and seal your promise with a tender kiss.
8. Valentines Day ( 14 February )
And finally, the day which holds a lot of importance in every couple’s life. There is a famous saying that ‘Don’t wait until it’s too late to tell someone how much you love them, how much you care for them. Because when they’re gone, no matter how loud you shout and cry, they won’t hear you anymore.’ So, what are you waiting for? This is a special day for all the couples, people of all age groups celebrate this beautiful day.
It’s a day of joy, of the celebration of love and commitment, and the blissful excitement of finding one’s perfect mate.
On Valentine’s Day and through Valentine’s Week make sure to express your love to your partner. Go for a meal, enjoy a movie and go for a long ride and make this day unforgettable for your partner.