Valentine's Week is celebrated from 7 February to 14 February every year.
“Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are.” Oscar Wilde
You already know you’re in love. There’s no doubt about it. You already know you’re in love. There’s no doubt about it. Love is a pretty powerful feeling. When you feel it, you really feel it. It can suspend time, making the whole world seem still except for you two.
Love is in the air! Starting with Rose Day on 7 February to the lovely Valentine’s Day on 14 February, the entire week of February is celebrated as Valentine’s Week.
Let’s explore exactly what each day of the Valentine’s week stands for:
Rose Day, (7 February)
Rose Day is very first day of Valentine week which arrives on 7th of Feb every year. Valentine’s week starts with Rose Day, as flowers are the most beloved thing and among them Rose are one of the favourite of every individual.
Propose Day, (8 February)
Propose Day is the second day of the Valentine’s Week. On this day you can directly approach to your love and express your feelings towards him/her.
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 put people in a good mood.
Teddy Day (10 February)
Teddy Day falls on 10 February. As we all know females are fond of Teddy Bears and is also key to very female’s heart! Teddy Bears are one of those childhood memories which every girl cherishes.
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.
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.
Kiss Day (13 February)
Predictably the most popular days of the Valentine’s Week, Kiss Day. The day is gives 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.
Valentine’s Day (14 February)
Last but not least Valentines Day falls on February 14th, this is one of the most special day for all the individuals across the world, people of all age groups celebrate this beautiful day called as Valentines day.