is a wonderful, unconditional feeling and the Valentine's Day
is here. People are all excited about it! They are looking forward to spending time with their dear ones by going on romantic dates, gifting them special tokens of love and we are ready to shower our significant others with love and tokens of our affection. On this day, those in love indulge in doing all the mushy things for their partners and potential dates.
All you need to know about the days of love!
Did you know that you can celebrate Valentine's Day for a whole week? The festivities of love last for an entire week! The spirits of the festival begin a week before. Before Valentine's Day, people also celebrate Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, and Kiss Day. And each day has its own significance.
February 7 - Rose Day
The Valentine's Day celebrations start a week before with Rose Day when people express their love by giving roses to each other. Roses come in different colours and each of them, of course, has a specific meaning. For instance, red means an expression of love, while a yellow rose symbolises friendship.
February 8 - Propose Day
February 8 is Propose Day! It is celebrated as the day when people propose to the one person they love the most. It is also usually the day when people express their love to their crush without hesitation.
February 9 - Chocolate Day
The third day of Valentine's Week is Chocolate Day. Who doesn’t love Chocolates? On this day, people forget about all the bitterness in their lives and exchange sweet and delicious chocolates. Whether your proposal is accepted or turned down, do not forget to pamper the person with a box of chocolates!
February 10 - Teddy Day
On the fourth day, people in love gift their partners a cuddly teddy bear. A cute teddy bear can change a distressed mood and bring a smile to their faces. The idea, many say, is to give something to your partner to hug in your absence.
February 11 - Promise Day
On February 11, couples celebrate Promise Day. They mark this day by making promises to stay together through thick and thin, to make their relationships stronger.
February 12 - Hug Day
The sixth day of Valentine's Week is Hug Day. On this day, people comfort their loved ones by hugging them. After all, nothing fixes emotional cracks, doubts or anxiousness about the future better than a big warm hug!
February 13 - Kiss Day
Kiss day is celebrated just before Valentine's Day. Lovers seal their love with a kiss on this day. Valentine's Week is all about expressing affection towards your loved ones, what better way to seal it with a kiss!
February 14 - Valentine's Day
is celebrated on February 14 every year. This is the culmination of the week-long celebration with romantic gestures. Couples celebrate this day by spending time together, going on romantic dates, doing romantic gestures for each other, gifting each other, planning surprises, and more!
Though Valentine's Week has become quite popular in the past years, many believe they do not need any appointed day to celebrate their love. What do you think?
Leave work, differences, arguments or not-so-happy things aside for some other day, and simply bask in love!
Happy Valentine's Day from all of us here at LatestBuy