Ultimate Valentine Week!

Ultimate Valentine Week!

Valentine's Day is celebrated as the day of love every year on February 14. It is a day when people tell their loved ones - boyfriends, girlfriends, husbands, wives, friends and even family - how much they mean to them. While Valentine's Day itself is celebrated with chocolates, candies, flowers and heart-shaped gifts, the week leading up to it is also celebrated as the week of love. It is a time when love is definitely in the air. Loved up couples celebrate Valentine's Week by marking each day with a special significance. The week starts on February 7 with Rose Day when people in love give their plus one's roses as a symbol of their affection. Promise Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Kiss Day are other days in this love-filled week where you'll get plenty of opportunities to convey your love. Valentine's Week finally ends on February 14, with Valentine's Day.

Here are February's days of love and what each day in Valentine week signifies:

1. Rose Day - February 7

    What better way to express your love than with roses? On Rose Day, people give roses to their beloved as a symbol of their love. While red roses are traditionally associated with romance, yellow roses are given to friends. This year, Rose Day falls on a Sunday.

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    2. Propose Day - February 8

      Propose Day - the second day of Valentine Week - is the day when people express their feelings for their loved ones. They complement it with Valentines day gifts for their loved ones. This year, it falls on a Monday. Choose from a wide range of propose day gifts for your beloved. 

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      3. Chocolate Day - February 9 

      As the name suggests, the third day of the week leading up to the festival of love is dedicated to chocolates. Chocolates and candies are age-old gifts for first dates, anniversaries, weddings and more along with valentines day gifts for her and valentines day gifts for him. It is the perfect occasion to let your loved ones know how much you care for them with chocolates.

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      4. Teddy Day - February 10

        An adorable teddy bear is the cutest way to let your significant other know how much they mean to you!  An endearing teddy bear with a pop card goes a long way to express your feelings.

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        5. Promise Day - February 11

          Love is in the air as love-struck couples are looking to celebrate Valentine's Day 2021 with much fervor and joy. Meanwhile, a lot of couples make tons of promises to their loved one on the occasion of Promise day which is celebrated on 11th February every year.

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          6. Hug Day - February 12

            Sometimes a hug will say what words can't. Go ahead and make sure you hug your friends, parents and loved ones this Hug Day.

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            7. Kiss Day - February 13

              The day just before Valentine's Day is celebrated as Kiss Day. A kiss represents love, affection and passion. There are different types of kisses to express your love in different ways. This year kiss day falls on a Saturday.

              8. Valentine's Day - February 14

              The most-awaited day of February! Valentine's Day is celebrated in honor of Saint Valentine, a 3rd-century Roman saint associated with courtly love. Valentine's Day is dedicated to love and romance. This year, it will fall on a Sunday.

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              Enjoy this Valentine's week with your loved ones!

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