7 Days of Valentines Week & What They Mean

January 19, 2023 2 min read

7 Days of Valentines Week & What They Mean

The month of love is almost here, and people are already excited about it. Come February, and many look forward to spending time with their dear ones by going on dates, giving them gifts and more.

So, if you have a special someone but are confused about the love date sheet, we have got you sorted. 

Valentines Day

We celebrate it for a whole week and not just one day from February 7 to February 14. The implication of this day has changed with evolution. Let us go through the list of all 7 days of Valentine's Day and understand what each one of them means.

1. Rose Day - 7th February

The Valentine's Day celebrations start a week before with Rose Day. The color of the rose also depicts the emotion behind it. A red rose signifies the emotion of, a yellow rose symbolizes friendship and the  white rose symbolizes peace.

2. Propose Day - 8th February

After celebrating the rose day, people celebrate proposal day by expressing feelings to their loved ones or their crush. Propose Day, celebrated on February 8, is a day for fanatics

 3. Chocolate Day - 9th February

Chocolate is the perfect gift for every occasion. Who doesn't love chocolates?  So, on the third day of Valentine's week, Chocolate day, give chocolates to your loved ones and let them know that they are the dessert of your life. 

4. Teddy Day - 10th February

This is the fourth day of Valentine’s week. On this day, people give cute teddy bears to express their love for the person and to make them joyous. A cute teddy bear can change a distressed mood and bring a smile to their faces. Now, who doesn't like teddy bears? 

5. Promise Day - 11th February

This day is important because you make momentous promises to your loved ones for an enduring relationship. A promise to stay by their side eternally. On this day, people make commitments or vows to their loved ones for a long-lasting relationship. 

6. Hug Day - 12th February

The sixth day of Valentine’s week is celebrated as Hug Day. On this day, people comfort their loved ones by hugging them. Sometimes when words can't explain an emotion or complicate the situation, a hug can solve the issue. 

Kiss Day

7. Kiss Day - 13th February

Kiss day is celebrated just before Valentine's Day, on February 13. Lovers seal their love with a kiss on this day. 

Valentines Day - 14th February

Finally, the day of love is celebrated on February 14 every year. 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 anyone's appointed day to celebrate their love. What do you think? Are you celebrating Valentine's Week this year?


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