Dates and importance of the days that precede Valentines’s Day
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, couples have already started making plans to celebrate the day of love with their better halves. Besides the special day itself, the week that leads up to it is also worth celebrating.
The week prior to Valentine’s Day is known as Valentine’s Week and it marks a number of days for couples to celebrate. From February 7 to February 13, the entire week has a special significance, which eventually builds up to the much-awaited February 14.
Here are the various days of Valentine’s Week:
February 7, which marks the onset of the Valentine’s Week, is celebrated as Rose Day. On this day, lovers serenade their partners with a bunch of roses, with red roses being the most popular.
Propose Day, celebrated on February 8, is a day for lovers to confess their love for each other. Not only couples, but this day is also perfect for singles to go ahead and propose to their crush, with whom they had wanted to share their feelings for a really long time.
What can be a better gift than chocolate for your partner? Celebrated on February 9, Chocolate Day looks forward to building a relationship with sweet moments and memories to cherish for a lifetime.
Now, who doesn’t like teddy bears? Make your love extra mushy for your partner by gifting them a teddy bear on February 10. The cozy soft toy will remind lovers of each other whenever they are far apart and it gives out a message that the significant other will stay with them and give them comfort for the rest of their lives.
Celebrated on February 11, Promise Day signifies the importance of commitment between two people. On this day, lovers promise to stay by each other’s through thick and thin and work towards holding on to that promise forever.
Hug Day is celebrated on February 12. A hug is the warmest and purest form of expressing love without having to say a thousand words. Embrace your partner on this day and remind them that you will always be there for them whenever they need someone to lean on.
A kiss is the most romantic and passionate way of expressing your love for your partner. Celebrated on February 13, couples seal it with a kiss on this day and vow to stick to each other, come what may.
All the above mentioned days finally lead up to this one day — Valentine’s Day. Celebrated on February 14, on this day, lovers take extra efforts to make their partner feel special and shower them with all the love and affection in the world. Well, people who are in love do not need special days to express their feelings for their partners, but putting in a little extra care and attention surely doesn’t harm anyone! It only makes the relationship all the more exciting.
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