Full Valentine’s Day 2022 List: From Rose Day to Kissing Day, Meaning and Everything You Need to Know About Love Day

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Full Valentine’s Day 2022 List: From Rose Day to Kissing Day, Meaning and Everything You Need to Know About Love Day


Valentine’s Day 2022: Love month is here and people are already excited about it. Come February, many look forward to spending quality time with loved ones, going on romantic dates, gifting special love tokens, asking about their potential love interests, and more, thanks to the widespread celebration of Valentine’s Day on February 14. This is a day when people in love indulge in doing all the muddle-headed things for their partner and potential date. However, Valentine’s Day is not just celebrated for one day. The feast of love lasted a whole week. Before Valentine’s Day, people also celebrate Rose Day, Proposal Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day and Kiss Day. And every day has its own meaning.

Valentine’s Day commemorates Saint Valentine, a Catholic cleric who lived in Rome in the third century. However, several legends surrounding St. Valentine have evolved over time. Over the years, the festival has become overly commercialized, with people making grand gestures for their partners to celebrate love and friendship.

happy Valentine's day.  (Pixabay)
happy Valentine’s day. (Pixar Bay)

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So, if you have someone special but are confused about the love date chart, we’ve got you covered. Scroll forward to find out all about love days, their dates and what they mean.

February 7 – Rose Day

Valentine’s Day celebrations began a week ago on Rose Day, when people showed their love by giving each other roses. The colors of roses also define the emotions behind them. If someone gives a red rose to a loved one, it shows the emotion of love. However, yellow roses symbolize friendship.

February 8 – Proposal Day

The next day is celebrated as Proposal Day. As the name suggests, this is a day when people express their feelings to their partner or someone they have a crush on. Many people even raise the issue with their partners on this day.

February 9 – Chocolate Day

The third day of Valentine’s Day is Chocolate Day. On this day, people forget all the bitterness in life and exchange sweet and delicious chocolate. Many people pamper their partner or crush by gifting a box of chocolates or various sweets.

February 10 – Teddy Day

On the fourth day, those in love will give their partner a cute teddy bear. The idea is to give your loved one a stuffed toy to show your love for that person and make them happy. A cute teddy bear can change distressed moods and bring them a smile.

Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14th.  (Pexels)
Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14th. (Pexels)

February 11 – Commitment Day

On February 11, couples celebrate Commitment Day. They commemorate the day by pledging to stand together through thick and thin to make their relationship stronger. The fifth day of Valentine’s Day is all about making your relationship last.

February 12 – Hug Day

The sixth day of Valentine’s Day is Hug Day. On this day, people comfort their loved ones by hugging. Sometimes hugs can do the trick when words don’t explain emotions or complex situations. After all, there’s nothing like a warm hug to resolve an emotional rift, doubt, or anxiety about the future.

February 13 – Kissing Day

Kiss Day is celebrated on February 13 before Valentine’s Day. Couples seal their love with a kiss on this day. Valentine’s Day is all about expressing your love for someone you love, and kissing is the best way to show it.

February 14 – Valentine’s Day

Finally, every year on February 14th is the day of love. Couples celebrate the day by spending time together, going on romantic dates, making romantic gestures for each other, giving each other gifts, planning surprises, and more.

Although Valentine’s Day has become very popular over the past few years, many people think they don’t need anyone to designate a day to celebrate their love. what do you think? Are you celebrating Valentine’s Day this year?

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