The month of love is here and people are already excited about it. As soon as February comes, many people express their love by going on a romantic date with their loved ones and giving them special gifts of love. On February 14, Valentine’s Day, loving couples make their partners feel special and send emotional messages. Valentine’s Day is not just for one day, but this celebration of love lasts for a whole week. Before Valentine’s Day, people also celebrate Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day and Kiss Day. Every day of Valentine’s Week has its own importance.
Valentine day date wise
7 February (Rose Day)
On this day people send roses to their loved ones, crushes or partners to express their love and gratitude for their presence. The color of the rose also holds significance on this day – a red rose symbolizes love, a yellow rose symbolizes friendship, pink symbolizes admiration and appreciation, and a yellow rose with red tips symbolizes friendship and the feeling of love. A lot has changed.
February 8 (Propose Day)
Propose Day comes after Rose Day on 8th February. As the name suggests, on Propose Day people express their love to their partner or crush. Many also pop the big question, asking their lover to be with them for the rest of their lives.
February 9 (Chocolate Day)
People forget all the bitterness and sourness of their relationships and exchange chocolates with their crush or partner. Many people pamper their loved ones by gifting them their favorite chocolates or handmade candies.
February 10 (Teddy Day)
The idea is to send your partner or crush a cute teddy bear or cute soft toy that will help them release stress or bring a smile to their face. The gesture expresses love for someone special.
February 11 (Promise Day)
The fifth day is Promise Day, and lovers make promises to stay together through good and bad, strengthen their relationship, support each other, be the biggest cheerleaders, and more. The idea is to let your partner know that you are committed to making your relationship last.
February 12 (Hug Day)
A hug can help your loved ones know that you are there for them, ready to solve any problems and heal emotional rifts, doubts or worries about the future.
February 13 (Kiss Day)
Kiss Day is celebrated on February 13, a day before Valentine’s Day. People in love seal their relationship by kissing on this day or resort to this loving act to express their love for their partner.
February 14 (Valentine’s Day)
Day of love – Valentine’s Day. Couples celebrate special occasions by going out on dates, exchanging gifts, making romantic gestures for each other, spending quality time together, preparing handmade gifts or surprises, and much more.