Valentines Week – Love Date Sheet
Valentines Week is celebrated from Rose Day (7th February) to Kiss Day (13th February) with 14th February being the end of the love week i.e. the Valentine’s Day. This week is an excellent opportunity to express your love and gratitude towards your loved ones.
The love week fills the feeling of love among the youth who are full of enthusiasm to express their emotions to their loved ones. It’s the week of specials and sweetness so everyone can find the time to celebrate the ones they love!
These seven days of love are celebrated all over the world with great fervor and enthusiasm, the malls and markets are painted red, the color of love. This week is all about Valentine’s, friends, love, working together, and fun!
So let us have a look at the date sheet of Valentine’s week so that you don’t miss out on any of the special days.
7th February – Rose Day
Rose Day is the first day of Valentine’s week celebrated on 7th February and marks the beginning of the love week. Rose is the symbol of love, passion, friendship, or purity depending on their color. There are many shades of love that you want to convey, like red roses indicate passion and deep love, while yellow roses represent secret admiration. Choosing pink ones signifies romantic love, yellow expresses friendship and joy, and purple roses represent enchantment and love at first sight. So choose the right rose to express your deep and eternal love.
Rose is a symbol of love and passion, the ancient Greeks and Romans associated roses with Aphrodite and Venus, goddess of love The red rose has come to be the ultimate symbol/gift to express romantic love. There’s no more frequent or enduring symbol of love and beauty in Western art and literature than red roses. The red rose has a long and storied history, it still reigns as the ultimate symbol of passionate affection.
8th February – Propose Day
Propose Day is the second day of Valentine’s week time to get down to your knees and make a grand proposal to your beloved. You can propose to her with a red rose or bunch of roses, a dinner date, gift, or chocolates. The day is much awaited by those who have been thinking to convey their feelings to their crushes. If you haven’t yet told your beloved your feelings, it’s the best day to do it.
9th February – Chocolate Day
9th February, the 3rd day of Valentine’s Week is Chocolate Day. Time to cherish your relationship with some exclusive chocolates to surprise your loved ones. You can send a chocolate box, Chocolate bouquet, Chocolate with a teddy, etc. to express your love as you can never go wrong with chocolates they will only add more love to your relationship.
Lovers on Chocolate Day express their love by giving chocolate to their partners. You can find different styles of chocolates in the market on this occasion which can be used to articulate your sentiments. Like the heart outlined chocolate can be used to signify that you are giving your heart and are totally committed to the relation.
Suggested Read: World Chocolate Day
10th February – Teddy Day
Teddy Day is the fourth day of Valentine’s Week celebrated on 10th February. It is the day when couples and youth celebrate this day by gifting a lovely and attractive teddy bear to their beloved. Teddies are the mushy items that are gifted to express romantic feelings and emotions.
These cute animals are available in various sizes and vivid colors, each bear connotes a special meaning — just like different colors of roses. If you know that your crush has a favorite color, you can always go ahead with his or her choice. Make sure you pick the right kind of fluffy toy to communicate your true feelings to the special one. So, on this 10th of February, give your loved ones or someone special in your life one cute, adorable and cuddly teddy bear that will be a good contribution for bedroom decoration and good memories.
11th February – Promise Day
A promise can go a long way in personal relationships, it is a commitment to follow through on your word. Promises reinforce the integrity in relationships and help you get closer to those you love. So on this Promise day, 11th February make some honest and realistic promises to your partner that you will be honest and truthful in the relationship, and you will keep your word.
12th February – Hug Day
The sixth day of Valentine’s week is hug day. A hug is a very affectionate gesture, they are more than just a friendly greeting—they can be a surprisingly powerful health booster. The benefits of hugs go beyond just spreading joy.
International Hugging Day occurs on January 21st, but this day is part of Valentine’s week. A hug is one of the best feelings and hugging someone you love is another blissful experience. so, Never ever miss the chance to hug. Couples on this day are supposed to share at least one embrace.
13th February – Kiss Day
As the name suggests this day is to kiss your love, you can express love in hundreds of ways but the best form of expression is a kiss. Kiss is an important part of any relationship it makes the bond stronger. On this day youngsters kiss their Loved Ones or Crush and experience the best of their love life.
14th February – Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is the most important event of the week, celebrated on 14th February. People take time out from their busy schedules and celebrate the day with the love of their life. They send messages of love and affection to partners, family, and friends. Couples express their love for one another with greeting cards, romantic gifts, and outings. They spend their whole day with their loved ones to make them feel special.