Valentine’s Day falls on February 14. The celebrations begin a week earlier with Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, and Kiss Day. You’ll find out what these seven days mean inside.
During Valentine’s Week, the month of love is here and people across the globe have already started preparing grand gestures for their crushes, partners or loved ones. If you’re in a relationship or aiming to be in one, then you know what we’re talking about. February is the love month because Valentine’s Day – crucial for those in love – falls on February 14. People mark this day by going on dates, gifting their crushes or partners special tokens of love, asking out their potential love interest on a romantic date, enjoying activities their partner loves, cooking special meals.
There is significance to each day of Valentine’s Week, and those in love prepare gifts and romantic gestures for their loved ones based on the day’s name. So, if you are in love and are confused about the February love date sheet, don’t worry, we have you covered. Below you’ll find out all about Valentine’s Week, its special dates, its significance, how people celebrate it, and what it means.
On February 7, people send roses to their loved ones, crushes, or partners to celebrate Rose Day. This day is also known as Valentine’s Week and it starts with Rose Day. The colour of the rose holds significance on this day – a red rose stands for love, yellow for friendship, pink signifies appreciation and admiration, and a yellow rose with red tips means one’s feelings of friendship have transformed into love and more.
Rose Day takes place on February 7 and Propose Day takes place on February 8. People use Propose Day to confess to their crush or partner their love for them. They even pop the question, asking their love interest to spend the rest of their lives with them.
The third day of Valentine’s Week, February 9, is Chocolate Day, where people forget all bitter and sour feelings they have in their relationships and exchange chocolates. Many people pamper their loved ones by gifting them their favorite collection of chocolates or handmade candies.
February 10 – Teddy Day The fourth day of Valentine’s Week is Teddy Day. Teddy Day is the celebration of everything adorable. It is a day to send your crush or partner a cuddly teddy bear or adorable soft toy that will help them relax or brighten up their day. It is a gesture that demonstrates one’s love for their special someone.
February 11 – Promise Day The fifth day of February is Promise Day, during which lovers vow to remain together, strengthen their relationship, support one another, and cheer for one another. It’s important to demonstrate your commitment to your partner’s relationship by doing this.
February 12 – Hug Day The sixth day of Valentine’s Week is Hug Day. It’s a day when people hug their loved ones to comfort them. The language of physical touch works wonders when we are unable to express ourselves clearly with words. By hugging your loved ones, you are letting them know you are there to solve any problem and to fix emotional cracks, doubts and anxiety.
On February 13, Kiss Day is celebrated. People in love seal their relationships with a kiss or show affection to their partner.
On February 14, lovers across the globe celebrate Valentine’s Day. Couples celebrate the special occasion by going out on dates, exchanging gifts, doing romantic gestures for each other, spending quality time together, preparing handmade gifts or surprises, and more. Meanwhile, after Valentine’s Week, people celebrate Anti-Valentine’s Week, unrelated to love and romance. It commences with Slap Day, followed by Kick ay, Perfume Day, Flirt Day, Confession Day and Missing Day.