Valentine Week Full List 2023: Rose Day to Kiss Day, Check here the complete significance of the Valentine’s Week Calendar
Valentine’s Week Full List 2023
There’s no month in the year better than February to drench yourself and your sweetheart in the warm and pleasant showers of love. The second week of February marks the beginning of Valentine’s week, the most auspicious and perfect time to celebrate love. The beauty of all the celebrations is that it’s not a one-day scene. Instead, the festivities last for a week.
All week long you can pamper and spoil your love with sweet and romantic gestures as the week begins on the 7th of February with Rose day and progresses to Propose day, Chocolate day, Teddy Day, Promise day, Hug day, Kiss day, and finally the most-awaited, Valentine’s day. Every day has its own significance and there are a million ways you can celebrate each day. Let’s move on and understand each day and its significance in detail so that you understand how best to celebrate your Valentine’s week and get closer to your partner.
Valentine’s Week Days and Significance
Valentine’s day is celebrated on the occasion of the death anniversary of St. Valentine’s and is a day full of love and romance. However, it’s not a single-day festivity. The festivities last for a week with each day being special for the lovers.
Here are all the days that are celebrated during Valentine’s week along with their special significance.
Rose Day – February 7
Rose day marks the beginning of Valentine’s week when lovers present roses to each other as a symbol of love, freshness, and sweet fragrance. Different colored roses have different significance to them. Red roses are the most popular of the roses symbolizing love and romance. Besides that white roses which send the message “I am the one for you” and yellow roses which symbolize friendship are also popular among folks.
Propose Day – February 8
Propose day is the next day which is the day for opening up about your feelings to your partner. Whether you want to propose to your crush or shoot the question to your partner, there could be no better day than Propose day for it. You can make it special and lovely for your partner by planning a romantic dinner or even a getaway for the week.
Chocolate Day – February 9
We all remember that dairy milk advertisement – “kuch meetha ho jaaye” (have something sweet). Well, that’s the concept of chocolate day. If there’s one thing that’s sweeter than love, it’s chocolate. Sharing chocolate with your loved ones is a way to make your bond stronger.
Your partner will love the gesture when you gift them a big box of chocolate or even small chocolate to romantically share together.
Teddy Day – February 10
A teddy is the best companion you have to cuddle and tuck into bed along with. It symbolizes love and care from your partner. The cute, stuffed toy brings back your childhood memories and you love the embrace of it. Gifting your partner a teddy shows that you care for them and you promise to be with them, always showing affection and care, fondling them in soft cuddles, and cheering them up whenever they need it.
Promise Day – February 11
Promises are meant for commitments and it’s important that you commit to your love all that they desire. Promise day signifies the need for the promise, trust, and commitment in a relationship and this is a day to offer all sorts of promises to your partner thereby strengthening the bond you have with an unbreakable string of commitment.
Hug Day – February 12
There’s no better way to express your love and care than holding your partner close to you in a warm, tight, and lovable hug. Hug day is a day to bring your partner closer to you and assure them that you’ll always be there to offer them this fuzzy feeling of a warm hug to make their problems vanish.
Kiss Day – February 13
Kiss day is to get closer further to your partner. Kisses are expressions of love and show commitment and closeness. They bring you and your partner closer as one and you get the feeling that you’d always be together in the thicks and thins of life. It’s a great feeling to find a cozy space, a private one, and share a romantic kiss on this day with your partner.
Valentine’s Day – February 14
After all the days of expression of love, care, and commitment in different ways, it’s finally Valentine’s day which is the ultimate day of love. It’s a day full of romance and love where you celebrate the romance and commitment with your partner in the most blissful way possible.
Be it getting loving gifts for your partner or planning special dinners and getaways, you have all the chance to get creative and offer a day full of romance, love, and care to your partner.
All Set to Celebrate Love?
Love is a strong feeling and you can celebrate it every single day. However, having a day specially designated for love has its own bliss, especially when it lasts for an entire week.
Valentine’s Week is the most special time for lovers and every day has its own importance. It’s great to celebrate love like that, isn’t it?
So, go ahead, and plan your week well and well in advance so that you and your partner have the best time loving each other during the special festivities!
Valentine’s Day is a world-famous festival among youngsters that celebrates their feeling of love for others! Valentine’s Day is not a single celebration, it is a long duration that continues for the complete week for seven days!
Valentine’s Day Week Calendar 2023
- Rose Day – February 7 (Tuesday)
- Propose Day – February 8 (Wednesday)
- Chocolate Day – February 9 (Thursday)
- Teddy Day – February 10 (Friday)
- Promise Day – February 11 (Saturday)
- Hug Day – February 12 (Sunday)
- Kiss Day – February 13 (Monday)
- Valentine’s Day – February 14 (Tuesday)
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Valentine’s Day Week Calendar 2022 (Monday to Monday)
- Rose Day – February 7 (Monday)
- Propose Day – February 8 (Tuesday)
- Chocolate Day – February 9 (Wednesday)
- Teddy Day – February 10 (Thursday)
- Promise Day – February 11 (Friday)
- Hug Day – February 12 (Saturday)
- Kiss Day – February 13 (Sunday)
- Valentine’s Day – February 14 (Monday)