The year 2023 is here, and so is the season of love. The entire month of February is dedicated to love, self-care, and well-being. Also, Valentine’s Week falls in February; this week is entirely dedicated to friendship, love, and companionship.
The arrival of Valentine’s Week fills people with joy and excitement for their loved ones.I doubt there will be very many people who don’t cherish love and bond with their partner. Valentine’s Week is not just for lovers; it’s for everyone whom you love, be it your parents, siblings, or friends.
People should be more vocal about their love for their loved ones on a regular basis, but Valentine’s Week makes it even more special. Valentine’s Week begins on February 7 and lasts until February 14. Most people who are in love wait for this week to make their partner feel special.
Valentine’s Week & List of All Days
The Valentine’s week is celebrated for a whole week and every day of the week signifies a new way to showcase love. Valentine’s week 2023 will start from 7th February and will end on the actual day of love 14th February.
Valentine’s Week 2022 Calendar
So here’s the complete list of the days of Valentine’s week with their meaning. Let’s have a look at the list of the days celebrated during the whole Valentine’s Week:
The first day of Valentine’s Week is celebrated on February 7th, and it’s called “Rose Day.” People around the world celebrate this day by giving roses to loved ones as a gesture of love and care. It is believed that the tradition of exchanging roses was started by the Victorians as a symbol of unspoken feelings.
Gifting a bouquet of flowers to your partner is a very beautiful way to celebrate and cherish the bond you have with him or her.
Most people gift red roses on Valentine’s Day, but you can also give pink, yellow, orange, white, lavender, or even blue roses to your loved one. A rose of every colour symbolises a different emotion.
The second day of Valentine’s Week is celebrated on February 8, and it marks “propose day.” It will take place on Wednesday this year.
This day marks the beginning of many relationships. A lot of people worldwide take it as an opportunity to approach their crush or secret love while confessing the love and feelings they have for him or her.
So, on this proposed date, stop stalking your crush and simply confess your feelings for him/her!
Who doesn’t love chocolate? Almost every person of every age loves chocolate. Chocolates make every occasion special and are one of the best gifting options.
So this Chocolate Day, gift some chocolate to your loved ones as a symbol of your love. Also, if you don’t have a companion who can do it for you, then buy them yourself and treat yourself.
So, this Chocolate Day, shower your loved one with chocolates and make your relationship even sweeter than before.
The fourth day of Valentine’s Week is celebrated on February 10, and it marks Teddy Day. People give Teddy Bears to their partners and loved ones. Gifting a fuzzy teddy bear to your partner is a very cute way to show your love for them.
Also, if you are a parent, what could be better than gifting your little one a little friend? There will hardly be a person who doesn’t get a smile on their face by simply seeing those fuzzy toys.
So on the occasion of Teddy Day, bring a smile to the face of your partner and gift them a teddy bear.
The fifth day of Valentine’s Week is celebrated on February 11, and it marks “Promise Day.” It is the most significant day of the week. Promises are the core pillar of any relationship, and fulfilling them is even more important.
This Promise Day, you have a chance to give the assurance of your love and respect to your partner. So promise them that you’ll give them a companion for life and that you’ll support them in their highs and lows.
This day holds great significance, so you need to make sure you fulfil all your promises.
The sixth day of Valentine’s Week marks “Hug Day,” which is celebrated on February 12. One hug from your partner or a loved one is enough to erase all your pain and sadness.
A simple hug gives a sense of security, and if you feel someone around you is going through a loss or a sad phase, just give them a tight hug and assure them you will never leave their side.
Hug and thank everyone who you believe helped you during your difficult times.
On February 13, Kiss Day is observed, and it is regarded as a special day during Valentine’s Week. Today is the day to confess your love to your significant other in the most passionate way possible.
In a relationship, kisses are a source of happiness and symbolise cosiness and closeness. It is an effective approach to express your love and confidence in your spouse. It is a positive indication of unity and cohesion.
So make the most of the opportunity to give your mate a lifetime of love and support.
The last day of Valentine’s Week is marked as Valentine’s Week, and February 14 is the day. Although Valentine’s Day is a Christian holiday that originated as a Christian feast day, people all over the world celebrate it with their partners and loved ones.
According to Christianity, this day is celebrated in memory of Saint Valentine of Rome, who was a priest and a physician and was martyred during the persecution of Christians during the time of Emperor Claudius II.
This day brings a lot of love and excitement for people worldwide, as people plan to celebrate their love and bond with the special one in their lives. So keep this festival of love true and make your relationship even more beautiful.
Celebrate this lovely day with your loved ones and make it memorable. Happy Valentine’s Day to all the beautiful people out there!