February 6, 2019 4:20:41 pm
For those in love, the much-awaited Valentine’s Week is all about special gifts and messages exchanged with their loved ones. Beginning February 7, the week-long celebrations start off with Rose Day and end with Valentine’s Day on February 14. Erstwhile, observed in honour of Saint Valentine, these days the festivities have taken on a new meaning.
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Celebrated on February 7, this day marks the beginning of Valentine’s week. You can surprise your loved one with a rose to signify the everlasting beauty of love in your relationship. While a red rose is a traditional symbol of love, a pink rose conveys feelings of admiration and happiness. And while white roses are synonymous with new beginnings, yellow roses are a symbol of friendship.
Celebrated on February 8, as the name suggests, this day is perfect if you want to convey your feelings to a special one. Make it spectacular by planning the perfect date.
Celebrated on February 9, Chocolate Day is perfect to indulge in delectable chocolates. After all, who doesn’t love sweet treats?
Celebrated on February 10, bring a smile on someone’s face by gifting him/her a cute teddy. Never underestimate the power of cuddles to take your blues away.
Celebrated on February 11, this is the most significant day of Valentine’s Week. Take your time and think about all the beautiful things you would like to promise to your Valentine.
Celebrated on February 12, the day is celebrated by embracing each other in a warm hug. Celebrate the bond of closeness.
Somebody rightly said, “A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous.” Celebrated on February 13, seal your bond with a kiss this year.
Celebrated on February 14, it’s a special day, dedicated to love! Make this day memorable for your beloved. Create a schedule to enjoy each other’s company.
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