Valentine's Week Days List: Rose Day, Hug Day and other days of love in Feb
Updated On : 07 Feb 2019,01:45 PM
For those in love, the much-awaited Valentine’s Week is here. It’s the perfect time to let your loved ones know how much they mean to you. From planning a romantic date to long drives to exchanging gifts, these are some of the ways to express your love to your special ones. Beginning February 7, the week-long celebrations begin with Rose Day and ends on February 14 with the much-anticipated Valentine’s Day. Each day during the week holds a special significance. Do you know Valentine’s Week 2019 date list and significance of each day? If not, don’t worry, we have listed it below:
Rose Day – February 7: This day marks the beginning of Valentine’s Week. You can surprise your loved ones with a rose bouquet to express your admiration and respect for them. While a red rose is a symbol of love and romance, yellow roses symbolises friendship. White roses are synonymous with new beginnings, while pink roses convey feelings of happiness and admiration.
Propose Day – February 8: Propose Day will fall on Friday this year. It is the perfect day to convey your feelings to a special one. Surprise them with a perfect romantic date.
Chocolate Day – February 9: Celebrated on February 9, Chocolate Day is perfect to express your feelings to a friend, family or loved one by giving them chocolates. After all, who doesn’t love sweet treats?
Teddy Day – February 10: Surprise your friend or significant other by gifting him/ her a cute teddy bear to celebrate Teddy Day. This year, the Teddy Day falls on Sunday.
Promise Day – February 11: On Promise Day, people make promises for a lasting bond and beautiful relationship. Use this day to promise loyalty and love to your Valentine.
Hug Day – February 12: Go ahead and hug your friend, partner or your family members on this beautiful day. Celebrate the bond of closeness.
Kiss Day – February 13: Celebrated on February 13, seal your bond with a kiss this year.
Valentine’s Day – February 14: The most awaited day of the week, the day of love – Valentine’s Day is celebrated in honour of Saint Valentine, a 3rd-century Roman saint associated with courtly love. Make this day memorable for your beloved!