The month of love is already here, and people are filled with joy. Many people look forward to spending time with their loved ones in February by going on romantic dates, giving them special mementos of love, asking their potential love interest out, and more, thanks to the universal celebrations of Valentine's Day on February 14. Valentine's Week List 2022 dates, days, celebrations, importance & more details have been listed below.
Valentine's Day is celebrated to remember Saint Valentine, a Catholic clergyman who lived in Rome in the third century. Several tales about Saint Valentine, however, have evolved over time. This celebration has become unduly commercialized over the years, with people making lavish gestures for their lovers and honoring love and camaraderie.
On this day, folks in love indulge in mushy gestures for their spouses and possible dates. Valentine's Day, on the other hand, is not commemorated on a particular day. The celebrations of love last for a week. People also celebrate Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, and Kiss Day before Valentine's Day. And each day is significant in its own right.
Rose Day- Feb 7 (Monday)
The celebrations for Valentine's Day begin a week ahead with Rose Day when individuals express their love by gifting roses to one another. The color of the flowers expresses the thoughts behind them as well. A red rose represents the emotion of love when given to a loved one. A yellow rose, on the other hand, represents friendliness.
Propose Day- Feb 8 (Tuesday)
The following day is designated as Propose Day. On this day, people confess their sentiments to their partner or someone they have a crush on, as the name suggests. On this day, many people propose to their partners.
Chocolate Day- Feb 9 (Wednesday)
Chocolate Day falls on the third day of Valentine's Week. On this day, people forget about their problems and exchange sweet and delectable chocolates. Many people lavish their spouses or crushes with a box of chocolates or an assortment of candy.
Teddy Day- Feb 10 (Thursday)
People in love give their spouses a cuddly teddy bear on the fourth day. The aim is to present your sweetheart with a soft toy to show your affection and make them happy. A charming teddy bear can lift someone's spirits and put a smile on their face.
Promise Day- Feb 11 (Friday)
Promise Day is observed on February 11th by couples. They commemorate this day by promising to stick together through thick and thin in order to strengthen their bonds. This Valentine's Day, the fifth day, is all about committing to making your love last.
Hug Day- Feb 12 (Saturday)
Hug Day falls on the sixth day of Valentine's Week. People hug their loved ones on this day to soothe them. When words fail to describe an emotion or a complicated circumstance, a hug might fix the problem. After all, nothing soothes emotional fissures, worries, or anxiety about the future like a huge warm hug.
Kiss Day- Feb 13 (Sunday)
Finally, every year on February 14th, the day of love is observed. This day is celebrated by couples by spending time together, going on romantic dates, executing romantic gestures for each other, gifting each other, organizing surprises, and other activities.
Valentine's Day- Feb 14 (Monday)
Finally, the day of love is celebrated on February 14 every year. Couples celebrate this day by spending time together, going on romantic dates, doing romantic gestures for each other, gifting each other, planning surprises, and more.
Though Valentine's Week has become quite popular in the past years, many believe they do not need anyone appointed day to celebrate their love. What do you think? Are you celebrating Valentine's Week this year?