Everything You Need To Know About Valentine’s Day And Valentine’s Week

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February is a month that brings in the positive vibes in our life and especially Valentine’s week is the most celebrated one. We all might be aware of Valentine’s Day and the celebrations but do we actually know the significance and the reason behind those celebrations. So, we thought of helping you in knowing the significance of Valentine’s Day better and crafted this article, just have a read.

Also Read: Why every day should be Valentine’s day!

Valentine’s Day

We all know Valentine’s Day as just a special day for showering some extra love on those you feel your life would be just incomplete without.

Valentine’s Day also known as the Saint Valentine’s Day or the Feast Of Saint Valentine is a feast honoring Saint Valentine of Rome and a few other saints. It is recognized as a significant cultural and commercial celebration around the world. It is not a public holiday in any country around the world.

History Behind The Celebrated Day

Saint Valentinus is a saint from Rome who performed weddings for soldiers who were not allowed to marry. He was imprisoned for doing this thing. He also received a death sentence and he wrote a letter to the daughter of the jailer before his execution. He signed the letter with the sentence ‘From Your Valentine’ in the end. Saint Valentinus was buried on February 14.

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Valentine’s day is nothing associated with love until the middle age. The celebrations in England during the 17th Century began to resemble the current day celebrations.

But these days as we all know has become more of business all over the world. But you try to preserve the beauty and in it don’t commercialize it, try to customize it as much as you can and preserve the love and spread it all over.

Fun Facts About Valentine’s Day

❤ Men spend double the amount of money on Valentine’s Day gifts than women

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❤ Valentine’s Day is the second most popular day for sending greeting cards after Christmas

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❤ Men buy 73 percent of all the flowers sold on Valentine’s Day

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❤ Women buy 85 percent of the total sale of Valentine’s Day cards

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❤ About 9 million people buy gifts for their pets on Valentine’s Day

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❤ Around 50 million roses gets exchanged on Valentine’s Day all over the world

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❤ Around 36 million heart-shaped chocolate boxes are sold on Valentine’s Day every year

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❤ About 15 percent of women send flowers to themselves on Valentine’s Day

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❤ Richard Cadbury invented the Valentine’s Day candy box in the 19th century which is a popular gift option now

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Valentine’s Week Celebrations

Valentine’s Day is celebrated all through a week as we all know. The celebrations begin from February 7 and end with D Day on February 14. There is normally a special significance for each day during the week-long celebrations. So, now take a look at Valentine’s week celebrations.

February 7 – Rose Day

People as a sign of love exchange roses on this very first day of Valentine’s week. A rose usually given to express the love towards the significant other and red as a symbol of love red roses are exchanged on this day of the week-long celebrations.

So, surprise your loved ones with a bunch of roses on the rose day in Valentine’s week 2018

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February 8 – Propose Day

The second day of the week is the propose day which gives all the people in love an opportunity to express their love to the ones’ they are in love with. You have to create your own style of proposing rather than imitating any hero from Bollywood.

Customize your proposal and surprise your love.

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February 9 – Chocolate Day

There comes the third day of the week-long celebrations and it is obviously celebrated if your love accepts your proposal that you did the earlier day. If he/she accepts your love, then you can celebrate this day by showing them some love by presenting them chocolates.

Chocolates are everyone’s favorite and take this opportunity to impress your love by presenting them with a chocolate box.

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February 10 – Teddy Day

The fourth day of Valentine’s week gives you the opportunity to gift your love with a teddy bear.

But I think this concept is made thinking of girls in mind. Do guys also like teddys’? I don’t think so.

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February 11 – Promise Day

This fifth day is considered as one of the important days of the week. During this day the couple will make promises to each other to stay together till the last breath.

Check some amazing and interesting promises you can make to your loved ones to promise this Valentine’s week 2018

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February 12 – Hug Day

The sixth day of the week-long celebrations is celebrated with hugs. People celebrate this day by hugging each other as hugging is considered as a strong gesture to express your emotions.

So, just hug your loved ones to show them how much you love them.

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February 13 – Kiss Day

The seventh day of the week is also the most popular day of the celebrations. This is a really sweet gesture of showing your love towards those you love. So, just plant a kiss on them to express your love.

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February 14 – Valentine’s Day

This is the last and D day of the week-long celebrations. This is the day that gives everyone the opportunity to express their true, genuine love towards someone.

While Valentine’s Day is a really huge celebration all over the world, true love can be celebrated on any day. So have the same love and shower the same love on your loved ones’ all through the year.

Also Read: #ValentineDay – Valentine’s Special Recipes: Easy And Quick Bites

If you have your loved ones’ by your side, then every day should be a Valentine’s Day for you. So, let the love spread all the time like every day is a Valentine’s Day.

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