On February 14, people throughout the globe celebrate love on Valentine's Day. The narrative of the renowned Christian saint St. Valentine, who assisted couples in getting married under the Roman Empire, is the inspiration for this holiday. Emperor Claudius detained St. Valentine after learning about the situation. Valentine fell in love with the jailer's blind daughter when he was being held in prison and awaiting death. He wrote her a letter addressed to "Your Valentine" before to his execution. This idiom is still in use today and is used on Valentine's Day all across the globe.
Every year, individuals give unique gifts and presents, flowers, and chocolates to honor their love for one another. People also celebrate their friendships, love, and passion for their family, friends, and loved ones. This is the reason why many couples wait all year and prepare unique celebrations for Valentine's Week. Valentine's Week begins on February 7 with Rose Day and continues until Valentine's Day on February 14. Let's learn about each of the seven days of Valentine's Week:
List for Valentine's Week
Valentine's Week begins on February 7, which is observed as Rose Day. People send red roses to their loved ones on this day in an effort to bring them love and happiness.
Propose Day is observed on February 8, which is the second day of the week. On this day, lovers are proposed to, their sentiments are expressed, and they get love proposals.
Couples celebrate Chocolate Day on February 9, which is the third day of Valentine's Week. It is seen as a sign of coziness and identity. To mark the day, people give their loved ones chocolates and treats.
Teddy Day is observed on February 10, which is the fourth day of Valentine's Week. People give teddy bears to their loved ones on this day.
Promise Day is observed on February 11, which is the fifth day of the week. Couples exchange pledges on this day because they want to strengthen their bond.
Hug Day is observed on February 12—the sixth day of Valentine's Week. There is no better way to communicate your love, care, and emotions to your loved ones than by giving them a loving embrace.
Kiss Day is observed on February 13 and falls on the seventh day of Valentine's Week. To communicate their love and sentiments, lovers and couples often give one other kisses.
Valentine's Day, observed on February 14 in honor of Saint Valentine, marks the conclusion of Valentine's Week. On this day, people surprise and make great gestures to their loved ones.