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List of All Special Valentine Week Days and 3D popup card

By Popup Cut on Dec 27, 2023

Valentine Week is an entire week from 7th February to 14th February, devoted to lovebirds, full of sweet gifts, confessions of love, hugs, and kisses!

Mark your calendar for Valentine’s Day and start preparing for a heartwarming celebration filled with sweet Valentine quotes. People celebrate Valentine’s Day week in a variety of ways – by presenting thoughtful gifts, spending quality time together, or expressing their love and affection for their beloved.

7th February: Rose Day

8th February: Propose Day

9th February:  Chocolate Day

10th February: Teddy Day

11th February: Promise Day

12th February: Hug Day

13th February: Kiss Day

14th February: Valentine’s Day

1. Rose Day

Rose Day, observed on February 7, serves as the official start of Valentine's Week. To show their love and to remind their loved ones of their presence, people present bouquets or roses.

And did you know that roses have special meaning on this day as well? A red rose represents love, a yellow rose represents friendship, a pink rose appreciation and admiration, and a yellow rose with red tips denotes the transformation of friendship into love and more.

2. Propose Day

On February 8, Rose Day is followed by Propose Day. As suggested by the name, people confess their love to their partner or crush on this day. Many even seize the chance to advance their romantic relationship.

3. Chocolate Day

The holiday known as "Chocolate Day" honors the purity of love that is expressed when giving chocolates as gifts. People exchange chocolates with their crushes or partners, forgetting about any negative feelings in their relationships, as chocolates are thought to be aphrodisiacs that can arouse feelings of love.

3. Teddy Day

Teddy Day is the fourth day of Valentine's Week. It is a celebration of all things cute. Sending a cuddly teddy bear or a cute soft toy that will make your crush or partner smile or help them unwind is the idea. The action shows how much someone loves their special someone.

4. Promise Day

Promise Day is observed on the fifth day of Valentine's holiday. The day aims to give couples a chance to declare their dedication to a lifetime of love. The promises couples make to one another strengthen the devotion, love, and care they have for one another.

5. Hug Day

The sixth holiday of Valentine's Week is called Hug Day. On February 12, people give their loved ones hugs to comfort them because, in cases where words fall short, the warmth of a caring person can do wonders. Hugging releases oxytocin, a hormone that helps people de-stress and lowers anxiety and depression. Hugging is a simple act of love and kindness. mending emotional rifts and future skepticism.

6. Kiss Day

Kiss Day is observed on February 13, the day before Valentine's Day. On this day, those who are in love exchange kisses to formally declare their love for one another. Kissing signifies intimacy, love, and commitment, making it the most private and pure act of love.

7. Valentine’s Day

Finally, Valentine's Day is observed on February 14 in all countries. Roses, chocolates, and other presents serve as symbols of romance and love on this special day. In many nations around the world, couples celebrate it. Traditionally, people give their special someone cards, flowers, or candy.

Valentine's Week, and particularly the day, is celebrated by people going on dates, giving their partners or crushes unique tokens of love, asking their potential partners out on romantic dates, participating in activities that their partners enjoy, making unique meals or gifts for them, and more.

Valentine's week is not just a time for romantic lovers! Your friends deserve love and attention too! Make sure that you convey your appreciation to lovely, crazy, fun friends in your life by sending them presents with Cut Popup cards.

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