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Valentine's Day Special #4 - Welcome The Month Of Romance With The Valentine Week List-2019

By Anubha Das

Updated - Jan. 12, 2019 5 min read

As the Valentines Day approaches on this 14th of February, couples are gearing up to please their partners in the most unique and exquisite ways. The auspicious day gracing the short month of February with festivities and affection is considered to be a very important milestone marking the bond of a couple. The day does not even spare the singles as wherever you'll go you would find heart shaped stuff and people planning their week around the day of love. As you witness the percentage of love rising in the air, know whats and hows of the most awaited valentine week of 2019.

 

The Tradition Of Celebrating Love-Valentines Day

As per history, the day first became associated with romantic love within the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century, when the tradition of courtly love flourished. In 18th-century England, it evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery, and sending greeting cards (known as "valentines"). In Europe, Saint Valentine's Keys are given to lovers "as a romantic symbol and an invitation to unlock the giver’s heart", as well as to children, in order to ward off epilepsy. Valentine's Day symbols that are used today include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid.valentine-week-2018-calendar

 

Now that we know a tad about Valentines Day, let's start with the Valentines Day List of 2019.

 

Rose Day-7th February

 

The Valentine week of 2019 starts with Rose day which marks the most gentle yet beautiful way of conveying your delicate feelings to someone. Traditionally a red rose is gifted to one's partner to showcase one's love, however, they can also be presented to someone you're not romantically involved with. Roses come in varied colors like white, yellow, pink, lilac & purple, orange, multi-colored etc. Let the gentleness and rejuvenating aroma of the rose(s) fill both of your lives.valentine-week-2018-calendar-rose-day-image

 

Propose Day-8th February

 

The next on the Valentine Week list is a day that brings the courage to bring one's emotions from their hearts and minds to surface and become vocal about their feelings. Propose day is usually celebrated by confessing to one's significant other about how much you love them if you're already with someone and if not, confession to someone you've been crushing on from a long time! The day marks a lot of stability and reliability to a relationship.valentine-week-2018-calendar-propose-day-image

 

Chocolate Day-9th February

 

Valentine week is all about sweet gestures and what is better than Chocolate Day. Chocolates are known to produce happy hormones in the brain just like when you're near your partner and/or are spending some quality time together. Let this chocolate day bring you both closer as you wipe chocolate off their face and go back to indulging the amazing chocolate.valentine-week-2018-calendar-chocolate-day-image

 

Teddy Day-10th February 

 

What better than softy teddies to fill their cozy rooms with more of your love and warmness! Get one for your significant other and let it compensate a little for your absence when you can't be there, next to them, during their sleepless nights. After the chocolate rush, the next thing on the Valentine Week list is Teddy Day. Teddies can be the perfect way to make your relationship goals the cutest, especially if the teddy is a life-size one.valentine-week-2018-calendar-teddy-day-image

 

Promise Day-11th February

 

Keep all the fancy notions of your love and lovers for this day and express them with a promise of authenticity and transparency. Promise not just your partner but yourself of always taking care of them and your precious bond. Let this day mark the countless promises you both have stood upon and many more to come.valentine-week-2018-calendar-promise-day-image

 

Hug Day-12th February 

 

It is believed that when two people hug their heartbeat synchronize each other's rhythm and beat together. Hugging is the best way to say you care. There is also a research will says that one needs four hugs a day to survive and around eight to grow. Hugs can prove to be a healing agent and there is nothing more warming. Pass on a warming hug to the ones around to tell them how much they mean to you, be it your partner, your mother/father/sibling this Valentine Week.valentine-week-2018-calendar-hug-day-image

 

Kiss Day-13th February 

 

Mark your valentine with a kiss as you feel their skin brush against your own. There is no better feeling than to get a kiss from your significant other especially if it's under a starry night and the light of the moon. Never hesitate on asking for kisses and plant some when they are not looking to surprise them with a blush. Also, forehead kisses can resolve the most complex of conflicts as they are out of the world.valentine-week-2018-calendar-kiss-day-image

 

Valentines Day-14th February

 

Finally comes the most coveted day of the month, the Valentine's Day. Plan out an exquisite fine dine night or simply cook together for a candle night under the stars. Let this day make you feel all the love you deserve and let yourself lose in the arms of your lover. Surprise them with some beautiful gifts or simply get cozy with some Netflix and pizza. Have a lovable and lovely Valentines guys!valentine-week-2018-calendar-valentines-day-imahe

 


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FAQs

 

Q: Which is the most popular day of Valentine’s Week?

A: Every day is important in the Valentine week list, though the most popular one is the Rose Day.

 

Q: What is the origin of valentine's week?

A: As per history, the day first became associated with romantic love within the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century, when the tradition of courtly love flourished.

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