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Celebrate the Week Before the Valentine’s day

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Falling in love is beyond the control of human power but expressing is. One of the most romantic times of the year to say, “I love you” is Valentine’s Day. But, the day of love is not just limited to 14th February. It’s celebrated throughout the week.

The seven days of the Valentine’s week are as follows:

7 February- Rose Day

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Being the symbol of love and passion, rose day marks the start of the Valentine week.

8 February- Propose Day

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This day holds great significance for all those who have been eagerly waiting to go down on their knees.

Read: Creative Ways to Propose Marriage This Valentine’s Day

9 February- Chocolate Day

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According to a tradition, lovers exchange candies and sweets as a token of love during Valentine. According to some experts, chocolates not only have a divine taste and are filling but also can arouse an irresistible bliss and passion in you.

10 February- Teddy Bear Day

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Goes without saying, a cute adorable teddy bear is always a girl’s best friend. So, don’t forget to tickle your love with a soft toy.

11 February- Promise Day

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Love is not just about romance and gifts, it’s also about commitment. Dedicate this day to take new vows as a couple or rekindle the old ones.

12 February- Hug Day

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A hug is an expression of warmth and affection. Hug your partner tightly and show that you care.

13 February-Kiss Day

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Kiss your partner passionately to express your feelings and love.

14 February- Valentine’s Day

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Image via: www.washingtonpost.com

Here comes the most awaited day of the week- Valentine’s Day. Spend time with your partner and consider indulging yourself in things that reflects your relationship.

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Anchal Bhatia
An animal lover! Anchal is a blogger, writer, and a creative entrepreneur. After graduating in English from Delhi University, she dabbled briefly into the corporate sector. Soon she realized that entrepreneurship was her true calling and started her own network of blogs. Just like her if you are crazy about all things wedding or looking to plan one that’s beyond ordinary; you can visit her personal wedding blog for inspiration.
  • Raj Bhatia

    Very well presented.