Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it

Ready with your Valentine Day gift ideas? Here are some other days celebrated prior to the main day.

Love Sutra Love Sutra Feb 06, 2018
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Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it

Marking a week in the calendar to celebrate love is nothing but taking out some extra time for your loved ones. Some may not believe in dedicating specific days for love, but the Valentine Week is like a driving force for doing something special and indulge in love and togetherness.

February 7 onward, each day is dedicated to something related to love. It may sound cliche and you love it or hate it, these days are here to stay. At least the gifting companies and other marketing gurus will not let these days be forgotten!

Here is a quick guide for you on Valentine Week 2018:

Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it

Rose Day: Begin your Valentine Week by celebrating Rose Day on February 7. Celebrate this day by exchanging some beautiful flowers. While Red Roses are for lovers, Rose Day also extends to friends, who usually share yellow roses with each other on this day.

Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it

Propose Day: It is the most interesting day of Valentine Week 2018. February 8 is Propose Day and if you manage to express your feeling for the person you love, the entire week will become very special. On this day lovers declare love and ones who are ready to take the leap , can propose marriage to the person they love. You won't find a better time to express your feelings than on Propose Day?

Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it

Chocolate Day: Well we would say that every day should be a Chocolate Day. Chocolate is everyone's favourite and sweet indulgence can make great memories. Do not let February 9 be a waste. Spread sweetness around in the life of your Valentine.

Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it

Teddy Day: February 10 is dedicated to our furry friends. Gifting cuddly soft toys to your Valentine will surely bring a smile. Those who doesn't believe in mushy-mushy can skip it for cute little teddy.

Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it

Promise Day: There are significant days like Promise Day. On February 11 people do something that more meaningful and rising above the material aspects of Valentine's Day. This day reminds the value of promise which is the foundation of a prosperous relationship.

Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it

Hug Day: Sometimes, a warm hug is all you need. It can take away all difficulties and pain from life. February 12 is the official day to hug and make people feel loved and cared for. If you are in a long term relationship remember that a simple hug can make things easier. It is time to share a warm hug.

Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it Valentine Week 2018: The celebration begins tomorrow, gear up for it

Kiss Day: February 13, a day ahead of Valentine's Day, is Kiss Day. At times words fail, it is best to express your feelings with a kiss and make this day beautiful. Make your loved ones feel special.

The countdown to Valentine Week 2018 has begun. Celebrate the way you like and do share your love story with us. Go out or stay indoors but do make an effort to make your loved one feel special, on this year's Valentine's Day.

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