Valentine's Week 2021: Countdown from Rose Day to Valentine's Day

After the rollercoaster of a year that 2020 has been, thanks to coronavirus, quarantine and social isolation, we are all looking for reasons and excuses to celebrate, so after New Year's people all around the globe are ready to jump on the Valentine's wagon and celebrate love this February. While Valentine's Day is on February 14, over the years the week prior to Valentine's Day has also become a important part of V-day celebrations and is known as Valentine's Week. It begins on February 7, which marks Rose day, followed by Propose Day (February 8), Chocolate Day (February 9), Teddy Day (February 10), Promise Day (February 11), Hug Day (February 12), Kiss Day (February 13) and, finally, Valentine’s Day. Here's hoping you have a wonderful Valentine's week and day!

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Happy Rose Day: Rose Day kicks off Valentine's Week, on this day people share different coloured roses with each other depending on the kind of relationship they have or want with each other. White roses signifiy peace and purity, yellow are for friendship, pink for affection and red for love.(Unsplash)

Happy Rose Day: Rose Day kicks off Valentine's Week, on this day people share different coloured roses with each other depending on the kind of relationship they have or want with each other. White roses signifiy peace and purity, yellow are for friendship, pink for affection and red for love.(Unsplash)

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Happy Propose Day: Profess your love, admiration and more to the one you love on the occasion of Propose Day, you never know, you might just get lucky!(Unsplash)

Happy Propose Day: Profess your love, admiration and more to the one you love on the occasion of Propose Day, you never know, you might just get lucky!(Unsplash)

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Happy Chocolate Day: They say the way to the heart is through the stomach and what is a better treat for the taste buds than chocolate. Chocolate is a well known aphrodisiac and the perfect gift to give a loved one.(Unsplash)

Happy Chocolate Day: They say the way to the heart is through the stomach and what is a better treat for the taste buds than chocolate. Chocolate is a well known aphrodisiac and the perfect gift to give a loved one.(Unsplash)

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Happy Teddy Day: Getting a stuffed toy from one's near and dear ones is always special, as is giving it to someone. On Teddy Day, people give teddy bears to those they love.(Unsplash)

Happy Teddy Day: Getting a stuffed toy from one's near and dear ones is always special, as is giving it to someone. On Teddy Day, people give teddy bears to those they love.(Unsplash)

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Happy Promise Day: A promise between lovers is something that is considered unbreakable, just like one hopes the bond between those in a relationship would be. On Promise Day lovers promise to do everything they can to preserve their relationship.(Unsplash)

Happy Promise Day: A promise between lovers is something that is considered unbreakable, just like one hopes the bond between those in a relationship would be. On Promise Day lovers promise to do everything they can to preserve their relationship.(Unsplash)

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Happy Kiss Day: They say a good kiss can convince you that you're in love, so seal the deal with your partner/crush/spouse with a kiss and let them know how you feel on Kiss Day.(Unsplash)

Happy Kiss Day: They say a good kiss can convince you that you're in love, so seal the deal with your partner/crush/spouse with a kiss and let them know how you feel on Kiss Day.(Unsplash)

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Happy Valentine's Day: Valentine's week culminates with Valentine's Day, where partners, spouses, lovers, friends, family, among others express their love for each other be it with gifts, messages or gestures.(Unsplash)

Happy Valentine's Day: Valentine's week culminates with Valentine's Day, where partners, spouses, lovers, friends, family, among others express their love for each other be it with gifts, messages or gestures.(Unsplash)

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