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By Ramsha Nayab

Feb 7, 2023

The Seven Days of Valentine's Week!

Rose Day

Celebrated on February 7, Rose Day marks the start of Valentine's Week. On this day, lovers serenade their darlings with bunches of roses, with red roses being the most popular.

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Propose Day

Celebrated on February 8, Propose Day is for proposals of all sorts. It's the day to confess your love to your crush. If you're planning to propose, make it a memorable event by planning a perfect date with a gift, some flowers, a cake, and a date.

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Chocolate Day

Celebrated on February 9, Chocolate Day makes your bond unique with that one thing that's sweeter than love – chocolates. Gift them a basket of delicious homemade chocolates oozing with cream and truffles. 

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Teddy Day

Celebrated on February 10, Teddy Day brings back childhood memories of being cuddled. A teddy is a cute stuffed animal that brings all the cozy, sweet things to mind. Let your dear one know you're there forever, comfortable and huggable as that teddy you're handing over.

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Promise Day

Celebrated on February 11, Promise Day signifies the importance of commitment. On this day, you make a promise of going steady or being together and hold on to that promise forever.

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Hug Day

Hug Day, observed on February 12, provides a warm, beautiful expression of love — a comforting hug that speaks louder than words. For those few minutes, a hug makes all your problems disappear, so go ahead and give your loved one a tender hug.

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Kiss Day

On this day, February 13, new lovers share their first kiss of commitment, a kiss that means much more than all those behind people's backs stolen kisses.

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Valentine's Day 

Valentine's Day celebrated on February 14, is the culmination of Valentine's Week. It's a happy day, a celebration of love and commitment, and the blissful anticipation of finding one's ideal mate. Lovers take the day off to spend it however they want with their loved ones.

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