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Valentine Week

Valentine Week is all about Love which celebrates in February from 07th February to 14th February. People who are in Love they celebrate each and every day with their lover and spend the quality time. The Valentine Week List 2020 is mentioned below in which you can see each day in the Valentine Week 2020.

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Valentine Week List 2020

This year Valentine Week will start from 07 February (Friday) and end on 14 February (Friday). The complete Valentine Day Week List 2020 is mentioned below where you can check out the Valentine Week Day Name, Dates and Days.

 

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7 Days Of ValentineDates of Valentine WeekDays Of Valentine Week
Happy Rose Day07 February 2020Friday
Happy Propose Day08 February 2020Saturday
Happy Chocolate Day09 February 2020Sunday
Happy Teddy Day10 February 2020Monday
Happy Promise Day11 February 2020Tuesday
Happy Hug Day12 February 2020Wednesday
Happy Kiss Day13 February 2020Thursday
Happy Valentines Day14 February 2020Friday

Valentine Week 2020 Images

Here you can find out the List Of Valentine Week 2020 in images. So you can download the Valentine Week List image and send it to your friends and love to remind that Valentine Week is here.

 

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7 Days Of Valentine Week

The 7 Days Of Valentine Week are mentioned below. These days lovers celebrate each day of the week with different perspectives such as Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Kiss Day, Hug Day and Valentine’s Day!

 

Happy Rose Day – 7 February

Celebrated on February 7, Rose Day marks the start of Valentine Week. On this day lovers serenade their darlings with bunches of roses, with red roses being the most popular. The theme of the day is roses, and the promise that roses bring – of freshness, fragrance and the everlasting beauty of love.

Happy Propose Day – 8 February

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, then make it a special event by planning a perfect date with a gift, some flowers, cake and a date that she or he will remember forever.

Happy Chocolate Day – 9 February

Celebrated on February 9, Chocolate Day makes your bond special with that one thing that’s sweeter than love – chocolates. Gift him or her a basket of delicious homemade chocolates oozing with cream and truffles. Insert some other gifts into the basket – who’s saying no? The main intent of the day is to let him or her know how sweet you find them.

Happy Teddy Day – 10 February

Celebrated on February 10, Teddy Day brings back childhood memories of being cuddled and tucked into bed securely by one’s parents. A teddy is a cute stuffed animal that brings all cosy, sweet things to mind. Let your dear one know that you’re there for ever, cosy and huggable as that teddy you’re handing over.

Happy Promise Day – 11 February

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. Make your love feel special on this day through thoughtful gifts and gift cards, specially selected with your promise in mind.

 

Happy Hug Day – 12 February

Celebrated on February 12, Hug Day provides a warm, beautiful expression of love — a comfortable hug that speaks more than words. A hug makes all your problems fly away for those few minutes, so go ahead, give your loved one a tender hug, letting him or her know that they’re loved, forever.

Happy Kiss Day – 13 February

Celebrated on February 13, on this day, new lovers share their first kiss of commitment, a kiss that means much more than all those stolen kisses behind peoples’ backs. This kiss means you’ll stick together no matter what. So find the perfect spot, hand over your thoughtful gift, and seal your promise with a tender kiss.

Happy Valentines Day – 14 February

Celebrated on February 14, Valentine’s Day culminates the Valentine Week. Lovers take the day off to celebrate the day as they wish, spending quality time with their loved ones. It’s a day of joy, of celebration of love and commitment and the blissful excitement of finding one’s perfect mate.

 

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