List of the Days of Valentine's Week 2024 and its Significance

Valentines Week Day List
Valentines Week Day List

Valentine's Week 2024: The month of love, February, is back again, and so the Valentine's Week. People of all ages are already quite excited about it. February arrives with so many hopes, uniting two loving people into one, and many look forward to having quality time with their loved ones by going on romantic dates, being presented with gifts as a symbol of love, asking potential love interests, and also, courtesy of the celebration of Valentine's Day on February 14 across the globe.

Which Days are called Valentine's Week 

The Valentine's Day, however, is not only celebrated for one day. The love festival lasts a whole week. Before celebrating Valentine's Day, people also celebrate Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, and Kiss Day. And every single day carries its own significance. 

From When Valentine’s Week Start

Valentine's Week starts on February 7 each year and lasts until February 14. Couples as well as singles look forward to Valentine's Week throughout the year. Valentine's Week starts with Rose Day each year. Today we are going to discuss each day of Valentine's Week.

Rose Day - February 7

Each year, Rose Day is celebrated globally on February 7. Rose is considered a symbol of expressing feelings. Rose Day is considered to be a very good day to express your love. People express their love to their loved ones on Rose Day. On this day, people express their feelings by presenting with roses in front of the person they love.

Propose Day - February 8

February 8, the second day of Valentine's week, is celebrated as Propose Day. This day is considered very special for couples. On this day people propose to their loved ones and tell their feelings of hearts to them. On this day people express their love in front of the person whom they have been fond of for a long time. Many plan a surprise for their partner on the day of the proposal and propose by taking them out for a romantic dinner.

Chocolate Day - February 9

Chocolate Day is celebrated on February 9, the third day of Valentine's week starting from February 7. On this day, couples give chocolates to each other and express their love while having a good time. In fact, people of all ages, from children to old people, everyone loves to eat chocolate. Moreover, chocolate reduces mental stress and relieves body fatigue. In such a scenario, Valentine's Week becomes more exciting.

Teddy Day - February 10

The fourth day of the week of love or valentine's week is Teddy Day. Loved ones are in a mood of joy throughout this week. Teddy bears are very popular as a gift of love. Just as gifting to lovers warms the relationship, children also love teddy bears as gifts. Gifting and receiving teddies like cards, chocolates, and flowers are one of the fashions now. 

There is a kind of nobility in the gifting of teddy bears. And the most interesting thing is that it does not wither like a rose, it does not expire like a bar of chocolate. A teddy bear can be kept for years.

Promise Day - February 11

Promise Day comes on the fifth day of Valentine's week. Marking the day, the progress of any romantic relationship can be measured. First comes the love proposal, then sweetening the face with chocolates and then gifting soft teddies. Right after that, there comes the most important day, Promise Day. On this day, a loved one speaks to another loved one. They take an oath to be together for the rest of their lives.

When we start trusting each other in a relationship, start dreaming about each other, then we make promises, pledge to be together in different areas of life, and then our love is fulfilled.

Hug Day - February 12

Hug day is celebrated just two days prior to Valentine's Day. Hugging your partner passionately increases the feeling of love within you hundreds of times. Hugging someone not only transfers energy between us but also creates emotional closeness between lovers. 

If you could not tell your feelings to the person you love, hug her/him today and let her/him know how much you love him/her. A warm hug will convey your feelings to your partner.

Hugging is also very beneficial for health. Research shows that cuddling reduces stress, boosts confidence, and strengthens relationships. From this embrace, the body starts to touch the love gradually. Hugging someone for even 20 seconds releases oxytocin and neurotransmitters that act as natural stimulants.

Kiss Day - February 13 

Kiss Day, which is celebrated on 13th February, comes a day before Valentine's Day. Kiss Day is one of the romantic days of Valentine's Week that comes after Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, and Hug Day. 

On this day, lovers carve their love with a kiss. Valentine's Week is all about expressing your affection for your loved one, and a kiss is the best way to prove it. The feelings of the mind that cannot be expressed in words can be easily expressed through a kiss.

Valentine's Day - February 14

At last, Valentine's Day arrives on February 14 each year. Couples celebrate this day by spending quality time together, going on romantic dates, arranging candlelight dinners, making romantic gestures for each other, gifting each other, planning surprises, and more.


Although Valentine's Week has become quite popular over the years, many people believe that they don't need a specific day to celebrate their love. What are your thoughts on this belief? Are you planning to celebrate Valentine's Week this year? Well, we suggest you do not miss those amazing days of the romantic week. This week probably gives you some relief from the boring schedule of your life or work. This week also gives you the opportunity to relive and feel your first love.