Valentine’s Week Calendar 2021

Valentine's Week Days List 2021: Mark your calendar and celebrate Rose Day, Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Promise Day, Teddy Day, Hug Day, and Kiss days with your significant other!

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Valentine's Week Day Calendar or Date Sheet of Rose, Propose, Chocolate, Promise, Teddy, Hug and Kiss Day 2021

Valentine’s Week Day List 2021: Check Date Sheet of Rose, Propose, Chocolate, Promise, Teddy, Hug and Kiss Day 2021

Valentine’s Day is also known as St Valentine’s Day, which is celebrated every year on 14 February. This is an annual festival that celebrates love, and friendship when lovers show their affection to partners, family, and friends with gifts and greetings. The festival started as a Western Christian feast day in the honor of Christian martyrs named Saint Valentine. It is acknowledged for its significant cultural, religious, and celebration of love in many regions of the world. Nowadays, Cupid, doves, and heart-shaped outlines are used as symbols. The Valentine’s Week Calendar spans from February 7 to February 14.

Valentine Week Calendar 2021

No Day Date
Day 1 Rose Day February 7, 2021 (Sunday)
Day 2 Propose Day February 8, 2021 (Monday)
Day 3 Chocolate Day February 9, 2021 (Tuesday)
Day 4 Teddy Day February 10, 2021 (Wednesday)
Day 5 Promise Day February 11, 2021 (Thursday)
Day 6 Hug Day February 12, 2021 (Friday)
Day 7 Kiss Day February 13, 2021 (Saturday)
Day 8 Valentine’s Day February 14, 2021 (Sunday)

Anti Valentine Week List 2021

No Day Date
Day 1 Slap Day February 15, 2021 (Monday)
Day 2 Kick Day February 16, 2021 (Tuesday)
Day 3 Perfume Day February 17, 2021 (Wednesday)
Day 4 Flirt Day February 18, 2021 (Thursday)
Day 5 Confession Day February 19, 2021 (Friday)
Day 6 Missing Day February 20, 2021 (Saturday)
Day 7 Breakup Day February 21, 2021 (Sunday)

Valentine Week Days List 2021

Day 1- February 7, 2021 (Sunday): Rose Day

February is the month of love and it starts with Rose Day, which is celebrated on February 7. People in love give roses to their sweetheart to express their love.

Day 2- February 8, 2021 (Monday): Propose Day

The second day falls on February 8, which is called Propose Day. This is the special day when the lovers pop the question to their sweetheart.

Day 3- February 9, 2021 (Tuesday): Chocolate Day

Chocolate Day is the third day in the Valentine’s Week Calendar. It falls on February 9, where the partners in love share chocolates with each other.

Day 4- February 10, 2021 (Wednesday): Teddy Day

Another celebratory day in Valentine’s week is Teddy Day, which falls on February 10. People gift soft teddy bears to their loved ones.

Day 5- February 11, 2021 (Thursday): Promise Day

5th day of the love week is known as Promise Day, which is celebrated on February 11. On this day, promises are exchanged between couples for strengthening their relationships.

Day 6- February 12, 2021 (Friday): Hug Day

An expression of love and empathy, Hug Day is celebrated on February 12, where the loved ones share warm hugs with each other.

Day 7- February 13, 2021 (Saturday): Kiss Day

The seventh day of Valentine’s week is Kiss Day when people in love kiss each other. It is celebrated on the thirteenth of February.

Day 8- February 14, 2021 (Sunday): Valentine’s Day

In the Valentine’s Week Calendar, February 14 is the D-day called Valentine’s Day. On this day, people in love surprise their valentine with several gestures.

Valentine Day History

Valentine of Rome and Valentine of Terni are honored on this day. They were Christian martyrs in whose memory February 14 is celebrated as St. Valentine’s Day. According to an 18th-century embellishment to the legend, it is declared that Saint Valentine wrote a farewell letter to the jailer’s daughter. The letter was signed “Your Valentine” and it was written prior to his execution. There is another version which states he carried out weddings for Christian soldiers who were not allowed to marry.

Valentine Day Facts

  1. This day the romantics send letters that are addressed to Verona, Italy to “Juliet” from the timeless “Romeo and Juliet.”
  2. In the 19th century, Richard Cadbury started the tradition of presenting a box of candy.
  3. The very 1st Valentine letter was written from a prison in the early 15th century.
  4. ‘Sweethearts’ Candies Started as Lozenges
  5. Cupid began as a Greek God

Valentine Day Origins

It is believed to have started from a Roman celebration called Lupercalia in February. In this festival, young men drew names of young ladies from a crate. During the celebration, both were girlfriends and boyfriends, who often get married. Afterward, the church decided to utilize it to recall St Valentine as well. Step by step, St Valentine’s name began to be utilized by individuals to communicate their emotions to those they adored.

Valentine Day Traditions

In Denmark, sweethearts and friends exchange pressed white flowers instead of roses. The flowers are called snowdrops.
In France and other countries, Valentine’s Day cards are a popular tradition.
In China, the equivalent of Valentine’s Day is Qixi, during which young women make melon offerings to Zhinu to find a good husband.

Valentine’s Day: A Day of Romance

This is a festival which is celebrated for romantic love, admiration, and friendship. This day of romance is celebrated with various gifting options such as fragrance, dinners, jewelry, proposals, and weddings.

2021 Valentine Week FAQs

1Who is Cupid?

Cupid is the ancient Roman God of love, who appears like a winged infant who carries a bow and a quiver of arrows. The people on whom the arrows are shot at, get inspired with love/passion.

2What is the date of Teddy Day 2020?

It is celebrated on February 10.

3Which day is 7th Feb to 14th Feb 2020?

The love week starts with Rose Day followed by Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, Kiss Day, and finishes with Happy Valentines Day.

4When we celebrate Break Up Day?

21st February each year.