When is Valentines Day

When is Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day falls on February 14 as it does every year. Regardless of whether February 14 is on a weekday or weekend, Valentine’s Day is officially celebrated on that day.

Some couples take advantage of a Valentine’s Day Romance Package to stretch the occasion across a weekend.

When Valentine’s Day occurs on a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday, many couples take a romantic weekend getaway the weekend prior or the weekend after. That’s when they do the major celebrating, then simply mark the actual day with a kiss and a card.

If you can’t get away on February 14, you can always present your sweetheart with a love coupon, good for travel at a later date.

Valentine’s Week

Valentine’s Day event celebration is not for just a day, it is the major celebration which continues for the whole week. Below is the list of all valentine’s week days names and dates:

Rose Day: 7th of February

Propose Day: 8th of February

Chocolate Day: 9th of February

Teddy Day: 10th of February

Promise Day: 11th of February

Kiss Day: 12th of February

Hug Day: 13th of February

Valentine’s Day: 14th of February

Valentine’s Day is celebrated every year as a grand celebration for the youths including all groups of people all over the world. It held annually on 14th of February and celebrated by the people with lots of joy, happiness and enthusiasm. It brings a lot happiness and courage in the each and every relationship. It is the great celebration which strengthens and renovates the bond between each and every relationships. Variety of attractive, lovely, sexy and gorgeous greetings cards, gifts pack, messages, and etc are given by the loved one’s to their him/her loved one’s.

Valentine’s Day is also famous by the name “Saint Valentine’s Day” or the “Feast of Saint Valentine” which is commemorated yearly worldwide in many countries even after being a working day for all.

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