When is Rose Day Celebrated?
Rose day starts off with the highly anticipated Valentine’s week of the year. Valentine’s Day is commonly celebrated in memory of St. Valentine who was known to be of generous support to people in love during more conservative times. Celebrated on 7th February each year, Rose Day is one of the more iconic and widely celebrated days of this week. As flowers are the most common way to express love, most of all roses make this Day a celebration for one and all. People show this love by gifting roses as a sign of appreciation in close relationships that they cherish. People have widely associated the different colours of the roses by implying different meanings.
Valentine’s Day Flowers meaning is as mentioned below;
- Red roses are the traditional symbols of love, beauty, and passion
- Pink roses are often associated with grace, elegance, and happiness
- Yellow roses are a symbol of cheer, friendship, and warmth
- White roses are associated with purity, spirituality and innocence
- Orange roses often symbolize vigour, vibrancy, enthusiasm, and energy
People on Rose Day showcase their love to their partners, friends, or even family. Valentine’s Day has long been a major festival of the year where people express their love. Valentine’s week’s recent acceptance into the mainstream celebrations has given us an entire week’s worth of celebration of love.
Here’s How Valentine’s Week looks like each year;
1) Rose Day is celebrated on 7th February 2021
2) Propose Day is celebrated on 8th February 2021
3) Chocolate Day is celebrated on 9th February, 2021
4) Teddy Day is celebrated on 10th February, 2021
5) Propose Day is celebrated on 11th February, 2021
6) Hug Day is celebrated on 12th February, 2021
7) Kiss Day is celebrated on 13th February, 2021
8) Valentine’s Day is celebrated on 14th February, 2021