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Valentine’s Day Checklist

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Valentine's Day Checklist

Valentine’s day also called Saint Valentine’s Day and known as the day of Love. It’s the day of the year when you can show affection for another person by sending cards, flowers or chocolates. Anything that conveys your message of love.

Celebrated every year on the 14th February the day of love❤️ Valentine’s Day is a very old tradition, believed to originate from a Roman festival called Lupercalia. Celebrated in the middle of February – officially the start of their springtime. 

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The church turned it into a festival to celebrate a Catholic priest who lived in Rome in the 3rd Century called St Valentine too. Which became a way to express their feelings to those they loved.

Time to celebrate love and romance and share it with that special person in your life. Show them how much you love them. ❤️

Valentine’s Day Checklist

The day of Love
Plan Ahead

Most important step because it is a very busy day so make sure you know what you are doing before hand so you won’t be disappointed.

Romantic Meal

If you want to go to your favourite restaurant remember to book.

If you are cooking a romantic meal. Plan menu and the evenings events.


Buy a thoughtful card that conveys the feeling you want to share.

Think about making a card.


Chocolate is considered aphrodisiac so has become one of the most popular ways to show love.


Red roses are considered the traditional flower of love.


Create a romantic atmosphere.

Perfect diffused light for a cosy night romantic night.


Surprise trip away over night to a hotel.

Dont forget to set up music, candles, bubble bath, rose petals, Champagne and chocolates.


They are many gifts you could chose from on Valentines.

Ideas: Jewellery, perfume, champagne or wine, underwear, and spa days.


What a great day to make a proposal of marriage.

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