Teddy Day

Teddy Day is the fourth day of the Valentine’s week which is being celebrated very enthusiastically on annual basis on 10th of February.

Updated: June 16, 2020

Teddy Day is the fourth day of the Valentine’s week which is being celebrated very enthusiastically on annual basis on 10th of February by the youths and other interested people. It has been started celebrating as an international event celebration in almost all the regions of every country now a days.

While Valentine's Day itself is celebrated with chocolates, candies, flowers and heart-shaped gifts, the week leading up to it is also celebrated as the week of love. It is a time when love is in the air. Couples celebrate Valentine's Week by marking each day with a special significance. The week starts on 7th of February with Rose Day when people in love give their loved ones roses as a symbol of their affection. Promise Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Kiss Day are other days in this love-filled week where you will get plenty of opportunities to convey your love. Valentine's Week finally ends on February 14, with Valentine's Day.

This great event of the Valentin's week is celebrated by gifting the loved ones a lovely and attractive teddy. It is mostly celebrated by couples and youths.
Teddies are mostly liked by the women, girls and children. So wishing the loved ones by giving teddy can make this day very special. Sending a valentine teddy on this day to wife, partner, spouse, friends, and other loved ones has become famous all over the world. 

Teddies are the soft toys that looks very attractive and cute. It can change anyone's mood to make them happy. People can present it by the post, courier or by hand to their love. These are the toys that can be a good house decoration forever and will be there as good memories. Although teddies have no real hearts, no real voice and body, still these can freshens the moods of your loved ones to make them happy and indicate your feelings towards them as they are stuffed with love and affection.

You can make teddy day even more special by:
  • Gifting a beautiful teddy to your sweetheart on this day. Choose the color of the teddy that is most liked by your soul mate.
  • Gifting a sweet smiling teddy to him/her early in the morning to surprise. You can also courier your gift at his/her address to give surprise. An adorable teddy bear is the cutest way to let your significant other know how much they mean to you.
  • Decorating the room of your loved ones with lots of smiling teddies is also a nice idea to wish him/her a very happy teddy day.
  • Sending a text message, voice message, or do a video calling to surprise your loved ones on this day.
  • Taking him/her out in the evening for a nice outing to have some dinner and lots of talk. You can also make your soul mate happy at this day by involving in the activities what he/she likes.

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