Why Flowers, Chocolate, Teddy bear, Cards deem as  the best gift on Valentine's day
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Why Flowers, Chocolate, Teddy bear, Cards deem as  the best gift on Valentine’s day

Why Flowers, Chocolate, Teddy bear, Cards deem as  the best gift on Valentine’s day

Why Flowers, Chocolate, Teddy bear, Cards deem as  the best gift on Valentine’s day

Valentine’s Day has been deemed as the perfect time of the year to show love to people one cares about.

It is a day set aside to celebrate Saint Valentine, a third century martyr whose feast day was the same as roman fertility day.

The day is celebrated on February, 14 where lovers express their affection with greetings and gifts.

Given their similarities, it has been suggested that the holiday has its origins in the Roman festival of Lupercalia, held in mid-February.

As an English name, it has been used occasionally since the 12th century which is observed on 14th of every February as the day to honour this “saint.”

The occasion celebration in Ghana is coincided with National Chocolate Day which was instituted in 2005 on February 14 every year to boost the domestic consumption of Ghanaian chocolate and other cocoa based products.

This gives a healthy orientation to the celebration of Valentine’s Day in Ghana notwithstanding the love showed to people on this unique day, either through a lovely word of message or the purchase of chocolate and flower to enhance relationship and gratitude to loved one.

In many occasions, people use flowers to demonstrate their love on that occasion  since its fragrance is said to be soothing and symbolises the soothing nature of love.

When done right, flowers is said to be the best gift to celebrate the occasion.

While one uses gestures throughout the rest of the year to tell their loved ones how they feel, Valentine’s Day has been set aside as a special day one can go all out with a loved one.

Expert believes that there are delightful and fragrant floral arrangements that one could use to put a smile on the face of a loved one during the occasion.

Flower, Flowering plant, Rose, Bouquet, Pink, Garden roses, Cut flowers, Plant, Rose family and Red are argued by many relationship experts to put lovers in the mood.

The expert suggest that If one is planning on sending flowers to a friend, they should try yellow roses, which symbolises friendship.

For something a little more romantic, put together a bouquet of long-stemmed red roses, which express passionate love to “Your Valentine.”

For an extra touch, mix red with pink roses, which represent poetic love and admiration, according to experts.

When looking for flowers for an intimate relationship, roses are probably the first to come to mind.

But they aren’t the only flower that symbolises love.

Delicate, exotic, and gorgeous, the orchid is a plant that represents luxury, delicate beauty, and strength.

Purple orchids are an elegant and universal flower that carry a lot of emotional weight and represent delicate beauty.

There’s no better gift to show that special someone how much they mean to you than the gift of flower.

Since the occasion in Ghana is coincided with National Chocolate Day, many purchase chocolate to gift that special someone with belief that the sweetness of the chocolate would symbolises the sweetness of the relationship they have.

Chocolate is a great gift of love aside flowers, when chocolate, flowers and  love message card are put together as gift for a loved one it improves intimacy  and friendship.

Notwithstanding the gift of Teddy bear, a symbolism of the presence of a loved one especially when one needs someone to lean on.

Teddy bear gives a good impression and makes a loved one feels the essence of warmth at the absent of the giver.

It also gives pleasant memories that would forever join lovers together as expert explained those gifts express sincere emotions.

This year’s Valentine falls on Sunday and people would definitely show their love in their individual homes to their lovers.

For this year, it has become impossible for event organisers to organise love events for couples as it has always been the norm.

The outbreak of coronavirus has changed narrative that has led many countries to be lockdown or a form of movement restrictions to contain the spread of the virus.

Spot On News says Spark your relationship with chocolate and flowers….as we wish you HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!

Source: www.spotonnews.net

Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

An Entertainment Columnist, Content Writer, Blogger, Novelist, Poet, and a Publicist. For business or story tip off, contact me on +233 24 646 6866 or email: spotonnews.net@gmail.com