Valentine’s Week 2021; Why Teddy Day is Celebrated; Importance and Significance

New Delhi: Today is the fourth day of Valentine’s week. Teddy Day is the fourth important day of Valentine week celebrated every year on 10th February by the lovebirds. On this day, people give a teddy bear to their beloved to express their feelings of love and romance. The charm of an adorable teddy bear not only creates the perfect romantic aura but also makes your beloved or partner feel special.

Teddy bears are used to communicate different feelings to that special someone. Teddy bears are available in a variety of colors, different color of teddy bears are used to communicate different feelings to that special someone.

The red teddy bear symbolizes that love is in the air and describes the emotional intensity between two people in a relationship. If you express your innermost feelings to your beloved with a pink teddy and he/she accepts, then that means your lover has finally accepted your proposal. Orange is the color of energy, joy, and happiness. So, if you receive an orange teddy on Teddy Day that means your partner is soon going to propose you. You better be ready for a romantic proposal anytime soon. Gifting blue teddy symbolizes that you are madly in love with your partner and feel lucky to have them by your side. Green teddy shows that you have a strong emotional connection with your partner and you will always wait for them, no matter what. Receiving a white teddy is not a good sign because that shows the giver is already taken or committed. And if you end up receiving a brown teddy on Teddy Day that means you have broken the heart of your lover and you better make up for it soon.

Why Do We Celebrate?

Teddy Day is celebrated across the world by couples to communicate their true feelings for their partner by gifting soft and fluffy teddy bears. Apart from being the best expression of romantic feelings, the teddy bear offers the warmth of your love to your partner and it is something that they can hold in their arms as your memory when you are away from them.

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