Valentine’s Day worldwide celebration
There is nothing very special in if the Valentine’s Day or any occasion of love is celebrated the world all over. Yes, love is certainly a universal or global phenomenon where every creature has its own right to enjoy the same in its own unique manner or pattern. Similar is the case of human beings! We, the humans have found this day so special that every corner of this world starts celebrating the theme and fervor of Valentine’s Day. Whether it is US, UK, Europe or Asia, we can find the unleashing celebrations going over the sky! People today feel pleasure in discussing and finalizing the dates for weeks in advance and you can just understand the importance and vitality of this occasion of love. Though the sense of celebrations may vary depicting the cultural or regional influences yet the core concept of celebrations always remain the same.
Celebration in USA
The Valentine’s Day is very popular today and every age group celebrates it in his or her way. The children enjoy in the schools with their classmates and in home, they exchange gifts with the neighborhood. On the other hand, the teenagers and adults have their own specific ways celebrate the occasion with exchange of gifts, dancing and singing. They arrange parties where they hung with their soul mates. But, the biggest shift which we can see today is that even married couples or pairs also participate in the celebrations. The ‘romance only theme’ has been just excluded in US and Canada, representing a different aspect of love.
Valentine in UK
England is a location on this Earth where love is expressed through words and food. Dancing and singing are also enjoyed at the fullest. You can easily find the baked Valentine buns along with raisins, plums and caraway seeds. Children are also awarded with sweets and gifts. At the top remains the effect of words that can express the love in the best manner. Yes, the tradition of UK represents the culture of expressing love through poems, verses, phrases and excellent idioms. The national dailies of the country start printing sonnets, poetry and verses in their columns much before the occasion. On the other hand, you can simply find unmarried women and men participating in numerous games and exchanging cards on the occasion.
Celebration in other countries
In Italy, people find it very sexy to exchange gift baskets and sweets. Women like to remain away from their ‘to be husbands’.
France will show you similar genes of celebration to that of UK with playing some popular love games.
Only romantic love interests find places in Spain with exchange of flowers, notes and gifts. On the other hand, Denmark represents a different culture with sending gift cards to valentines who contain poems and verses. Flowers also called ‘snowdrops’ are also popular here.