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Third day of the Valentine week – Chocolate Day

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Valentine’s Day is the most awaited day of the year for all the lovers in the world. Since this year we are celebrating the Valentine week we have 7 days to prepare. The 9th February of each year or the third day of the Valentine week is celebrated as Chocolate day of the Valentine week.

Chocolate Day

This day is used to spread love using chocolates. Get sweet and tasty chocolates for your lover or life partner on this day. Here are some of the suggestions that can help you in deciding the right gift.

Blessed life:

carnation flowers

The first one is a simple combo of red carnation flowers and a Ferrero Rocher chocolate box.The carnations are wrapped in white paper and tied using a red ribbon. Either get these delivered to the doorstep or take it with you when you go and visit your lover on Chocolate day.

First date:

red carnation bouquet

Second one is a gift combo that can be used as the gift for your first date. This is a combo of a red carnation bouquet and 5 dairy milk chocolates. There are 12 red carnations that are wrapped in a white paper and tied using a red ribbon.

Blazing romance:

red roses

A bunch of red roses tied using a red ribbon is always the best you can give to your lover when you are going to propose to her. The Cadbury celebration chocolate box with this combo will make her day.

Perfect paradise:

seasonal flowers

Dairy milk is the favorite chocolate for kids and adults. The next combo has a bunch of 12 purple orchids and some seasonal flowers with the two chocolate bars. Meet your Valentine on 9th February and share the chocolates while you enjoy the day with your love.


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