VALENTINES DAY TRADITIONS
Some Valentines day traditions just like every other holiday, are really fun to do, but what if you do not know any tradition? Well keep reading so you have an idea in what to do.
But there is also some Valentines day traditions that might help you to
find love in this day, also some forgotten activities that would be nice
to bring back, and are guarantee to make everyone special and have a
good time. Some of the traditions that are follow for the countries that
celebrate this holiday are:
- ANEMONE: Dying love.
- DAISY: Innocence.
- FORGET-ME-NOT: True love.
- FUCHSIA: Elegance.
- LILY: Purity.
- PANSY: Loving thoughts.
- PERIWINKLE: Early friendship.
- POPPY: Consolation.
- SNOWDROP: Hope.
- SUNFLOWER: Warmth or feeling.
- TULIP: If its red, a powerful love, yellow means hopeless love.
Some men like to give a dozen of roses (some just one), and just like the last point, each color has a meaning:
- MOSS ROSE: I admire you from afar.
- ORANGE: I love you vigorously.
- PINK: Innocent love and happiness.
- PURPLE: I will love you forever.
- RED: True love.
- WHITE: I love you not.
- WILD ROSE: Uncontrollable desire.
- YELLOW: Jealousy.
Also you there is some Valentines day traditions that might help you
find the love of your life, or just to help you out to be with the
person you might desire, and some of those traditions are:
- Some people believe that if you visit a cemetery on St. Valentine
eve at midnight, and walk around the church twelve times, you will dream
that night of your future husband/wife.
- On Valentine's night, if
you go to a spot near your love's bedroom window and whisper their name
three times into the wind, you will gain his/her love.
- If you want to know who
you will marry, on Valentines Day, think of five names you want to marry
to, as you twist the stem of an apple, recite the names of these people
until the stem comes off, and you will marry the person whose name you
were saying when the stem fell off.
- If you want to see in your
dreams who would be the person who will be with you for the rest of
your life, on Valentines day eve, you should eata hard-boiled egg, and
also put five bay leaves in your pillow, this is one of the old
Valentines day traditions that are forgotten, but it was very popular
during the 17th century.
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