Feb 10, 2024, 03:45 PM IST
Teddy Day is celebrated on February 10th each year as part of Valentine's Week. Here's a brief history and significance of the day:
Teddy Day emerged as an extension of Valentine's Week, which itself is inspired by the tradition of celebrating love and affection. It gained popularity over time as people embraced the idea of gifting teddy bears as token of love.
Teddy Day falls on February 10th every year, precisely four days before Valentine's Day and is celebrated around the world. It serves as an occasion for couples to express their affection for each other by exchanging teddy bears or soft toys.
Teddy bears are widely regarded as symbol of love, comfort, and warmth. They evoke feelings of nostalgia, tenderness, and security. Gifting a teddy bear on this day symbolises the desire to provide comfort and companionship to loved ones.
On Teddy Day, couples often exchange teddy bears as gifts to convey their affection and fondness for each other. These cuddly toys are often personalised or chosen based on the recipient's preferences, making them cherished tokens of love.