Friday, February 11, 2011

Pink Saturday - February 12th

Celebrating Valentine's Day with Beverly at How Sweet the Sound on Pink Saturday.




Valentine 's Day in Japan: Japanese welcome this day by preparing chocolates in their homes. It is the day when women come forward and gift chocolates to their beloveds. Men in turn are supposed to compensate this favor of love after a month that is on 14th March. This day is termed as “White's Day”. Flowers make a special presence on Valentine's Day. Japanese are very fond of flowers. You will find their houses well-decorated with colorful and vibrant flowers. This evokes a sense of happiness and joy.


Valentine's day in United Kingdom: People of UK share a great fascination for this day. Gifts make a profound presence in the celebration of Valentine's Day. Lovers greet each other by exchanging beautiful gifts. Apart from other gifts, flowers make their major presence on this day. You will find many flower shops well-decorated with some colorful flowers. Cities go for a makeover. Lanes are beautifully decorated with balloons and soft lights. Even the magazines publish special columns on love. Couples are seen cuddling each other everywhere. Children are equally excited on this day. In short, you can smell the sweet fragrance of love all over UK on Valentine's Day.


Valentine 's Day in Italy: Valentine's Day is better acknowledged as a spring festival calling for loads of excitement and thrill. You will find people rejoicing and dancing everywhere. Couples host lavish dinner parties calling their close friends. Some couples even prefer to treat themselves with mouth-smacking delicacies. Chocolates and flowers are commonly used to mark the importance of this day.



Valentine 's Day in Denmark: In Denmark, lovers celebrate this day by sending gifts and flowers to their partners. White flowers most popularly follow the notion. Men in order to confuse their beloveds send unsigned gifts to them. If the lady is smart enough to find out the receiver, she is rewarded with an Easter egg. (an Easter Egg!!?)


And one I just couldn't resist!




"Don’t wait until it’s too late to tell someone how much you love, how much you care. Because when they’re gone, no matter how loud you shout and cry, they won’t hear you anymore."-unknown

Can't forget the jewellery! Amore - the key to my heart and a pearl for faithfulness. This pendant is made up of a sterling silver key, a heart charm and a pear shaped freshwater pearl. It hangs from a sterling silver oval link chain and securely closes with a sterling silver lobster clasp. Two sterling silver beads kiss the back of your neck. Total length 18" with the pendant adding another inch. It's available at GracieJewellery


Have a Happy Valentine's Day!

6 comments:

  1. Love the last Valentine...lmbo
    Thank you for the lessons in love.

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  2. That pendant is awesome! Have a happy weekend.
    God Bless,
    Shirley

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  3. I love all the pinks you chose to show today except for poor cupid...lol.... Happy Valentine's Day and Pink Saturday.

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  4. Happy Pink Saturday!


    Love your romantic pendant!



    ~ Gabriela ~

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  5. Oh I love LOVE! Particularly when it is pink.

    Happy hearts day to you and yours.

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  6. What a brilliant post - and so true re the UK. £3-worth of roses will be at least £10 come Valentine's Day, and every newspaper shop, stationers', supermarket etc will be pushing cards like mad. We love it though.

    I loved the cupid face down with the arrow in his back, and the 'Peggy is a whore' postcard. Priceless!

    Sorry I'm late visiting, I was teaching yesterday (Saturday) and we've been out for Valentine's lunch today (Sunday) so only just started blog-hopping! Happy Pink Weekend, and hugs from the UK.

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