About UsA reminder to all the lovers, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner whether you want to celebrate yourself or your partner, it’s no secret that coming up with unique Valentine’s Day ideas can be a little daunting. However, as we all are aware that this time, the day of lovers will pan out differently, as we are battling the coronavirus pandemic, the thought of keeping ourselves and our loved ones safe shouldn’t leave our minds. There are a gazillion things that you can do at home to make your significant other feel special. Get creative; it’s all in the little details and efforts you put in to make this day, a day to remember! While this Valentine’s Day will be unique in its own way, we mustn’t forget the sole essence of this day so let’s dive into the history of the beautiful day.
Valentine’s Day is named after Saint Valentine, a Catholic priest who lived in Rome in the 3rd Century. At the time of Valentine’s life, many Romans were converting to Christianity. But Emperor Claudius was a pagan and prohibited Christians to marry. However, St Valentines believed in the importance of love and began to marry soldiers in secret Christian ceremonies. But Claudius found out about it, and St Valentine was then executed on 14 February in the year 270. Valentine’s Day came into being 200 years later and was proclaimed St Valentine’s Day. To celebrate his legacy with your loved ones, make every moment count and relish the bond with your other half. Valentine’s Day offers and Valentine’s Day codes are live on our Cuponism Australia’s website, browse enticing gifts for your special one now.
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