Some people may enjoy Valentine's Day while others do not because they have no one to share it with. It doesn't bother me one way or the other. For me its just another day. I know people who got marreid on Valentines Day. You know, its pretty smart because then they won't forget their anniversary. This way they won't forget to get a gift.
On the outside this may seem very smart. But it really isn't. Its rather cheap on their part. Anybody who didn't get married on Valentine's day gets an anniversary gift and then Valentines Day comes they get a Valentines Day gift. Those who got married on Valentines Day get an anniversary gift and a Valentines Day gift in one. That way the man not only has to get one gift he is also a hero for remembering his anniversary. So those who got married on Valentines DAy only have to remember their spouses birthday and then Christmas.
If you have your anniversary on any other day but Valentines Day the spouse gets more gifts. A married couple has their anniversary, birthday, Christmas, and Valentines Day in which they get gifts. That's four times a year. Now if you combine Valentines Day and your anniversary you get one less gift.
But on the other hand, if you get married on Valentines Day neither husband or wife will forget their anniversary. You have a chance of one or the other forgetting their anniversary if its on any other day. So there's pros and cons to it.