Tulips are always a popular choice when it comes to Easter. Why is that? Tulips are one of the first flowers to bloom at the start of the Spring season. They even begin to bloom when snow is still on the ground, making it a clear indication that warmer weather is soon to come. The start of Spring and the Easter holiday coincide, hence the popularity and association with this particular flower, along with lilies, daffodils and hyacinth.
The tulip means "new life" and "perfect love."
A tulip's color:
Red: a declaration of true love
Yellow: cheerful thoughts, joy, friendship
Cream: forever love
White: humility, newness, purity
Pink: affection, youth, innocence
Orange: energy, enthusiasm, passion
Variegrated: compliment for beautiful eyes
We will over at Williams-Sonoma this Sunday, April 2nd creating Spring-inspired flower arrangements and styling an Easter tablescape perfect for your holiday brunch, lunch or dinner table! Stop in between noon-2pm to say hi to us!! Xo.
photos by Nicolas Alexander