Tulips as Heralds of Spring
Tulips in bloom are heralds of spring. Along with crocuses and daffodils, tulips are the first flowers to blossom each year, sometimes while there is still snow on the ground nearby.
In the language of flowers, tulips have their own meaning and symbolism. In general the tulip flowers mean perfect love and a true, passionate lover. They means fame, passion and romance.
And of course, tulip flowers are always associated with spring.
Blooming in a multitude of colors, they are a vibrant, timeless symbol of spring.
Based on colors tulip flowers have different meanings too. Red tulip flowers are generally interpreted to mean true love. Yellow tulips, which earlier suggested hopeless love, has gone through a change of meaning. Today they represent cheerful thoughts and sunshine. Orange tulip flowers symbolize warmth, happiness and fascination. White tulip flowers ask for forgiveness. Pink tulip flowers symbolize happiness and confidence. Purple tulip flowers are associated with royalty. Tulip flowers have a center that is velvet in texture and almost black in color, and this is said to represent the heart of a lover that is fired with passion. Blotched and striped flowers represent beautiful eyes.
Tulips are planted in the fall but are often Wedding Flowers for Spring Weddings. Celebrate the new life springing to life around you and include Tulips in your Wedding Bouquets.
For some Beautiful Tulip Table Décor, choose Blooming Tulip Favors , standing up on the tables with your names and date and a thank you message your guests can plant seeds and grow memories of Your Wedding Day.
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