Reasons to have a bunch of pink tulips delivered
Pink tulips are one of the many colors of tulips that we offer. But when do you choose to order a bunch of pink tulips and have them delivered? What are the underlying thoughts? And what does the color pink mean? We picked this out for you!
To begin; The color pink was recognized as a concept in 800 B.C. in Homer’s Odyssey. The term was coined in the 17th century by a Greek botanist for the ruffled edges of carnations. In the mid-18th century, pink was a fashionable color among male and female aristocrats as a symbol of class and luxury. Further associations with the color are sweet, energy, youthful, cheerful. There are also passionate associations such as love, drama, flirting and exciting. Because of the properties of the color, it is often used in relation to love. Beyond that, pink is also the color of caring or compassion. You can therefore have a bouquet or bunch of pink tulips delivered to someone for various reasons.
Births, women, love
A very good reason to order a bouquet of pink tulips is when a girl is born. How nice is it to receive tulips in the color pink? Another very good reason is if your wife or girlfriend has a birthday, or just because you want to surprise her. By the way, do you know that pink tulips also look good in the love bouquet. For example, do you have a first date? Bring a bunch of pink tulips. You will definitely score points with that! Unlike Pink roses, the Tulip is a somewhat more nutral flower to give. Have a look at our other bouquets? We have tulip bouquets in multiple colors, click on "Tulips bouquets" to see what we have in stock.