Elegant and graceful tulips are one of world's most recognizable flowers. The shape of their blossom in fool bloom has turban-like appearance and they also originate from Persia and Turkey area. Rare a few centuries ago, tulips stirred up some economies, especially in Netherlands, because their bulbs became so sought after and valuable that the period around 17th centuries is still known as tulip-mania.
Different colors of tulip flowers have different meanings. To name a few, purple tulip means royalty, white is for forgiveness, yellow tulip represents cheerful thoughts, red is for perfect love, and orange for energy, enthusiasm, desire and passion. Knowing all that, the red/orange/yellow trio below looks like a prefect combo to adorn just about any item and makes a meaningful gift.
24 oz. ceramic soup bowl with tulips
Tulip flowers ceramic coffee mug
Bone china cup with bright orange tulips
Matte-finish gift wrapping paper with tulip flowers on black background
Gloss-finish wrapping paper with colorful tulips on blue background
Tyvek gift wrapping paper with tulips on white background equalis high-end presentation
Grosgrain RIbbon will add uniqueness to any gift wrapping or craft project
The sunniest, always cheerful sunflower looks good on ceramic dishes, especially the cuddly Teddy Bear variety, petite and adorable.
Tiny flowers with endless and meaningful symbolism of true love and fond memories attached to them make every gift you give to yourself or others - even more special.
Although forget-me-not flowers are petite and kind of shy, they remain a symbol of true love and fond memories. Throughout the history they had many legends with ever-lasting-love theme attached to them and there are lots of people who adore these little beauties. Printed on ceramic mugs or plates, maybe personalized with recipient's name, they will always make a very meaningful and thoughtful present for anyone dear to your heart.
There is a German legend that just as God had finished naming all the plants, one was left unnamed. A tiny voice spoke out, “Forget me not, O Lord!” And God replied that this would be its name.
I much prefer reusable, ceramic dinnerware to any kind of plastic, paper and Styrofoam. Aesthetically pleasing design makes dining experience even better and if colorful stars and butterflies are not enough for you, add some inspiring or funny text. Bon appetit! 🙂