Tulips make for an excellent 11th year anniversary gift for couples. The name may have been derived from the Persian word for turban which has a close resemblance to the shape of the flower or the Turkish word Tulbend meaning muslin or gauze.
In Turkish culture, tulips are a symbol of paradise on earth and have a near-divine status whereas in the Netherlands it represents the briefness of life. This flower is symbolic of love and fame while the centre of a tulip is representative of a lover’s heart darkened by passion.
Types of Tulips -
Yellow is the colour of unrequited or spurned love. It has evolved from once representing hopeless love to being a common expression for cheerful thoughts and sunshine
This is the colour of passion and perfect love.
It is tied to royalty but also means abundance and prosperity.
This type indicates less intense affection and love, appropriate for friends and family.
White tulips are used to claim worthiness or to send a message of forgiveness. White is always associated with purity, innocence and calmness and thus white tulips make for a perfect gift for baby showers and other events.