Nothing says spring quite like a bouquet of tulips. They come in so many different colors and varieties, from single and double to parrot and razor edged, that it's impossible to pick a favorite!
At Florious we like to keep our tulip bouquets fairly simple, since the flowers can grow an inch or more after they are cut and are phototrophic, which means that they bend towards the light. This means that when you combine them with other flowers that don't do the same you can get a pretty strange-looking bouquet after a few days when the tulips have grown and bent and the rest of the flowers have not!
But just because it may be simple doesn't mean a tulip bouquet has to be boring! Check out one of our Cavalleria rusticana bouquets coming together in the video below as our designer combines pink Dutch double tulips with accents of bunny tails grass and huckleberry foliage to music from the opera that gives the bouquet its name. They're definitely not your typical tulips!