Tucson’s best flower shop, Casas Adobes, is honoring Women’s History Month by focusing on someone who’s made a big difference in our own business. Additionally, we have discovered what the favorite flower is of some of a few world-famous women and how they accurately depict their character.
Lourdes Egurrola – Lead Designer
Lourdes Egurrola is the lead designer at Casas Adobes Flower Shop. She was the lead designer four years before the current owners bought the shop. Lourdes has worked hard to mold the “Casas” design style and brand for the shop. We have many customers who are faithful clients that are delighted by our design style and only request Lourdes to design their flowers.
She has trained each of our other floral designers in how our arrangements are to appear. Lourdes is the cornerstone of our business and we are abundantly grateful for her dedication, positive attitude, laughter, hard work, and talents. She’s been with Casas Adobes for 18 years and a designer for over 30 years. Please help us in recognizing this amazing woman!
Here are some of the favorite flowers of more amazing women!
Lily of the Valley
Audrey Hepburn – Lily of the Valley
Later in life, Audrey Hepburn was known for her devotion to her humanitarian work. A kind and giving soul, her favorite flower was the delicate and regal Lily of the Valley. Symbolizing purity, happiness, chastity, and sweetness, the fragrant, white Lily of the Flower was the perfect choice for an actress who was talented, stylish, and kind-hearted.
Lady Bird Johnson – Lavender Bluebell
Lady Bird Johnson enjoyed blossoms — and wildflowers in particular. The love of her flowers is actually one reason we come across much more of them along U.S. freeways rather than unsightly junk. During the residence of her in the White House as First Lady, she pioneered the Highway Beautification Act, that passed in 1965. Lady Bird thought the magnificence of flowers might enhance the psychological health of a local community, and she worked diligently to get a lot more blossoms as well as park benches spot in urban areas across America. Her preferred wildflower was the lavender bluebell. A regal and delicate flower, the bluebell signifies gratitude, devotion, and humility.
Katy Perry – Purple and White Hydrangeas
The big flowering blooms of hydrangea shrubs are why they are some of the most popular and beloved flowers. The symbolic connotations of hydrangeas vary across cultures with meanings as diverse as apologies and deep emotion to bragging and arrogance. Blooming in a variety of pretty colors, though, Katy Perry’s favors white and purple-colored hydrangeas. Color symbolism is more uniform across different cultures, where white typically means purity, innocence, and grace and purple representing pride, royalty, and a deep understanding.
Michelle Obama – Hydrangeas and Pink Roses
The pink rose is actually 1 of Michelle Obama’s preferred blossoms, with hydrangeas currently being the other favorite of her. Representing femininity, refinement, elegance, and grace, the pink rose is actually the ideal embodiment of traits have by this Former First Lady also. An advocate for healthy living, it was the mission of her during the stint of her at the White House, to be healthier food into the facilities so kids can put up their days off properly.
To send flowers to a special woman in your life, or to try and find your favorite flower, start here!