Yellow, as with most light colors, blooms earliest, so is naturally associated with spring. Spring bouquets frequently feature yellow and white tulips. Yellow daffodils symbolize unrequited love, a yellow rose stands for friendship and yellow flowers are associated with Easter and Passover.
Warm, cheerful, jovial, sunny, bright, radiant, mellow, original, imaginative, idealistic, spiritual, creative, artistic, hope, optimism, sun, summer
In Asia, yellow represents a sacred and imperial feeling. In Western countries, yellow represents joy and happiness. In Egypt and Burma yellow represents mourning. In India, it is the symbol for a merchant or farmer. The native Americans interpreted yellow to symbolize love and overcoming challenges.
In stained glass, yellow represents the sun and the treasure of heaven. Yellow is used as a warning color in traffic lights. If you dream of the color yellow it symbolizes struggles before achievement is reached.
Women wore yellow ribbons as a sign of hope for men to return from the war.* In the War of Dynasty (1357), each warrior wore a yellow chrysanthemum as a pledge of courage. In the Middle Ages, actors wore yellow to portray a dead person.
Yellow balls were used in baseball before they were used in tennis. The Brooklyn Dodgers played three games with a yellow baseball before they started using white.*
The contrasting color for yellow is purple.
“There are many painters who can make the sun become a spot of yellow paint, but only an artist can make a spot of yellow paint become the sun.” –Hans Hoffman*
"Follow the yellow brick road..."
-Wizard of Oz