Don't expect that you can buy a rabbit from anywhere and they will be ready to cuddle and to be held, like a little stuffed rabbit. That won't happen. The rabbit has to be taught that it's not scary to be held and cuddled with the people it trusts. That it feels good to be held and scratched and pet.
Cinnamon, in a ton of pictures on my website/Facebook page, is always the center of attention. She lives in being held and cuddled. In these cold winter days, I call her my little muff because she loves to put her head under my chin and wrap herself around my neck. She loves to be on children's laps and sprawls out, completely at peace and relaxed. But she wasn't always that way.
When she was a baby, she was very shy. She would run to the back of the hutch when the door was opened, and only when she was hungry would run to the door with her siblings. Even before I knew I was going to keep her, I knew that no one wanted such a shy bunny, so I worked with her. Just like I worked with all the other babies, I made her think that being held was fun. Something to look forward to.
With all the babies (but with Cinnamon just a little more), I held them from the day they were born. After they opened their eyes and could hear, I held them positions that are NOT normal for a rabbit. I cuddled with them, held them in my lap, and let my little siblings do the same. I cradled them, held them upside down, did frequent health checks so they get used to it. I touched their feet and clipped their nails often, even though they weren't that long. They love it now. Even after I knew I was going to keep Cinnamon, she was still a little shy. So I kept working with her, and by the time she had the cage to herself and the siblings left, she was so friendly and sweet.
Every bunny is just as sweet as she is. Each bunny from my rabbitry loves to be held and to get attention, but not every rabbit does. Don't assume that your rabbit will be like one of mine no matter where you get it. From a breeder, Holland Lops are taught at birth how to behave as a show bunny or as a pet.