Plenty of people get zodiac tattoos, but trying to find an original style of your own can be challenging. For example, if you’re a Virgo, them you either have to get a weird “M” or the figure of a woman tattooed on your skin. Not much variety there.
That’s why these birth flower tattoos are the perfect alternative!
Don’t get me wrong, there are some pretty great zodiac sign images out in the world today, but nothing like these delicate and insanely awesome floral designs. Plus, they have a special meaning for you, and isn’t that the point?
So here’s a little inspiration for your future birth flower tattoo. I hope you like yours as much as I like mine!
January – Carnation
More than just a “cheap flower” as some think if them, carnations are gorgeous, come in a variety of colours, and tattoo wonderfully.
February – Violet
A truly beautiful flower for those born in February!
March – Daffodil
Daffodils mark the beginning of Spring, and their bright colours make anyone’s day a whole lot better. March babies, this is for you!
April – Sweet Pea
Sweet Pea flowers are so delicate that they are perfect for a watercolour design like this one!
May – Lily of the Valley
Lily of the Valley, oh you beautiful flower. Simple enough for anyone to have, and it looks stunning on its own (above) or bunched together (below).
June – Honeysuckle
June gets Honeysuckle and Rose as its birth flower. There’s about a zillion rose tattoos that we’ve all seen before but we included one anyways. As for the Honeysuckle- imagine all the colour combinations you could fill those with!
July – Water Lily
Congrats, July babies, you have my favourite birth flower- the Water Lily! Whether they are coloured or simply outlined, these are certainly the coolest of the cool.
August – Poppy
The bright red of the Poppy makes it wonderful for any tattoo. Simplistic or elaborate, either way the poppy is a winner!
September – Morning Glory
Morning Glories are perfect for anywhere on the body because they are so simplistic, yet their colours make a statement.
October – Marigold
Also known as calendula, the marigold is that brightly coloured flower you see on people’s shoulders or forearm that stand out like no other!
November – Chrysanthemum
No stranger to the tattoo realm, mums are fantastic when you want to add a splash of colour to your world!
December – Narcissus
There are countless styles you could choose from with this flower, so go crazy!
By Raven Fon