8 Best Birth Flower Tattoos By Month: Capturing Nature’s Beauty

Understand the blooming petals of your personality with your birth flower tattoos.

Written by , MSc Manjari Uppal MSc linkedin_icon Experience: 3 years
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Birth flower tattoos combine the essence of each zodiac sign and the aesthetic appeal of each birth flower. Tattoos are a timeless way of self-expression and getting a flower tattoo to commemorate your birth month is an attractive way to have a piece of nature that means something to you. Each month is associated with a flower that has deep symbolism. From delicate carnations to the quirky bird of paradise flowers, these tattoos are a tribute to your birth month and an inspiration for you to accept your true self as is. In this article, we get into the details of 8 such birth flower tattoos that hold profound meaning and significance for the wearer. Keep scrolling through to learn more.

8 Best Birth Flower Tattoos By Month

1. January Birth Flower Tattoo

Carnation birth flower tattoo on the arm
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January marks the beginning of the year. It’s the month to start over. So, for January, we have carnations that also mark new beginnings. Historically, carnations have featured on royal Greek crowns and get their name from the word ‘coronation’. This carnation tattoo on the upper arm, in shades of red and green, looks vivid and attractive. It is etched in watercolors without a border to add a sense of fluidity.

2. February Birth Flower Tattoo

Violet birth flower tattoo on the upper back
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Violets are dainty but attractive flowers that catch attention from a distance. They are a symbol of fertility that marks the end of the cold season. Therefore, violet tattoos symbolize the end of hardship and finding a new perspective. This violet flower tattoo with simple black lines and a beautiful color gradient looks striking against the skin. It’s both minimal and elegant in its appeal.

3. March Birth Flower Tattoo

Daffodil birth flower tattoo on the wrist
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March welcomes the first blooming flower with the onset of spring. Bright daffodils are the birth flower of this month. They symbolize hope and optimism. This particular March birth flower tattoo is minimal in its appeal. The location on the wrist gives it high visibility too. The light yellow hues along with the negative spaces and the dainty green stalks, give it a delicateness that perfectly embodies the elegance of the season.

4. April Birth Flower Tattoo

Daisy birth flower tattoo on the calf
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Daisies are bright, springtime blooms. They stand for new beginnings, joy, and purity, much like the vibe of April. The April birth flower tattoo above stands crisp and vivid against the skin. The location of the calf gives the tattoo space to express its full-bloom grandeur. The beautiful white shade and thin black borders give the petals dimension. The long, flowy stalk along the length of the leg adds to the charm of the tattoo.

5. May Birth Flower Tattoo

Lily of the Valley birth flower tattoo on the upper back
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The Lily of the Valley flower stands for purity and humility and is the May birth month flower. This tattoo on the back of a woman looks striking against the skin. The shades of green and white give it an almost-real look, while the hints of yellow in the leaves add depth. It’s both elegant and delicate and makes for a beautiful ode to your birth month.

6. June Birth Flower Tattoo

Rose birth flower tattoo on the upper arm
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The rose is the birth flower of people born in June. The classic rose can be tattooed in several styles and different places on the body. This rose tattoo with shaded leaves, white accents, and red gradients on petals looks aesthetically pleasing. Its elaborate placement on the outer arm also shows the wearer’s confidence in flaunting the tattoo out loud.

7. July Birth Flower Tattoo

Delphiniums birth flower tattoo on the arm
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Delphiniums are the birth flower of July. They stand for a few different things, depending on their color. Blue, the most common color stands for grace and dignity, while the colors white and pink represent new life and affection. This July birth flower tattoo looks dainty and elegant on the arm. The bright color looks vivid against the skin and stands out visibly.

8. August Birth Flower Tattoo

Poppy birth flower tattoo on the arm
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The poppy flower symbolizes remembrance and hope for a peaceful future. This watercolor poppy flower tattoo is skillfully done on the canvas of the skin. The unbordered red petals and the shades of green on the small leaves look dreamy and enhance the overall appeal of the tattoo. Some trash polka dots around the design enhance its aesthetic appeal.

Birth flower tattoos are a beautiful and meaningful way to celebrate one’s birth month and personal journey. Whether it’s rose, daisy, or violet, each flower carries its unique significance and beauty. You may choose your birth flower tattoo design based on aesthetics or sentimental reasons. You may opt for single flowers in minimalist styles or bouquets in watercolor styles to give it your own touch.

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Manjari Uppal

Manjari Uppal Beauty & Lifestyle Writer

Manjari is a beauty and lifestyle writer with over three years of experience in writing across different niches, including beauty, health, wellness, and technology. She first discovered her passion for writing in school and has since honed her craft to perfection. During her post-graduation at Manipal University, Manjari delved deeper into her writing expertise while researching for her thesis. Her...read full bio

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