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12 Dainty Flower Tattoos to Get Inked, According to Your Birth Month

Can't choose a bloom for your tattoo? You can't go wrong with your birth flower!
12 Dainty Flower Tattoos to Get Inked, According to Your Birth Month
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Can't choose a bloom for your tattoo? You can't go wrong with your birth flower!

A flower can be one of the most timeless designs you can get tattooed. Each one can carry a unique meaning and story, but the down side is, it can be quite overwhelming to choose just one for your ink. So if you're having trouble deciding which flower to have permanently etched on your skin, remember that there is one you can't go wrong with: your birth flower!

Ahead, we prepared a list of 12 birth month bloom tatts and their respective meanings. Scroll ahead to find your match!

12 Elegant Birth Flower Tattoo Ideas

1. January: Carnation

The carnation flower symbolizes sweetness, love, protection, and healing, perfectly representing the fresh start that is January. Its delicate petals look gorgeous as a colored tattoo, but an intricate yet minimal black design can definitely give it as much justice.

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2. February: Violet

Violets may be a petite and small flower but its rich purple petals make this blossom a standout. It represents royalty, truth, and loyalty which will remind you to always stay faithful to yourself no matter the judgment you receive.

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3. March: Daffodil

Popping every springtime, the bright image of the daffodil represents arrival and rebirth. Just like the ink below, you can accompany this flower tatt with a gleaming moon, to further guide you on your path. Together, it can be a sign of hope and strength that'll inspire you to overcome hardships and stressful situations.

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4. April: Daisy

The simple beauty of the daisy embodies purity, innocence, and even the carefree days of childhood. This will remind you to take breaks once in a while to play and wander. To make your ink more unique, you can add other elements, be it another flower you love or a bee for a truly nostalgic image.

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5. May: Lily of the Valley

The blooms of the lily of the valley may be pointing down, but it's actually a quite an optimistic flower. It signifies happiness and good fortune! So if you're a May baby who loves to manifest, a lily of the valley tattoo may help you keep your goals aligned. 

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6. June: Rose

Roses exude beauty and selfless love despite all the thorns that come in between. It promotes self-love and the motivation to do things that will make you genuinely happy. Instead of inking the popular red rose, a blue one like this would look so beautiful and dainty on the skin. 

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7. July: Water Lily

This power flower for July symbolizes peace and enlightenment. Water lilies are known to close its petals during the night time before delicately opening again once it’s greeted by the sun. Some of its other meanings include openness to change, acceptance, and self-improvement.

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8. August: Poppy

The representative flower for August babies represents bold and lively energy. It embodies a risk-taking energy that will encourage you to always go out of your comfort zone! Whether you go for a colored version or a simple black design, an ink of this flower will give you that nudge to go in pusuit of happiness.

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9. September: Morning Glory

Despite having gorgeous heart-shaped petals, morning glory flowers are fragile blooms. They grow in challenging places and they tend to wilt at night. Hence, it's a known symbol for its resiliency and a reminder to savor every moment of your life.

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10. October: Marigold

Because of its vivid gold color, the marigold was believed to be sacred and were considered as stars on earth. This bloom is said to bring in positivity and good fortune, which makes it a great choice for an inked lucky charm for October-born folk.

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11. November: Chrysanthemum

The chrysanthemum flower is all about celebrating, whether it be big and small things you have achieved in life. It represents recognition, family, and an upbeat attitude. Looking at its seemingly infinite petals on your tatt will surely remind you of all of your well-deserved blessings and achievements.

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12. December: Narcissus

The narcissus is called the paperwhite flower because its petals are crisp like paper. It manages to grow inside or outdoors, giving us the ability to always adore its beauty even with its delicate exterior. As a tattoo, the narcissus can signify kindness, resilience, and optimism, which can inspire you to rise above any situation.

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