Birth Flower Tattoos Are Probably The Best Tattoo Design You Could Get

It’s safe to say the world has been a little obsessed lately with astrology, birth signs, and birthstones and how all those things reflect your personality and what they have to say about you.

However, while those are all pretty great in their own right, something that’s without a doubt much greater is birth flowers! Yes, a flower representative of your birth month, and as such, your personality as well. Because we all know the two go hand-in-hand, right?  (No…? What do you mean “not really”? Nevermind!)

Regardless of whether you believe these things or not, you must admit having a particular birthstone or birth flower is a pretty cool concept. Especially if, let’s say, you wanted to get a pretty, delicate tattoo and didn’t know what design to choose – you could just get your own birth flower or the birth flower of a loved one tattooed and that would not only look beautiful but it’d be meaningful as well!

So, scroll down to see each month’s birth flower and what it looks like on people who actually got them tattooed!

 

January – Carnation

 

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February – Violet

 

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March – Daffodil

 

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April – Daisy

 

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May – Lily

 

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June – Rose

 

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July – Larkspur

 

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August – Gladioli

 

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September – Aster

 

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October – Marigold

 

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November – Chrysanthemum

 

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December – Narcissus

 

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So, what’s your birth flower and would you ever get it tattooed?

 

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