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THE MEANING OF FLORAL TATTOOS

Do you need some motivation? Flower tattoos are a popular and common design choice for good reason. Because tattoos are mostly personal in nature, each blossom has its own meaning, whether you're expressing yourself, paying tribute to a loved one, representing a memory, experience, or simply a love of the floral aesthetic.

Flower tattoos are the way to go if you like your ink with a side of symbolism and hidden meaning. Continue reading for beautiful flower tattoos and their meanings to inspire your next inked body art.

Lotus Tattoo

This flower can be done or incorporated in a variety of styles; however, the most popular combination for his flower tattoos is to ink it with ultra-thin fine line drawing and line shading. The lotus' symbolism is all about peace, purity, resilience, enlightenment, and spiritual awakening.

For context, this one-of-a-kind flower has a strong mystical feel to it due to its strange life cycle and the fact that it blooms on long stalks and produces breathtaking flowers despite being rooted in mud. This is where the concepts of resilience, rebirth, and regeneration derive their meaning. It is used in spiritual rituals and religious ceremonies from Egypt to India and Vietnam to represent beauty, purity, and enlightenment, while the blooming petals of the lotus represent the opening of the heart in Buddhism. As a result, it is frequently associated with yoga, relaxation, self-control, and spirituality - making it an excellent choice for yoga enthusiasts.

Japanese Flower Tattoo

Traditional Japanese tattoos are an excellent choice for creating vibrant and lovely floral tattoos. The beautiful cherry blossom, or sakura, is the most popular Japanese flower that represents spring, new beginnings, and the passing of time. It represents beauty, life, love, grace, elegance, and appreciating what you have before you lose it in tattoos. We frequently see this tattoo placed from the collarbone to the shoulder and all the way up the ankle corner.

Another Japanese floral tattoo is peonies, which are known as the "King of Flowers" in their culture and are associated with wealth, honor, and royalty. The multi-layered, beautiful, romantic colors of a full bloom peony can continue to flower for decades, which is why they are frequently used in weddings to symbolize long life, a happy marriage, prosperity, and compassion.

Rose Tattoo

While they are commonly associated with love and desire, their symbolism varies depending on the color. While the bold, iconic red rose is commonly associated with love, romance, passion, and beauty, white roses are associated with purity, innocence, spirituality, and loyalty. Pink roses represent happiness, respect, and recognition, while soft pink roses represent grace, gratitude, and gentleness. Yellow roses represent joy, friendship, the promise of happiness, and a new beginning; lavender roses symbolize love at first sight; and orange roses represent desire, enthusiasm, fascination, and positive energy. A rose tattoo, in whatever color you choose, is almost always personal, has a deep meaning, and will instantly be recognizable.

Daisy Tattoo

Daisies are a lovely tattoo choice if you were born in April or if you've recently become a new mother. Why? Daisies are April's birth flower, and they're linked to the goddess of fertility, love, and beauty, so they've come to symbolize motherhood, purity, and new beginnings. Because of the pure white petals, many people associate daisies with youth, innocence, loyalty, love, and patience. They also mean virtue and purity. Color is also an important factor in daisies. Red denotes youth, yellow denotes happiness, white denotes purity and loyalty, and blue denotes overflowing emotions. Just like its elegant soft petals and humble appearance, an intricate design of this flower is worthy of a heart.

 

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