The flower tattoo is soft, elegant and discreet. It is perfect for a tattoo arm, tattoo forearm, finger tattoo, tattoo wrist or ankle … If you want to get a tattoo of a pretty flower and you wonder what model to choose, this article is for you!
Flower tattoo: ideas and tips in pictures
We recently became interested in tree tattoo , now it’s the turn of the flower tattoo! Zoom on this beautiful delicate tattoo and selection of our favorite flower tattoos.
The language of flowers
Do you know why we offer flowers? This tradition is at the origin of a mythology rich in symbolism. The flowers are indeed impregnated with meaning and meanings. We tried to unravel the hidden mysteries of some species of flowers here. The Japanese call the flowers Hanakotoba. For them, the language of flowers is a secular art form. The floriography is an imaginary name invented in the Victorian era that refers to the symbolism of flowers and the ability to express what we mean by offering flowers to someone.
Below you will find a short list of some of the most common plant and flower species and their symbolic meanings. As you will see, the interpretations are really very numerous and often frustrated.
oat – she associates herself with music, but also with health
Azalea – temperance, fragility, gratitude, passion, Chinese symbol of femininity
Dahlia – dignity and elegance
Cherry flower – positive change, Japanese symbol of sweetness or kindness, Chinese symbol of female beauty
Gardenia – love, joy, good luck
Hibiscus – unique and sweet beauty
Iris – love, success, happiness
Jasmine – eternal and sweet love
Ivy – fidelity and endurance
Lilac – love, fidelity, purity
Lily – innocence, love, purity, passion and desire
Lavender – love at first sight, devotion, eternal love, gratitude, calm
Laurel – victory, success, glory
Lotus – purity, eloquence, renewal, awakening
Magnolia – love of nature