Flower Tattoo Designs For Women-Flower Tattoo Meanings, Types, And Ideas

Flower Tattoo Designs For Women


Flower tattoo designs for women can cover a variety of different flower tattoo types and variations. Some of the most popular flowers in the world are often equally popular flower tattoo designs. Flower tattoos are a very common choice for many women. Flowers are also commonly added with other tattoo symbols, so flowers are popular in tattoo art. Just as in symbolism, each flower tattoo can represent its own meanings. In this article, we're going to look at some of the most popular flower tattoos in the world. We're going to discuss flower tattoo meanings, ideas, and you'll be able to view dozens of beautiful flower tattoos.

Rose Tattoo Designs


Rose tattoo designs are one of the most popular flower tattoos in the world. In fact, the rose is one of the most popular flowers in the world. Rose tattoos can be designed alone or portrayed with a host of other tattoo symbols. Rose designs can be done in many different variations, styles, colors, and sizes. Due to this, it's a common choice when it comes to tattoos. Rose designs are worn by both men and women.

Beautiful rose tattoo designs can be designed with hearts, crosses, stars, flowers, swallows, doves, feathers, and many more symbols. Rose tattoo meanings can symbolize love, desire, passion, hope, and forever. The rose is the most popular flower in America. Roses could be classified as an old school tattoo as it became famous as a maritime symbol worn by sailors. Today, rose tattoos are one of the most used flower tattoos in the world.

Lotus Tattoo Designs


Lotus tattoo designs are another popular flower tattoo design known all around the world. The lotus is the rose of the East. Lotus tattoo designs are a very popular tattoo choice in the Pacific and Asia. Lotus tattoos can be designed alone, with other flowers, or with other symbols. The lotus is commonly portrayed with Asian symbols, such as koi tattoo designs or other Asian tattoos.

Lotus tattoo meanings can symbolize transformation, change, and beauty. The lotus is a proud symbol of both the Japanese and Chinese. The lotus can grow in different colors, such as white, purple, red, and pink. The lotus has tied with the Egyptians and Buddha religion. One of the most popular meanings of the lotus tattoo is new beginnings, something all of us can relate to.

Cherry Blossom Tattoo Designs


Cherry blossom tattoo designs are another popular flower tattoo design. Just like the lotus tattoo, cherry blossom tattoo designs are very common in Asia and the Pacific. Cherry blossoms have a wide range of symbolism, representing different meanings in Japan and China. Samurai tattoos and Geisha tattoo designs are two types of tattoos that commonly portray cherry blossoms. The popularity for the cherry blossom tattoo can be found all over the world, even here in America.

Cherry blossom tattoos can be designed in several variations and styles. Cherry blossom tattoos can be designed with only cherry blossom petals or as a cherry blossom tree tattoo. Cherry blossoms can be used to decorate nearly anything that you wish, so you have countless options. You may wish to add cherry blossoms to a dragonfly tattoo or something else. Cherry blossoms can be designed with other flower tattoos.


Orchid Tattoo Designs


Orchid tattoo designs are another option you have for a popular flower tattoo. Orchid tattoo designs are known throughout the world, you can find a popularity for them on every continent. Although not as popular as the rose or lotus, the orchid is still a popular flower. Orchid tattoos are a common choice for women, designed alone or with other flowers. Men can and do seek out the orchid tattoo, both sexes wear this tattoo symbol. Once again, the orchid is a powerful flower symbol of the East.

Orchid tattoo meanings can represent many different things. One of the most common meanings of the orchid tattoo is sexuality. Orchid tattoos also represent royalty, beauty, and harmony. Since the orchid is associated to water, orchids are a common theme in water tattoo designs. Orchid tattoos can be designed alone, in water, within butterfly tattoos, or with other tattoo symbols. The unique design of the orchid makes for a beautiful flower tattoo.

Hibiscus Tattoo Designs


Hibiscus tattoo designs are another popular flower tattoo design, one that continues to gain popularity in the tattoo world. The beautiful hibiscus is the state flower of Hawaii, given the Pacific another popular flower tattoo. Hibiscus flower tattoos may be the top flower tattoo for design, many love the design of this symbolic flower. Hibiscus tattoo designs come in a variety of different colors, such as pink, orange, white, and red. Blue, purple, and green hibiscus tattoo designs can be found. Each color of the hibiscus represents different meanings.

Hibiscus flowers can be found all over the Pacific, not just Hawaii. One of the most common meanings of the hibiscus tattoo is "delicate beauty." Hibiscus flowers may be found within Pacific tattoo designs or Tiki tattoo designs. Hibiscus tattoo designs may be designed alone or portrayed with other tattoo symbols. The hibiscus may be designed in great detail, various sizes and colors. Hibiscus tattoos symbolize fragility, grace, charm, and love as well.

Lily Tattoo Designs And Meanings


Lily tattoo designs are another popular choice when it comes to the best flower tattoo designs. Lily tattoo designs are not as popular as the other flower tattoos, but they can hold their own. The lily is very symbolic, representing meaning in Greece, Egypt, Asia, and other countries. Lily tattoo meanings can depict sexuality, endurance, abundance, and purity. Just like other flower design, lily tattoos are a common choice for women, some men.

The lily tattoo can be designed alone or with other tattoo symbols and flowers. You may see lilies portrayed within ladybug tattoos or within the butterfly tattoo. In most cases, the lily is portrayed alone, possible with tattoo art or trail ink. Lilies have a unique design, not to be confused with other flowers. Their wide range of symbolic value can be found all over the world.

Dogwood Tattoo Designs And Meanings


Dogwood tattoo designs are another common choice when it comes to the best flower tattoo designs. The beautiful dogwood is a very beautiful flower and the popularity for this flower continues to grow. The dogwood flower has associations to the Bible and Christianity. If you're looking for Christian tattoos, you're likely to see the symbolic dogwood flower. A dogwood tree was used to create the cross for Jesus. It's not uncommon to see dogwood flowers within angel tattoo designs or cross tattoos.

Dogwood flower tattoo designs can symbolize faith, rebirth, endurance, durability, and enduring love. Dogwood tattoos are worn by both sexes. Birds are common choices to portray with dogwood flowers, such as the bluejay or cardinal. Just like other flower tattoos, the dogwood may be designed alone or with other flowers.

Dandelion Tattoo Designs And Meanings


Dandelion tattoo designs continue to gain popularity in the tattoo world and is considered to be a top flower tattoo design. The unique dandelion stands out from other flowers. The dandelion isn't beautiful like the rose and lotus, yet, it hangs with the very best. The dandelion could be considered as an underdog per flower tattoos. Still, more and more people seek and search for dandelion tattoo designs. The dandelion is simple, yet, just as symbolic as the most popular flower tattoos in the world.

Dandelion tattoo meanings represent good luck, fragility, freedom, delicate, and growth. Dandelions are very common in America and can be found throughout the world. The most popular dandelion design portrays the seeds flying in the air, representing freedom, change, and growth. Due to the popular meaning, dandelion tattoos are worn by both men and women. Sunflower tattoo designs or other symbols may be chosen for some dandelion designs.

Before Getting Inked


Before getting inked, make sure that you take the time to view several tattoo designs. Don't choose the first tattoo design you see, take your time and find one that you're sure to love. If possible, make sure you chose meaningful tattoo designs. Consider that you'll be wearing this for the rest of your life, you should think about 10, 20, 30 years down the road.

Don't rush to get inked! Women and men that rush to get tattooed usually have regrets about their tattoo later in life, don't make the same mistake. Take your time and browse through tattoo designs. Make sure you research your tattoo also, know what it represents and stands for. In the end, you'll be much more satisfied if you did.

Flower tattoos are a great tattoo choice for women and some men. Flowers hold better symbolic value as a tattoo due to their positive meanings in general. If you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns, please feel free to share them below. If you enjoyed our article, please take the time to share it. We always thank you for your time and be sure to check out all our tattoo articles on-site. Thanks again.


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billybuc 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

The last one is spectacular. I'm a big fan of certain tatoos on women...these are great examples my friend.


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thelyricwriter 3 years ago from West Virginia Author

Thanks Bill. Sure is a beautiful tattoo. I agree, something about flowers on women, beautiful art. Thanks again Bill, best wishes.


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always exploring 3 years ago from Southern Illinois

The flower tatoos are really beautiful. I think i told you once that if i ever got a tattoo it would be a small rose on the ankle. Take care my friend..


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Faith Reaper 3 years ago from southern USA

What woman does not love flowers? Yes, that last one is spectacular, but for some reason I am drawn to that abstract, so-to-speak, of the dandelion. When it comes to flowers, God's creation is so awesome, that if there were no flowers at all, but the dandelion, we would all be in awe of it!

Up and more and sharing

God bless you and yours,

Faith Reaper


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ChitrangadaSharan 3 years ago from New Delhi, India

Beautiful flower tattoo designs as always. The Rose looks so real. Thanks for explaining the meanings as well.

Voted up and beautiful!


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MsDora 3 years ago from The Caribbean

All the drawings are beautiful, but I'd like that rose embroidered on something I can put on my wall. "Love, desire, passion, hope, and forever" are all very good characteristics.


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WiccanSage 3 years ago

Beautiful images... I love so many of them. Floral tats are so elegant on women.


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Frank Atanacio 3 years ago from Shelton

i like these flower tats.. honestly i didn't think I would, but they look good thelyricwriter :)


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ocfireflies 3 years ago from North Carolina

Hey,

Glad to see you. Loved this hub! I believe I am a sunflower kind of gal if I ever get the nerve to get the tat. Hope you are well. V+ as always.

TGIF,

Kim


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Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago

Beautiful Art, my favorite is the Dogwood blossom.

Voted up and beautifuel and shared.

Shyron


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teaches12345 3 years ago

I love the last photo pictured here. Flowers are so lovely and say so much for a woman.


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DDE 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Flower Tattoo Designs For Women-Flower Tattoo Meanings, Types, And Ideas great hub on such a wonderful thought but not for me I just enjoy learning more about tattoos and you have done just that so far a perfect job on informing me.


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thelyricwriter 3 years ago from West Virginia Author

Thank you all for taking the time to check out all these beautiful flower tattoo designs. It's amazing what these flowers represent, how beautiful they are, and flower tattoo designs are perfect for many people.


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Nell Rose 3 years ago from England

I love the red rose, the purple dandilion and the bottom picture, mind you I wouldn't have the nerve to get them done but they are gorgeous! lol! another great hub on tattoos, love it!


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thelyricwriter 2 years ago from West Virginia Author

Great choice Nell, 5 months too late but a great choice love.

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