Tattoos with flowers are extremely popular and can symbolize many different things. For example, tulip flowers are symbolic of love and are a common gift on Valentine's Day. Tulip flower tattoos may symbolize someone's love for their significant other. Foxglove flowers are poisonous and symbolize stealth or wit. Poinsettia flower tattoos can symbolize Christmas or a December birthday. Day lily flowers are often included in tattoo designs that focus on joy or celebrations. The Chinese name for day lily translates to "forgetting worries." Bluebell flower tattoos symbolize everlasting love and gratefulness. Bluebell flowers may be included in a tattoo design honoring the wearer's mother or father. Bluebell flowers often associated with fairies, so they may be included as part of the design in a fairy tattoo. Impatiens flowers historically symbolize motherly love and were included in gardens devoted to the Virgin Mary during the Medieval Period.
Impatiens flowers may be a great idea for a tattoo devoted to the Virgin Mary or honoring a mother. Poppy flowers are a symbol for the deaths that occurred in World War I, so they may be popular in tattoos for veterans. Morning glory flowers are symbolic of unrequited love and long-distance relationships because of their role in Chinese folklore. Morning glory flowers are a good idea for tattoos for people in long distance relationships. Calla lily flowers represent magnificent beauty, although the flowers were often associated with funerals in the past. Many people now use calla lily flowers in their weddings, so a calla lily could be incorporated into a tattoo design that commemorates a wedding:
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