Flowers are beautiful in nature, in hair, on clothes, and as it turns out, on skin as well. Here are some beautiful flower tattoos to inspire you if you’re thinking of getting one of your own:
1. This beautiful black and white thigh tattoo
This beautiful vintage-looking cherry blossom tattoo blends in with your skin in a natural and romantic-looking way. It has the nostalgia of an old black and white photo.
2. This vintage rose tattoo
Similar to the cherry tattoo, but with roses if you prefer those. There are so many creative ways to show off your tats, it’s half the fun of having them. Some ripped jeans, an off-the-shoulder top, a low-back top; the possibilities are endless.
3. This rose tattoo with thicker lines
This rose tattoo has a slightly different style to the previous tattoo, with thicker lines making it more stylised and less focused on realism. A slightly bolder look but still soft and romantic, and in a location that you can choose to expose or not, as you please.
4. This colorful rose tattoo
Shoulders are a great place to show off some tattoos. This gorgeous bright rose tattoo is lovely and feminine but also bold and bright.
5. This cherry blossom tattoo
Another beautiful shoulder tattoo, matching the girl’s lip colour in this photo.
6. Tucked behind your ear
A little trickier to hide unless you have long hair, but very cute, behind the ear tattoos vary in size and style but always seem playful. This tattoo gives a new meaning to tucking a flower behind your ear.
7. This cute daisy
This small tattoo is both cute and discrete, perfect if you’re getting your first tattoo and don’t want to do anything too big and crazy. Who doesn’t love daisies? Also, you can easily get this sort of tattoo anywhere on your body.
8. A Flower Quote
Sometimes a flower perfectly complements a quote. This tattoo is whimsical and sweet, reminiscent of being young, in the sun, with your head in the clouds, in a world of your own.
9. The Mandala flower tattoo
You can easily combine two tattoo styles in one; a flower in the mandala style – the Indian spiritual symbol representing the universe and balance.
10. The Lotus flower tattoo
In ancient Egypt the lotus was a symbol of creation. In Ancient Greece it was a symbol of innocence. In Hinduism it represents a person’s spiritual awakening. It’s no wonder this is such a popular tattoo with such positive meanings attached to it.