Inside: February Birth Flower Tattoo {Violet}

The beautiful birth flower for February is the Violet. Because February is always associated with Valentine’s Day it always surprises people when they find out that roses aren’t actually the official birth flower of the month. But, when you consider the February birthstone is amethyst, you can see why violets are the birth month flower.

Those February babies just seem to love purple tones!

The vivid violets have actually been around for centuries! And were cultivated by Ancient Greeks who used them for medicinal purposes and to make wine taste that little bit extra sweet. But, one of our favorite facts about violets is that because of their instantly recognizable heart-shaped petals, they were used in love potions!

Nowadays, violets symbolize faithfulness, humility, and spiritual wisdom. So those born in February are said to be honest, humble, wise, and innocent, making them pretty good people to be around.

February Birth Flower Tattoos

What does the violet flower symbolize?

Aside from being the February Birth Flower, Violets also symbolize modesty. The violet also has roots in Christianity and represents the modesty of the Virgin Mary. The violet also represents spiritual wisdom, faithfulness, and humility which are meanings that can be seen depicted in religious works of art.

Violet Tattoo Variations

When you spot a violet flower tattoo, you are probably going to see it in a lot of creative ways. The great thing about floral tattoos is that they can be the focus of the tattoo or used as filler and this can change the meaning of the tattoo altogether. Below are a couple of the versions we enjoy.

Basic Violet Flower Tattoo

This tattoo is just like it sounds. It encapsulates everything that is beautiful about the violet flower and puts it in a tattoo. The vibrant purple colors combined with the beautiful patterns and shapes make for a very noticeable tattoo that will symbolize the beauty in life. It can also mean any of the above things we talked about.

Black & Grey Violet Tattoo

The black & grey violet floral tattoo is one for those that either has a theme that isn’t colored already or they just enjoy the shapes and flow of the violet flower. This design is really simple and might be done with fine lines or a traditional style that offers more bolding of lines.

Watercolor Violet Tattoo

The watercolor style is the perfect style for any floral tattoo and when combined with the colors and shapes of the violet flower tattoo, it makes for a really eye-popping tattoo that you will be proud of for a long time. The whimsical style of the watercolor really captures the beauty of this meaningful flower.

Violet February Birth Flower Tattoo Ideas

When selecting the colors for your violet tattoo, there are some trendy realities to consider. It may be a fascinating coincidence that the violet flower hides behind its blossom while the shade violet is one of the hardest for the eyes of humans to differentiate. Some say women prefer the lighter shades of violet in a color while men choose the darker shades.

1. Vibrant Violet Flower Tattoo

2. Violet Flowered Heart Design

3. February Violet Mandala Tattoo Idea

4. Violet Flowers Going Up Ankle Tattoo

Violet Flower Tattoo Designs

5. Soft and Elegant February Birth Flower Design

6. Small Collarbone Flower Tattoo

7. Detail February Birth Flower Band Idea

8. Pretty Bold Violet Flower

9. Two Stemmed Flowers Tattoo

Violet Flower Tattoos Sigma Kappa

February Birth Flower Tattoo Black and White

10. Black and White February Flower Tattoo

11. February Birth Flower Black Outline Design

12. Inner Bicep Violet Flower Tattoo

Black and White Violet Ink Inspiration

13. Violet Flower Outline on Thigh

14. February Birth Flower Arm Tattoo

15. New School Violet Flowers Design

16. Unique Black and White Violet Tattoo

February Birth Tattoos Black and White

Birth Flower Tattoos for February

Floral tattoos are one of the most prominent designs of tattoos to get this method. The violet flower tattoo meaning can differ depending on what you believe in and what else is in the tattoo.

17. Single Stemmed Violet Flower

18. Two Little February Birth Flowers

19. Tattooed Violet Flower Band Design

20. Inner Arm Violet Flower Tattoo

21. Perfectly Detailed February Birth Flower Trio

Purple Flowers Tattoos Designs

22. Modern Violet Flower Tattoo Design

23. Diamond Outlined February Birth Flower Bundle

24. Super Bright Violet Flower Art

25. Purple Shaded Violet Flower Tattoo

February Birth Flower Tattoo

More Tattoo Ideas You’ll Love

  • Colorado Columbine Flower Tattoo IdeasFlowers are not only beautiful and natural, but they also hold a ton of different meanings. From purity, beauty, nobility, or romance, these Columbine flower tattoos are packed full of vibrant colors, detailed designs, and amazing symbolism. Maybe you are from Colorado or just love what this beautiful flower embodies, you will find exactly what you have been looking for in a tattoo design with these creative ideas. Let me know which is your favorite!
  • Daisy Tattoo Ideas – Honestly, daisies are one of my all-time favorite flowers, they are just so bright, fun, and full of life. Daisy is a form of flower purely for the female kind and is one of the most versatile tattoos you can wear on your body. The tattoo is highly decorative and comes in different colors and sizes. You can even add a custom design to the tattoos depending on your preferences. With soft petals and a humble appearance, it is almost impossible to ignore its fascinating design.
  • Flower Tattoo Ideas – When you combine the beauty of a flower with the edginess of a wrist tattoo you have a winning combination for a feminine and unique design. Flower wrist tattoos remain a popular choice for many reasons. Adding to their obvious beauty is the individual meanings of the flowers. Some flowers represent love and friendship, while others have associations of new life and peace. While their personal significance may remain a secret, their beauty can be shared with others.

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  • Temporary Tattoos Watercolor Florals Sheets – Includes two sheets of Watercolor Florals temporary tattoos and designed by Helen Deal. Safe & non-toxic, printed with vegetable-based ink; FDA-compliant and fun for all ages Each tattoo will last 2 – 4 days. Designed by professional artists who get a cut of every sale
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  • Temporary Tattoos Watercolor Butterflies Set – Includes a set of eight temporary tattoos and designed by Stina Persson. Safe & non-toxic, printed with vegetable-based ink; FDA-compliant and fun for all ages. Each tattoo will last 2 – 4 days
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February Birth Flower Tattoo

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