Explore Flower Chart, Birth Month Flowers and more!

Tattoo of my families birthmonth flowers! Are you going to plant the flower of your birth month this spring? Would be cool to get loved ones birth month flowers tattooed on ya!

The beauty in birthstones

The Beauty of Birthstone Jewelry Awesome birthstone chart showing the meaning, history and origin of your birthstone for your birthday month. Mine is August, the Peridot.

12 Months Of Facts About Birthstone

♦◊ Gems ◊ Stones ◊♦ An infographic guide to each month’s birthstone. The most interesting facts about the stone or gem symbols about the month you were born.

The stories behind birth flowers #flower #HappyBirthday

What your birth flower says about your personality

Your birth flower is the bloom associated with the month you were born which holds a symbolic meaning – a floral Zodiac, if you will. I love the meaning of the August flower!

Jamie is a Bull, Claire is a Butterfly and Little Ian is a Wolf!

Celtic Animal Zodiac- Falcon/Hawk for Kieran, Deer for Kenzie, Fox for Kolbie & Kyler, and Seahorse for myself. I had been pretty settled on wanting Native American totem animals, but Irish/Celtic makes more sense ;

Forget me nots..love these! anklet of forget-me-nots

Antique Images: Free Vintage Flower Graphic: Blue Forget-Me-Not Flowers Corner Design. Love this for a tattoo idea

Flower Meanings By Color | Feng Shui Color Infographics | The Tao of Dana

Love this Infographic. It's about all the meanings of various flowers. Why not use this to help pick out flowers for your wedding? Flower Meanings By Color

Ok, this one is for the flower lovers looking for wedding planning tips. If you’re like me, then you have a very limited understanding about the difference between a white bush rose and a rosalind rose and other intricate details about flowers. Below you’ll find tips from the floral experts to guide you through the process […]

Wedding Planning Tips: Everything You Need to Know About Flowers

Birth month flowers  January - the Carnation or Snowdrop February - the Violet or Primrose March - the Jonquil (aka Daffodil or Narcissus) April - Sweet Pea or Daisy May - the Lily of the Valley June - the Rose July - the Larkspur or Water Lily August - the Gladiolus or Poppy September - the Aster or Morning Glory October - the Calendula November - the Crysanthemm December - the Narcissus

family tattoos-January February March May August October Birthday Flower this has some different flowers.

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