Are you considering a daisy tattoo? You’ve come to the right place if that’s the case because we are thrilled to share some flower tattoos with you. The daisy happens to be the birth flower for April, which could be one reason you’re interested in it. But no one needs an excuse to want a daisy tattoo. We’ve rounded a bunch of delightful daisy tattoos to inspire your own, and so much variety is on display.
From dainty to big and bold, there is no right or wrong way to go about your daisy tattoo. You can get a simple, minimal daisy design or go for a full bouquet with even more botanical elements. These fresh, spring-inspired designs are the perfect way to celebrate the humble flower. Now, let’s find some ink inspiration for you!
Let’s kick things off with a really unique daisy tattoo. This one is like a silhouette, but it fades from top to bottom. We only saw one like this, and it’s a singular idea.
We love any tattoo that seems to build a narrative. For this daisy tattoo, we are treated to the flower in various stages of blooming. What a success!
Cute Little One
You don’t have to get a huge daisy tattoo. In fact, you can make a big statement with something minimal and small.
Think outside of the box when brainstorming ideas for your daisy tattoo. In the above example, we find petals with different patterns and textures. What a refreshing idea!
A Light Touch
Find a skilled artist, and the sky’s the limit. In this delicate daisy tattoo, we find super fine lines employed that make the design look like it’s floating air.
It’s the Little Things
Here’s a fine daisy tattoo with micro tattoo elements, including floating leaves and a tiny butterfly. If you’d like more of a scene for your daisy tattoo, consider other subject matter that will look excellent next to the flower.
All About the Drama
Wow! How beautiful are these blue daisies next to some pretty pink buds? We think they look brilliant, and the leaves provide so much drama and movement.
The Mysteries of White Ink
Tattoo artists have been experimenting with white ink tattoos more and more these days. While they look very cool, they don’t last very long. Expect to need a touch-up on white ink daisy tattoos a year or two after you get it.
Black Ink Is Great as Well
Here’s a pretty straightforward daisy tattoo that proves you don’t need to reinvent the wheel with your designs. Something simple and beautiful tattooed properly will always look fantastic.
Daisy and poppies look smashing when paired together. White, green, and orange stun in this design, one of our favorite daisy tattoos.
Here’s something a bit different. We find some very stylized daisies and other botanicals cascading down the arm from the shoulder. Decorative elements add visual interest here without stealing the spotlight from those handsome daisies.
In a Vase
Consider a stylish bottle or vase design for your daisy tattoo. It gives you the opportunity to be even more expressive and make the design your own.
A Chain of Love
Who remembers making daisy chains as kids? If you still do it, thanks for keeping that time-tested tradition alive. We find a tattoo of one shaped like a heart. How charming!
Pretty and Pink
Daisies come in all sorts of colors, so don’t feel the need to only go in the white direction. Isn’t this pink daisy tattoo a dream?
So Many Colors
As we mentioned, there are many different color options available to you for your daisy tattoo. Aren’t these with little sparkles around them lively and fun?
If you’re wanting to go big with a piece on your shoulder, hip, or back, a large bloom like this might be the right option for your daisy tattoo. We love the way the shading includes blue and subtle purple colors. They really pop next to the yellow center.
Actually, this daisy tattoo is accurate, in a sense. The English word daisy comes from the elements “day’s eye.” The flowers were called this because they open their petals at daybreak.
Listen to Your Heart
Here’s a fun idea. If you want something sweet like a heart, let it be a frame for your daisy tattoos. We like that there’s no hard outline on this one; that gives it an ethereal look.
Here’s another one of the straightforward but sophisticated daisy tattoos. It’s an excellent tattoo that’s been executed well. If you’d like to go the traditional route, something similar could be perfect for you.
A Minimalist Approach
This is another one of our favorite daisy tattoos. It’s so simple, with basic shapes and not a ton of detail. If you’re into minimalist design, something similar will work for you.
Made You Smile
How about this sunshine cutie? We find a happy face flanked by rainbow petals. If you’re not taking yourself too seriously and want something super fun, try a character like this.
Boots the House Down
This tattoo actually comes from France despite the clear use of cowgirl boots. We love the mix of black, grey, and white here. The details are just so sharp and pleasing.
Less Is Way More
Here’s an even more minimal design that’s been created with just a few lines. It’s still recognizable and very sweet. Go in your own direction for a unique daisy tattoo.
So tiny! So realistic! Here’s a small daisy tattoo that just might take your breath away. Purple was a lovely choice but choose your favorite color to make the design even more personal.
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A colorful background for your daisy tattoo can make the whole thing truly pop. The yellow centers contrast with the blue here and offer viewers depth and even more beauty.
There you go! We hope you fell in love with some of these daisy tattoo ideas and that you’re inspired to get your very own. For even more ink inspiration, keep reading. We’ve got flower name tattoos to share with you, which are wildly popular today.
Get Inspiration for Your Very Own Flower Name Tattoo Below!
Poppy flowers like this one with a stem that spells a name, flowing into the bloom is one of the most classic forms of flower name tattoo. We do not know how this trend started but this look is what everyone seems to be chasing.
The red poppy flower is not the only way to go with your flower name tattoo. This lovely blue flower adds mood to this design. Notice the difference in the direction the name moves. Instead of going into the bloom, it goes out.
Watercolor tattoos are designs that try and capture the elements found in watercolor painting. So, you’ll see what looks like paint pooling and sprinkling. If you’d like to sweeten the deal with your flower name tattoo, request a watercolor style.
You can choose to be as subtle or bold you want with the way the name emerges from the stem of the flower. Some choose more “flowery” fonts like this one and others prefer a more subtle look.
Claudya & Victoria
Here’s a bit of a different take, in black ink, that incorporates two names into a small bouquet of carnation flowers. The names are less prevalent which might appeal to your sense of style.
We find “Emma” spelled out more subtly in this design as well. For an understated look, go with something a little more simple like this.
We really loved the detail put into the flower portion of this tattoo. The way the pink and purple inks blend in the petals of the flower is gorgeous. You can make it the star of your tattoo if you’d like.
This is an example of the name’s font being a bit over-the-top. We’re not mad about it but it slightly takes away from the effect. You get to make the rules with your flower name tattoo! Go big with the name if that speaks to you.
Here’s another way to go about your flower name tattoo. You can request a more traditional stem that’s clipped with the name inserted in between. There’s also a lot of drama going on with the leaves that have been added to the design.
You get to decide if you want the name or the flower the star of the show. This one is overall balanced but the flower feels more like a decorative element than a dominant element. If that’s what you’re going for, request something similar from your artist.
One word: delicate. The thinnest line forms the stem of these pretty pink flowers. For a tattoo that reads more feminine, request fine lines and gentle shapes. We think this design is a real winner.
Here’s another tattoo that’s been applied with a delicate touch. The blossom is impressionistic, verging on the watercolor effect. Find an artist with a point of view and you could walk away with something similar.
Skip the black ink altogether in the flower portion of your design for a tattoo that reads more mysterious and impressionistic. Black ink for the name helps make it pop next to the colorful inks.
Single line tattoos are a huge trend as well so, in the above example, you’re seeing the convergence of two very ultra-popular trends. Most tattoo artists are versed in this style and can draft a single-line flower name tattoo for you.
This is a rather large flower name tattoo that is able to strike balance between the name and flower thanks to the amount of real estate the design takes up. The sky’s the limit so work with your artist to determine the best size for the area you’re getting tattooed.
Names aren’t the only options for what you can work into a flower stem. Words of inspiration, as well as initials, can also work. We find “HS” in this example next to a very splashy flower.
You won’t encounter a tone of all-black or black and grey flower name tattoos. They are far less popular than their colorful counterparts. But, the black and grey design above really stands out from the crowd. If it feels like your style, go for it!
Jack and Emily
We find two for the price of one in this flower name tattoo with not one but two appellations. Dandelions are very popular among this genre of tattoo. If black ink is speaking to you, consider it for your own design.
Placement is another big consideration. Most people get their flower name tattoo on the forearm, which is one of the most popular spots for any tattoo. But, that’s not the only way to go. Down the spine looks elegant and accentuates the body’s natural shape.
If a plain stem isn’t doing it for you, consider adding other botanical elements like leaves that sprout from it for more visual interest.
We pulled this example for the cool gradient that’s been created in the stem of the flower that looks like a little rainbow. How fun is that?
The flower feels like a bit of an afterthought here but if you’d like the flower to be more of a dainty detail, it could be the perfect option for you.
Another way to go about your flower name tattoo is to take a more traditional approach. Hallmarks of traditional Americana tattooing include bold yet simple shapes and the use of only a few colors.
Here’s one of our favorite flower name tattoos on this list. Everything is just so tidy down to the micro tattoo of the tiny hummingbird. Find an artist you can trust and watch them work a little miracle on your skin.
Here’s another large flower name tattoo that has harnessed the power pairing of black and red ink. It’s always a winning combination when it comes to tattoos.
For this design, the stem of the rose seems to be completing the letter “A” in the name Alba. It’s an interesting idea and way to connect the two elements.
You can always just slap a name next to a flower and call it a day. This looks fantastic.
Here’s one of the small flower name tattoo designs that is breathy and composed of a very thin line. This sort of tattoo looks great right now, but you should know that tattoos with lines this thin will need a touchup or two to keep it visible.
A rose paired with a name in bold font seems to be appealing to a lot of folks these days. If you’re going bigger with your tattoo it might be the best option.
Mental health tattoos are a megatrend right now because they help show solidarity and raise awareness about mental illness. If you’ve been toying with the idea of getting one, you can easily pair it with your flower name tattoo.
Here’s a design that’s added little decorative dots for even more visual interest. Feel free to do the same if you’d like your tattoo to look a bit like jewelry.
Here’s a clever idea. Instead of working the name into the stem, you can get the name written across the stem. As we said earlier, red and black look fantastic together.
An all-black stem with a bold font meets a romantic rose in this flower name tattoo. The artist has still made the overall tattoo look balanced. That’s the name of the game.
“Cute and dainty micro green orchids with their child’s name,” the artist who shared this image captioned it. We like the idea of going all green as it seems a better celebration of nature.
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We’ll leave you with a flower name tattoo that’s one handsome tattoo. There are no frills here, just really clean tattooing. That’s all it takes for a tattoo that will get you plenty of compliments. Don’t rush your tattoo journey. Research an artist’s portfolio and/or flash to better understand their capabilities and specialties.
There you go! We hope you got a better sense of the flower name tattoo trend that’s currently sweeping the nation. It should come as no surprise as floral designs are some of the most requested at tattoo parlors. Further, names as tattoos are a celebration of self or a beloved one. It’s a match made in ink heaven!
Andrew is an Assistant Editor for Mamas Uncut with over ten years of experience as a writer in the creative, marketing, and blogging spaces. After studying Film and Art History, he developed a passion for telling stories in a variety of mediums. Obsessively making lists, reporting celebrity news, and diving into emerging pop cultural topics are a few of his interests.
- 0.1 Faded Daisy
- 0.2 Blooming
- 0.3 Cute Little One
- 0.4 Petal Magic
- 0.5 A Light Touch
- 0.6 It’s the Little Things
- 0.7 All About the Drama
- 0.8 The Mysteries of White Ink
- 0.9 Black Ink Is Great as Well
- 0.10 Daisy Blaze
- 0.11 Falling Daisies
- 0.12 In a Vase
- 0.13 A Chain of Love
- 0.14 Pretty and Pink
- 0.15 So Many Colors
- 0.16 Going Big
- 0.17 Wink
- 0.18 Listen to Your Heart
- 0.19 A Showstopper
- 0.20 A Minimalist Approach
- 0.21 Made You Smile
- 0.22 Boots the House Down
- 0.23 Less Is Way More
- 0.24 Micro Realism
- 0.25 Blue Bubble
- 1 Get Inspiration for Your Very Own Flower Name Tattoo Below!
- 1.1 Dominika
- 1.2 Amelia
- 1.3 Hope
- 1.4 Sylvia
- 1.5 Claudya & Victoria
- 1.6 Emma
- 1.7 Selena
- 1.8 Marcell
- 1.9 Brynlee
- 1.10 Sherlyn
- 1.11 Sylvanie
- 1.12 Pamela
- 1.13 Noemi
- 1.14 Lucy
- 1.15 Diego
- 1.16 H.S.
- 1.17 Matthew
- 1.18 Jack and Emily
- 1.19 Ingrid
- 1.20 Kumal
- 1.21 Abhilaxshi
- 1.22 Mia
- 1.23 Olivia
- 1.24 Julia
- 1.25 Jordie
- 1.26 Alba
- 1.27 Andrea
- 1.28 Max
- 1.29 Julianna
- 1.30 Alyssa
- 1.31 Samuel
- 1.32 Gwendolyn
- 1.33 Yari
- 1.34 Alex
- 1.35 David
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