As the days get sunnier and warmer, we cannot help but be filled with a renewed sense of inspiration and joy. What better way to mark this fantastic fresh season than by getting beautiful spring-inspired tattoos? Whether you want something with flowers, animals, or symbols representing nature’s rebirth, these 25 awesome tattoo designs will inspire your unique point of view.
Spring tattoos come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and styles. The one consistent theme is a celebration of nature and its splendor. If you’re considering a spring tattoo, you have come to the right place, as we have curated the most extraordinary designs. Find the right one for you below!
A Little Spring Bouquet
In this spring tattoo, we are treated to some of the first blooms of the season. For most of us, that pop of yellow from daffodils is the signal that spring has finally come.
Springtime Mountain Scene
Perhaps a mountain scene featuring spring imagery is the right move. In fact, any landscape will do. If you are fan of camping, hiking, or even bird watching, something similar could be a perfect fit.
Another one of the first signs of warm days is delicate cherry blossoms. We love the burning red sun behind this cherry tree branch. It really makes the entire thing pop.
A little jackalope friend is fast asleep in this darling spring tattoo. Of course, there are flowers for good measure here. We wonder what this creature is dreaming about.
Lily of the Valley
Pick a botanical, any botanical. Blue lily of the valley looks so expressive in this spring tattoo. We’ve seen a few rather large tattoos thus far, but you can scale something like this down if you would like something smaller.
Name a prettier leaf; we dare you! For your spring tattoo, flowers might be front of mind, but don’t forget about the leaves that make this season so lusciously green.
Life from Death
We’re treated to some appropriate symbolism in this spring tattoo that shows plants climbing from a pile of bones. The season of hibernation is over, and it’s time for life!
The maneki-neko is a hallmark of Japanese culture that so many of us connect with. This adorable spring tattoo finds the character with a springtime makeover. They don’t get any cuter than this.
One of our favorite spring tattoos on this list finds a spring chicken topped with a flower. Isn’t it just magical? We love tattoos with a touch of whimsy.
Another Feathered Friend
As you might expect, birds are popular subject matter for spring tattoos. Pick your favorite and pair them with some glorious blooms and you’ve got yourself a proper tattoo.
Thank You, Berry Much
Strawberries are in season in late spring, making them an excellent option for a spring tattoo. These inoffensive ones are so sweet and juicy-looking.
Yes, flowers, but also a cool style with this spring tattoo. A simple glass full of flowers is made into something fresh with a dotted styling, unlike any tattoo we’ve ever seen.
Pretty, Pretty Pansy
Peonies love early spring and late fall. This one has been tattooed in radical colors that verge on the surreal. You can spin any flower design into a far-out one by choosing unconventional hues for your spring tattoo.
A fairy, sprite, nymph, or faie is depicted in the spring tattoo above. It’s been finished with such a delicate touch and just a kiss of white ink for highlight.
Bunnies in a Basket
As you will soon learn, we are big fans of spring tattoos featuring bunnies. These adorable bunnies are in a basket along with some fruit and flowers. This has a storybook quality that we love.
Clean lines are all that’s required to take your spring tattoo to the next level. Even the simplest of designs can be transcendent with the right tattoo artist laying them down.
Micro-realism tattoos are a big trend today. As we mentioned, cherry blossoms are extremely popular among spring tattoos, and these are the prettiest ones we saw.
We’re staying micro for a moment with this tiny bee that’s about the size of a quarter. Bees start buzzing again in spring, and they help spread life among the flowers. A perfect subject matter for your spring tattoo.
If you are a fan of folk art, consider finding artwork that can be adapted into a spring tattoo. This rabbit looks totally magical, with ornamental and botanical elements helping to frame it.
The Full Sleeve
Now, we know most people who are considering spring tattoos are not looking for a full sleeve, but if you’re interested, here’s how it’s done. It’s exploding with life and color.
The Impressionist Butterfly
Watercolor tattoos are one of the biggest trends of the last decade. They look fantastic for spring tattoos because so many of these designs contain brightly colored elements. This butterfly is the perfect example.
We find a character literally holding spring flowers in her arms. How gorgeous is this concept? Style meets substance here in one of our favorite spring tattoos on the list.
A Bun and Blossoms
Yes, we have another bunny portrait to share. We get a closer look at that handsome face. Take a look at the shading here, which helps bring this sweet creature to life.
A Bun and Berry
Yes, another bunny spring tattoo, but this one is very much not like the others. This delightful character is perfectly spherical in shape and is holding the sweetest strawberry you will ever see.
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Finally, we leave you with one of the most dramatic spring tattoos that features peony flowers. We love the ghostly nature of the blooms and the leaves. What a delight!
There you go! What did you think of these spring tattoos? We hope you found them to be as beautiful and inspiring as we did. If you can’t wait for spring to get into full swing, get yourself a spring-inspired design to remind you that warmer days always await you. For more gorgeous tattoos, keep reading. We’ve got our favorite flower tattoos to share with you as well!
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Lilacs are often considered symbols of spirituality and tranquility. We’d say these lilac flower tattoos look pretty peaceful and serene! The delicate application and the inclusion of white ink for highlight really put this design on a whole new level.
A Red Rose
Red roses symbolize romance and love which is likely why so many people choose them for their flower tattoos! This design is unlike most, however, as it has been tattooed in a completely original style. Find yourself a tattoo artist with a point of view and you could easily end up with something this spectacular.
Very Fine Violets
How dreamy are these violet flower tattoos? Often, artists will use black lines and then shade them in but here we find a softer look thanks to the absence of them. Violets have been considered a symbol of modesty since antiquity.
Peonies are a symbol of good fortune. We know that’s definitely the case as this is one of the most beautiful tattoos we have ever beheld. The black background really acts to make the colors in this design pop.
A Beautiful Bouquet
Why get just one type of flower when you can have multiple flower tattoos? We find vibrant colors across the spectrum here with a cute little ladybug on top to make this extra sweet.
Orchid for the Win
Here’s the most delicate orchid tattoo you will ever see! Orchids symbolize love and luxury and both feel apparent in this design. This tattoo is one of the smallest we’ve shown you but you can go even smaller!
Micro tattoos are extremely popular among flower tattoos as they look like tiny treasures. This is one example done in black ink but we’ll share more like it as this list goes on.
A Whole Scene
One of the most stunning flower tattoos on this list, this masterpiece features all sorts of floral goodness along with one of the most beautiful hummingbirds you will ever lay your eyes on. If you’re interested in a half-sleeve tattoo, florals are clearly a wise way to go!
Flower tattoos done in a watercolor style are a match made in heaven. These expressive poppy flowers are such a dream come true. In literature, poppies have long been associated with sleep and peace (think of the famous scene from The Wizard of Oz).
The Bird of Paradise flower has one of the most unusual blooms of any plant. The buds look like birds! We love this take on the bud and it’s one of the most unique flower tattoos on this list!
What do you think of this black ink hydrangea tattoo? We think it’s a very sharp-looking design. Most flower tattoos go full color but you can see that black offers sophistication.
Here’s another poppy tattoo but as you can see it’s been done in a totally different style. It’s reminiscent of decorative arts and illustration. If you’re interested in understated flower tattoos, you could do something similar!
Here’s another micro tattoo and it’s so small and delicate that we’d bet it was done using the stick-and-poke method which is simply a machine-free tattoo done by hand. For the smallest designs, consider finding an artist who specializes in this type of tattooing.
Here for the Drama
Marigold and Narcissus flowers look so dramatic in this tattoo! We find the gold and orange on the petals to contrast in a big way with the green and blue leaves. It makes the entire design truly look dynamic.
Pink roses symbolize sweetness, grace, and feminity. We find all of those qualities in these flower tattoos look so breathy with their delicate blush color. We imagine a great many folks would love to have something similar.
Here are some teeny-tiny flower tattoos of lilacs and forget-me-nots. These super fine tattoos have a subtle symmetry that offers plenty of balance.
Check out the color choices for this truly remarkable tattoo with flowers that are out of this world! This natural scene feels both fresh and timeless with a storybook style that meets new-school sensibilities. Bravo!
Do you see the image hidden in these flower tattoos? We don’t want to spoil the surprise but take a look at those colorful shapes and see if you see anything looking back at you. The pops of color really help balance out the moody black of the floral illustration. A real winner!
Traditional flower tattoos are very graphic like this one and the artist has chosen some interesting colors of ink to help update the design for a more contemporary look. If you love old-school tattooing, you should request something similar.
Giant flower tattoos are a delight if you have the patience to sit for one of them. We find these luscious lilies to be perfectly placed on the shoulder blades for a clever look that accentuates the natural shape of the body.
Larkspur & Marigold
Larkspurs symbolize an open heart and marigolds represent the power of the sun. We think both look so cute in these flower tattoos that are super stylish and imaginative.
A Touch Abstract
Black, blue, and orange are clearly a winning color combo. We find two poppy flower tattoos here but also a lot of abstract imagery in the form of “brushstrokes” and round shapes that look like the sun and moon. What a delight!
These stunning flower tattoos with black and red details look like they come straight from the Art Deco period. If you want to find the sweet spot where graphic meets minimalism, something similar will serve you very well.
This lotus tattoo looks like meditation in visual form. Take a deep breath and appreciate the intricacies of the flower paired with the simple line and dot elements.
Do you have a picture book that holds special meaning to you? There might be an illustration of flowers in it that will work as a subtle nod to your childhood favorite. These simple yet evocative red flowers look like child’s play in the best way.
A Handful of Flowers
These very minimal flower tattoos are such a dream with color that’s applied to look almost like paint, we find it light, bright, and full of natural beauty. You don’t have to commit to a giant, complicated tattoo to make a statement.
What do you think of this take on a dandelion? We think it’s exquisite. Find yourself a tattoo artist with a love for design and you could walk out with some truly inventive flower tattoos.
Just a World of Flowers
Did you expect to see the continents covered in blooms this way? We sure did not and we were so shocked when we first encountered this amazing tattoo. Black ink fill makes the beautiful colors of each flower truly shine.
Life & Death
How amazing are the flowers placed on top of this skull? This is an example of neotraditional tattooing at its finest!
How stunning are these pansies? This tattoo is dedicated to the person’s mom which feels even more special. Did your parental figure always keep a certain type of flower in your family’s garden?
This tattoo is still very fresh and we can expect the yellow smiley face to be clearer once the tattoo has healed. For your flower tattoos, you can go completely cartoonish and whimsical. There’s no need to take flowers so seriously!
Freesia flowers symbolize trust and companionship. These flower tattoos are some of the most delicate on this list. Look how finely the color has been applied to the blossoms.
These stylized rose flower tattoos look fresh surrounded by the rectangular border. Orange roses symbolize life and vitality!
Put Them In a Vase
By adding an element like a vase to your design, you can attract even more visual interest. If you have a beautiful vessel in mind, let it inspire your tattoo to give your flowers something to sit inside.
Some flower tattoos are truly museum-worthy. We find this breathtaking design with a flower you don’t see very often, at least not in tattoo form, the Chinese Milkvetch. We’re in love!
One of the most beautiful flowers on the planet, the Spider Lily, translated very well into ink. We write this often, but we’ll say it again, red ink is your friend. It always looks fantastic and adds so much life to your flower tattoos!
How sweet are these little blue blooms? The lines are so very fine on these flower tattoos that we’re almost positive it was done machine-free and by hand. What a dream!
We’ve spotted a bit of a trend with these black flower tattoos where a color block of some sort has been added. We absolutely love this look and hope this trend continues as it really does interpret how we see the world in such a unique way.
Check out the colors chosen for this mesmerizing flower tattoo. The aqua blue paired with the orangish-red are a match made in heaven. Black ink adds tons of depth and drama for an overall winning design.
Just a blue rose on fire! This is the drama you cam for in the flower tattoos. In color theory, blue is associated with mystery which only adds to the interest in this inexplicably burning flower.
What’s being called 3D Tattoos are having a big moment today. We find so many of these designs and we must say this one with a rose is one of our favorites.
If you’re looking for very graphic and stylized flower tattoos, consider designing an ornamental representation of your favorite blooms. You can look to architecture and graphic design for inspiration.
Fairest Pink Peony
This is one of the most beautiful flower tattoos we have ever seen. It’s so pretty it punches you in the guy and steals your breath! Wow. Delicate, sharp lines and expert shading really make this tattoo one of the very best on this list.
No, you will not find any flowers this wacky and neon in real life but that does not mean you still shouldn’t dream! Express yourself by requesting colors and design ideas for your flower tattoos that are personal to you.
Fade Into You
The ombré is strong with this one! How lovely does this delicate fade from orange to red look on the petals of this rose? We imagine the effect would look good for most flower tattoos.
A Nice Touch
Here’s another example of an ornamental design which is an abstract interpretation of a flower. Isn’t this the most perfectly sophisticated and understated design you’ve ever seen?
How lush is this Gerbera Daisy? Take a close look at the outline and you will discover the thinnest of white lines going around this entire design. It makes this flower tattoo looks like it’s floating over the arm and not actually on it!
We did not expect to see any Little Shop of Horrors love today but we suppose we should have seen it coming! We find the monstrous Audrey II among some truly beautiful buds. How fun and imaginative!
By far, Sunflowers and Roses are two of the most popular blossoms for flowers. We have seen many Sunflower tattoos but none like this one! It offers a very geometric take with such uniformity it teeters on the edge of being ornamental. More like this, please!
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Floral on the Forearm
If you’re looking for flower tattoos that will fit your forearm (which is one of the most popular locations), consider something that stretches down it like this as opposed to designs that wrap around the arm. We love the black background next to those soft pastel colors of the flowers and leaves. So much drama!
There you go! What did you think of these flower tattoos? We hope you found inspiration for your very own designs and that you’ll have something to take to your tattoo artist for reference. There is no right or wrong way to conceive of your flower tattoo. Find photos of the actual plants or look into flower symbolism to help inform your decision and result in an ultimately meaningful design.
- 0.1 A Little Spring Bouquet
- 0.2 Springtime Mountain Scene
- 0.3 Cherry Blossoms
- 0.4 Sleeping Beauty
- 0.5 Lily of the Valley
- 0.6 Ginko
- 0.7 Life from Death
- 0.8 Lucky
- 0.9 Spring Chick
- 0.10 Another Feathered Friend
- 0.11 Thank You, Berry Much
- 0.12 Dotted
- 0.13 Pretty, Pretty Pansy
- 0.14 Spring Fairy
- 0.15 Bunnies in a Basket
- 0.16 Ethereal Tulip
- 0.17 Micro Realism
- 0.18 Tiny Bee
- 0.19 Folk Art-Inspired
- 0.20 The Full Sleeve
- 0.21 The Impressionist Butterfly
- 0.22 Embracing Spring
- 0.23 A Bun and Blossoms
- 0.24 A Bun and Berry
- 0.25 Peony Power
- 1 Learn How to Flaunt Florals with These Beautiful Flower Tattoos!
- 1.1 Lovely Lilacs
- 1.2 A Red Rose
- 1.3 Very Fine Violets
- 1.4 Poetic Peony
- 1.5 A Beautiful Bouquet
- 1.6 Orchid for the Win
- 1.7 Micro Realness
- 1.8 A Whole Scene
- 1.9 Watercolor Poppies
- 1.10 Paradise
- 1.11 Sharp Hydrangea
- 1.12 More Poppy
- 1.13 Micro Magic
- 1.14 Here for the Drama
- 1.15 Pink Roses
- 1.16 Tiny Buds
- 1.17 The Whimsy
- 1.18 Art
- 1.19 Neotraditional
- 1.20 Going Big
- 1.21 Larkspur & Marigold
- 1.22 A Touch Abstract
- 1.23 Art Deco
- 1.24 Lovely Lotus
- 1.25 Illustrative
- 1.26 A Handful of Flowers
- 1.27 Just Dandy
- 1.28 Just a World of Flowers
- 1.29 Life & Death
- 1.30 Pansies
- 1.31 Cartoon Smiles
- 1.32 Freeing Freesia
- 1.33 Orange Roses
- 1.34 Put Them In a Vase
- 1.35 Chinese Milkvetch
- 1.36 Spider Lily
- 1.37 Feeling Blue
- 1.38 Bold
- 1.39 Color Choices
- 1.40 On Fire
- 1.41 3-D
- 1.42 Go Ornamental
- 1.43 Fairest Pink Peony
- 1.44 Express Yourself
- 1.45 Fade Into You
- 1.46 A Nice Touch
- 1.47 Gerbera Daisy
- 1.48 Audrey II
- 1.49 Sunflower Power
- 1.50 Floral on the Forearm
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