What Does Your Birth Flower Say About You?
Bloom into your best self by learning what birth flower represents your roots!
Birth flowers have a myriad of meanings and the concept itself stems from its origin in Roman times, when the tradition of celebrating birthdays started. The “language” of flowers began to evolve in the 18th century and since then each flower has gained a hidden meaning. With this in mind, here are each month’s corresponding birth flowers and their meanings!
Birth flower: Carnation and Snowdrop
Carnations and Snowdrops are both flowers known for surviving the harsh winter. Carnations come in a variety of colors, each with different meanings, but are known for symbolizing love and devotion. The classic white Snowdrop is also similar in a sense, representing pure, innocent love and sympathy.
If you’re born in January, you have a strong sense of loyalty and make it a point to show your loved ones how much you care about them.
This outfit will support you, just as much as you support your loved ones!
Birth flower: Violet and Iris
Violets and Irises both have a striking purple pigment, matching February’s birthstone amethyst. Violets are known for their meaning of wisdom, faithfulness, and remembrance. Irises have a similar meaning, also being known for wisdom and faith, but also symbolize courage and admiration.
If you happen to be a February baby, there’s a good chance you’re a kind and smart person to be around. You also might be the friend everyone goes to for advice since it’s in your nature!
This outfit's purple hue pairs perfectly with this month's flowers!
Birth flower: Daffodil and Jonquil
These bright yellow flowers both symbolize rebirth, befitting for spring! Daffodils are associated with inspiration, forgiveness, and creativity. Jonquil is associated with the same qualities with the addition of success and vitality.
If born in March, you may have a tendency to explore creative endeavors and find success in them! But besides being creative individuals, it wouldn’t be a surprise if you’re also the person everyone turns to if they need someone to cheer them up since you have such a bright personality.
Spring has sprung! These gorgeous greens will compliment you as the flora begins to bloom!
Birth flower: Daisy and Sweet Pea
These flowers are known for the heartfelt meanings they hold, especially when gifted. Daisies represent innocence and transformation, while Sweet Peas represent good wishes and friendship.
If you’re an April baby, we bet that you’re an absolute sweetheart! You love spreading love and wishing the best for everyone in your life.
Just like guavas, you're super sweet! This color will compliment your ever-so-delightful personality.
Birth flower: Lily of the Valley and Hawthorn
The month of May is typically associated with motherhood (due to Mother’s Day) and both flora hold meanings matching! Lily of the Valley are flowers that represent humility and sweetness, while Hawthorn symbolizes hope and faith– all qualities that mothers are known for.
If you’re born in May you may not necessarily be a mom, but could still have the “mom” friend qualities of being kind, loving, understanding, and above all forgiving.
Nothing symbolizes hope better than the color white, and to compliment it we added a touch of green to represent the forgiving qualities of both yourself and nature!
Birth flower: Rose and Honeysuckle
Roses are the classic symbol of love, while the less known Honeysuckle symbolizes pure happiness. These two flowers are a match made in heaven, representing the best sides of love.
June babies love, love! Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or simply enjoy loving the people around you, love comes naturally to you!
To compliment the red tones of roses and the yellow hues of honeysuckle, this light purple and white outfit is a perfect fit!
Birth flower: Delphinium and Water Lily
With summer symbolizing fun, Delphiniums symbolize cheerfulness! This is all while Water Lilies symbolize purity, unity, peace, and balance. This combination encapsulates a fun yet relaxing summer, enjoying both the high and low-energy-filled moments.
If you’re born in July, you’re without a doubt a lovely, kind-hearted person to be around and make beautiful summer memories with.
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Birth flower: Gladiolus and Poppy
The Gladiolus is known for representing the strength of character, honesty, generosity, and moral integrity. Poppies on the other hand represent remembrance and hope.
With this in mind, if you’re born in August you might have characteristics of being strong, independent, and fierce, but you also have a softer side that appreciates the small things in life.
Embrace your softer side with this beautiful dress made to compliment you!
Birth flower: Aster and Morning Glory
Both flowers represent a type of love: Aster’s being an all-powerful love, while Morning Glories represent a heartfelt, deep love.
If September is your birth month, it wouldn’t be too surprising if you’re the type of person who values intimacy and trust, keeping people close, and creating life-long relationships
Spread the love and give hugs in this outfit, made from incredibly soft materials that cuddle your skin!
Birth flower: Marigold and Cosmos
The golden Marigolds embody power, strength, and light; yet Cosmos commonly symbolizes order and harmony. Although these qualities may not seem connected, one’s power and strength create order and harmony in one’s life.
If you’re an October baby, you might be known to be hard-working, creative, and passionate!
Here's an outfit made to suit your creative endeavors! Stay stylish and comfy in this set as you let your passion run wild!
Birth flower: Chrysanthemum
Worry not! Even though November babies only have one flower, that doesn’t make them any less special! Chrysanthemums symbolize friendship, happiness, and well-being, making them loved flowers around the world!
If you happen to be born in November, you love being with friends and loved ones! Creating memories with them gives you energy and makes you feel full.
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Birth flower: Holly and Narcissus
With the festive season, Holly is a perfect fit for December symbolizing good fortune, peace, and merriment. Narcissus also brings in the upcoming new year, representing rebirth and new beginnings.
If you’re lucky enough to be born in December, you might enjoy the peacefulness of winter as you prepare for the new year. You enjoy the beauty of the quiet, but also appreciate the joys that come with the festive season!
Get festive in our stunning, green dress! It's designed to look gorgeous, all while being comfortable- truly the best of both worlds!
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