Floral designs are a fan favorite, which is why I’ve been putting together this list of the best flower tattoos I’ve ever had the pleasure of encountering for quite some time now. It’s been months, no years since the first design was put aside with this list in mind, which is why I’m rather excited to finally share it with you as I do believe it represents the best of what’s out there. Floral tattoos are something that every girl can get behind. And by the end of this list, you’re going to know exactly what it feels like to fall in love—multiple times I’m guessing. I fell in love with each and every one of these designs the second I saw them, and ever since then, it’s been an ongoing affair. This list is so jam-packed full of beauty and elegance that you’ll be barfing rainbows and unicorns by the time you’ve finished. Check it, 80 of the best floral tattoos to have ever seen the light of day.
As someone who doesn’t publish that much of her work online, it’s surprising that so many of Amanda Wachob’s designs have gone viral the way they have. Many artists post hundreds, sometimes even thousands of designs for the world to see, but Amanda is far more reserved—or so it seems. However, when she does post, it’s usually an absolute feast for the eyes. Her floral designs are a fan favorite, but her abstract works are equally impressive.
A lotus flower
Lotus flowers are incredibly popular tattoo designs. Their unique petal arrangement and the singular beauty that the lotus flower represents makes them an excellent choice for a stand alone floral design. It use to be that if you got a floral tattoo, it was either a lotus or a rose. That of course was before the whole peony trend exploded.
Pink and purple peonies
Olga’s light and elegant style was developed for tattooing flowers—or so it would seem. When you think of a flower, the rose is usually the first thing that comes to mind. But when I think floral tattoo, the first thing that comes to my mind is a peony. Peonies > roses.
Gorgeous fuchsia flowers
I don’t know if it’s coincidence or what, but the fuchsia flowers on this list seem to be living in a world of their own as far as quality is concerned. Tattoos of this caliber deserve to be framed and passed down from generation to generation before eventually being enshrined in a museum somewhere for the public to enjoy.
A black ink rose
Black and grey ink designs sure have come a long way over the years. My aunt had a rose tattoo on her forearm that looked as if it was drawn with a dull crayon and even saying that was being generous. The detail in this design is what separates Nando from the rest of the pack, and as you can see, it doesn’t get much better than this.
An x-ray poppy
X-ray floral tattoos come in all different shapes and sizes, but the way this poppy was done sends tingly feelings up and down my spine. Most x-ray flowers you’ll see are dark in nature where as this design emphasizes the lighter, more transparent aspects of an x-ray which I absolutely love.
A single cherry blossom
Give it another 30 years and this design may just fade into oblivion, that’s how faint the majority of this piece appears. Hongdam is an artist who tattoos with class, as in, each of his designs would be right at home at a cocktail party at the Louvre.
Light pink cherry blossoms
Women who get cherry blossom tattoos are only interested in one thing: beauty. Because cherry blossoms are the epitome of all things beautiful in this world. It’s common to come across individual cherry blossom tattoos or even branches full of blossoms, but pink cherry blossoms accompanied by green leaves are not a very common sight.
A colorful daisy bouquet
Gerber daisies come in a variety of different colors. And assuming that’s what we’re looking at here, I have to say that these types of daisies are severely underrepresented in the tattoo industry. Everything from the orientation of the design to the framing of the photo itself were executed with precision and care.
A few small roses
Ever since I first laid eyes upon this cluster of roses I’ve been seriously contemplating getting a similar design in the exact same location myself. Of course not a copy, I would never do that, I’m just saying that there definitely would be similarities. Eva is well known for her circular landscape designs, but after seeing this gorgeous floral design I think it’s pretty clear that her talent knows no boundaries.