What Is Your Birth Flower?

Your birth month says a lot about you. It assigns your zodiac sign and your birthstone. But did you know it also appoints you a birth flower? Birth flowers are exactly that; flowers that represent the month a person was born, carrying unique meanings and connections to different personality traits.

Just like birthstones, birthflowers signify specific months and are believed to bring good luck and protection to those that wear them. Discovering your own birthflower can be a meaningful journey of self-discovery and reflection. So, without further ado, let’s answer the all important question: what is your birth flower?

January Birth Flower – Carnation

For those born in January, the carnation is your birthflower. Known for its delicate petals and sweet fragrance, the carnation symbolises fascination, distinction, and love. It’s said that wearing carnations can bring luck and protection, making it a wonderful choice for celebrations and January birthday gifts.

February Birth Flower- Iris

The iris, with its striking beauty and vibrant colours, is the birthflower for February. This flower represents faith, hope, and wisdom. The intricate patterns of the iris are said to symbolise communication and understanding. That probably means you’re a great communicator with empathy for all those around you.

March Birth Flower- Daffodil

March babies are represented by the bright and cheerful daffodil. Symbolising rebirth and new beginnings, daffodils are often associated with spring and the renewal of life. They convey the sentiments of hope, inspiration, and positivity, reflecting the essence of this early spring month.

April Birth Flower- Daisy

Daisies, with their simple yet charming appearance, represent those born in April. They symbolise purity, innocence, and new beginnings. Daisies are often seen as a symbol of loyal love and are cherished for their cheerful demeanour and enduring beauty.

May Birth Flower – Lily

The elegant and majestic lily is the birthflower for May. Representing humility, devotion, and purity of heart, lilies are often associated with royalty and spirituality. Their delicate petals and graceful appearance make them a beloved choice for birthday bouquets and May birthday gifts.

June Birth Flower- Rose

June birthdays are graced by the presence of the timeless rose. Symbolising love, passion, and beauty, roses have captivated hearts for centuries. Each colour of rose carries its own significance, from red roses symbolising love to yellow roses representing friendship and joy.

July Birth Flower- Delphinium

Delphiniums, with their tall spikes of colourful blooms, represent July birthdays. They represent an open heart and a feeling of lightness and levity. Delphiniums are also often associated with positivity and cheerfulness. We reckon that sounds a lot like you July babies.

August Birth Flower- Gladiolus

The gladiolus, with its tall, sword-like blooms, is the birthflower for August. Known for symbolising strength, integrity, and sincerity, gladiolus flowers convey deep emotional attachment and moral integrity. They are often given as a gesture of admiration and respect.

September Birth Flower- Aster

Asters, with their star-like blooms, represent those born in September. Symbolising love, patience, and wisdom, asters are associated with elegance and refinement. They convey sentiments of affection and appreciation, making them a cherished choice as friendship gifts.

October Birth Flower- Marigold

Marigolds are the birthflowers for October. These vibrant and aromatic blooms signify passion, creativity, and warmth. They are also often associated with the sun and positive energy. It’s highly likely those born in October are equally warm, positive and just generally great to be around!

November Birth Flower- Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums, with their abundant petals and rich colours, represent November birthdays. They are filled with optimism, joy, and longevity and widely cherished for their resilience and beauty. They are often given as a token of friendship and well wishes.

December Birth Flower- Poinsettia

December babies are represented by the festive poinsettia. Symbolising success, good cheer, and celebration, poinsettias are iconic flowers of the holiday season. They are cherished for their vibrant red and green foliage, bringing joy and warmth during the winter months.

Birth Flower Jewellery

We might be a little biased, but we think birthflower jewellery is one of the most thoughtful and precious birthday gifts you can give someone. It’s ideal for birthday celebrations since it honours both the month they were born and their individuality, bringing attention to their best personality traits. Birthflower jewellery can also be worn to cherish a loved one by wearing their birthflower. Or simply wear the blooms that feel most suited to you.

Here at Inscripture, we have a stunning selection of birth flower necklaces and charms that capture the essence of each birth month. Our birth flower pendants are elegantly engraved with your month’s respective floret, or we have stunning charms that combine 925 sterling silver, rose gold and yellow gold vermeil to perfectly capture the colours and textures of each flower.

Explore the full collection of Birthflower Jewellery here at Inscripture and make yours or your loved one’s birthday one they’ll never forget.