There are so many unique ways to learn more about yourself based on details like your date of birth, the time you were born, and even the birthstone correlating to the month you were born! But one thing you may not be familiar with is that each month also has a coordinating birth flower that symbolizes the qualities and traits of those born in that month. Flowers have long been used to convey emotions and messages, and they make meaningful gifts for any occasion, especially when they come in jewelry form (hint, hint!).
Our newest collection featuring the blossoms of each month is dropping soon and we’re so excited to finally share these gorgeous necklaces with you! Each necklace features a dainty, mother-of-pearl pendant with a specialty card that highlights the properties of each flower and month making them the perfect gift! In this article we'll touch on each flower and its meanings to explain more about what inspired this new collection.
January - Snowdrop
The Snowdrop is the Birth Flower for January, and it holds several meanings and symbolisms. The Snowdrop is often the first flower to bloom in the winter, and its appearance is seen as a sign of hope for the coming spring representing optimism, renewal, and the promise of new beginnings. The pristine white color of the Snowdrop flower is often associated with purity, innocence, and a fresh start. It also has the ability to withstand harsh winter conditions and emerge unscathed which is why it is often associated with resilience, perseverance, and strength in the face of adversity. The Snowdrop flower can also be given as a gift to console someone who is grieving or going through a difficult time.
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February - Iris
The Iris is the birth flower for February and symbolizes faith, hope, wisdom, and courage. These elegant flowers come in a variety of colors, including blue, purple, yellow, and white, and are often used in bouquets and floral arrangements to convey a message of admiration and respect. The Iris has been associated with royalty and wisdom throughout history and is a popular choice for those looking to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to their garden or floral arrangements.
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March - Daffodil
The daffodil is the birth flower for March and represents rebirth, new beginnings, and hope. These bright yellow flowers are often associated with spring and are a popular gift for those celebrating a new chapter in their lives. Daffodils are also said to bring good fortune and prosperity to the recipient, making this necklace the perfect gift for those graduating, getting married, or embarking on a new phase of their life.
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April - Daisy
The daisy is the birth flower for April and symbolizes purity, innocence, and love. These cheerful flowers come in a variety of colors, but the classic white and yellow combination is the most popular. Daisies come in a variety of colors and are often used in bouquets and floral arrangements to convey a sense of joy and happiness.
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May - Lily of the Valley
The Lily of the Valley is the birth flower for May and represents sweetness, humility, and happiness. These delicate flowers are often used in wedding bouquets and floral arrangements to convey a message of love and purity. In Celtic tradition specifically, they represent love and protection and were often carried by brides. Lily of the Valley is also believed to bring good luck and prosperity to the recipient which makes this necklace the perfect gift for those celebrations happening in your life.
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June - Rose
The rose is the birth flower for June and represents love, passion, and beauty. These classic flowers come in a variety of colors, each with its own meaning. Red roses symbolize love, white roses represent purity, and yellow roses symbolize friendship. Roses are also a popular gift for romantic occasions such as Valentine's Day and anniversaries.
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July - Water Lily
The Water Lily is the birth flower for July and symbolizes purity of heart, enlightenment, and renewal. These delicate flowers are often found floating on ponds and lakes and have been admired for their beauty and tranquility since ancient times. Water Lilies come in a range of colors, including pink, white, and yellow, and are often used in floral arrangements and water gardens to convey a sense of peacefulness and serenity. These flowers are also associated with the goddess Venus and are said to represent love and fertility.
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August - Poppy
The Poppy is the birth flower for August and symbolizes imagination, creativity, and success. These bright and cheerful flowers come in a variety of colors, including red, orange, and pink, and are often used in bouquets and floral arrangements to convey a message of happiness and excitement. Poppies have been associated with the arts and creativity throughout history and are a popular choice for those looking to add a touch of inspiration and vibrancy to their floral arrangements. In addition to their beauty, poppies are also used for medicinal purposes and are said to have calming and pain-relieving properties
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September - Morning Glory
The Birth Flower for September is the Morning Glory. The Morning Glory flower is known for its delicate and beautiful appearance, with trumpet-shaped flowers that come in a variety of colors including purple, blue, pink, and white. It is often associated with love, affection, creativity, and perseverance. In some cultures, the Morning Glory flower is also believed to have calming and therapeutic properties, helping to relieve stress and anxiety. The Morning Glory flower makes a meaningful and thoughtful gift for those born in September, or anyone who appreciates its beauty and symbolism.
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October - Cosmos
The Cosmos flower is one of the birth flowers for October and is known for its delicate and daisy-like appearance, with petals that come in a variety of colors including pink, white, and purple. It is often associated with love, harmony, and balance. In some cultures, the Cosmos is also believed to have spiritual significance, representing the connection between the physical world and the divine. The Cosmos flower makes a meaningful and thoughtful gift for those born in October, or anyone who appreciates its beauty and symbolism.
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November - Chrysanthemum
The Chrysanthemum is the birth flower for November and symbolizes loyalty, friendship, and love. These elegant flowers come in a range of colors, including white, yellow, and pink, and are often used in bouquets and floral arrangements to convey a message of admiration and gratitude. Chrysanthemums have been cultivated for over 2,000 years and are a popular choice for those looking to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to their floral arrangements. In some cultures, chrysanthemums are also associated with death and are used in funeral ceremonies to honor the deceased.
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December - Holly
The Birth Flower for December is the Holly. The Holly plant is known for its spiky leaves and bright red berries, which are often associated with the winter holiday season. The Holly is also a symbol of protection, positivity, and good luck. In some cultures, the Holly is believed to have healing properties and is used in traditional remedies for various ailments. The Holly flower makes a meaningful and thoughtful gift for those born in December, or anyone who appreciates its beauty and symbolism.
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We hope this helped you learn a bit more about these gorgeous flowers and their meanings and will hopefully help you pick (see what we did there) the perfect gift for that special someone!
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