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Eight Baby Names Inspired by Flowers

Names Inspired By Flowers

Baby names inspired by flowers are hot right now. And don’t just take our word for it, look at the slew of celebrity children with flower-themed names—Violet Affleck, Willow Smith, and Blue Ivy Carter, for example.

But everyone already knows that celebrities are into giving their kids exotic and unusual names. We didn’t need to tell you that! At The Bouqs Co., though, we want to take flower baby names mainstream because uh… Hello! Flowers rule! Why not name our favorite humans after our favorite petaled plants? Names inspired by flowers remind us of everything that’s good about the world, which makes them perfect for our newborn loved ones.

So we’re going to give you some awesome flower names for girls and boys while dodging the more cliched ones—no offense, roses, daisies, and lilies, but Fergie said it best: “That’s so two thousand and late”!

Without further ado, let’s get creative with baby naming, shall we?

 

Azalea

Azalea is a beautiful flower name for a girl—no ifs, ands, or buts. If you name your newborn daughter Azalea, then you can guarantee she’ll have a one-of-a-kind first name. And she’ll be able to channel the star power of Iggy Azalea!

These vibrant pink flowers symbolize feminine beauty, elegance, fragility, and temperance.

Marigold

If you’ve ever seen Disney’s amazing Coco, then you’ve seen marigold blooms in all their animated, orange-gold splendor. In the film, which pulls from Mexican tradition surrounding Dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead), marigolds are left at the graves of deceased relatives and are said to lead them back to their loved ones to visit.

Marigolds are also the October birth flower and symbolize passion and creativity.

Tulip

If you’re looking for a quirky, and charming flower name for girls, this is the one! And just like these gorgeous flowers, anyone who is named “Tulip” will surely be loved by everyone around them.

But do beware: tulips have been known to drive people crazy in the past. During the 17th century in Holland, the Dutch experienced what was dubbed “tulip mania”, which saw people fall so madly in love with the flower that the value of one tulip skyrocketed to as much as a canal house in Amsterdam (JK, we know your Tulip will be super sweet and won’t drive anyone crazy—at least we hope!).

Tulips are a symbol of perfect love.

Cosmo

When you think of the word “cosmo”, you probably picture the universe and all of its moving parts—the planets, galaxies, and solar systems. And make no mistake, there’s ample reason that the cosmo flower shares the same name, considering its striking star-shaped bloom.

So if you’re in search of a novel flower baby name that conjures up both images of the night sky and the soil beneath our feet, Cosmo is the way to go! What’s best, it could be used as a flower name for a girl or boy.

Cosmo flowers carry loads of meanings, including beauty, order, peace, and modesty.

Calla

Calla lilies are some of the most Instagram-worthy flowers you’ll ever come across. Their beautiful and delicate blooms mostly come in whites, but can also be found in pink, purple, yellow, and multi-colored varieties. All you need to know about callas is that their name literally translates to “most beautiful” in Greek. Not a bad thing to name a daughter, if we do say so ourselves!

Callas symbolize purity, holiness, and faithfulness.

Laurel

Okay, this one is more traditional in the sense that it sounds very “name-like”, for lack of a better word. But while it sounds more conservative, it also provides a cool twist on more generic names like Lauren or Laura. Put simply, it’s not overplayed—and the value of that shouldn’t be underestimated.

As you could’ve guessed, laurels, which are commonly associated with laurel wreaths given to champions, symbolize perseverance, victory, survival, ambition, achievement, and success.

Aster

Another unisex flower name, aster—like cosmo—gets its name due to its star-shaped appearance. The name literally translates to star! If you ask us, Aster sounds like the name of a charming, handsome, and sophisticated agent from a British spy novel. Who doesn’t like that?

Asters represent love, wisdom, and faith.

Poppy

This name is already fairly common—especially in England—but that doesn’t make it any less catchy. A baby with the name Poppy will surely be as bright and beautiful as a field of the blood-red flowers.

Poppies symbolize sacrifice, sleep, and peacefulness.

 

Memorable names can go a long way, and what’s more memorable than a flower baby name that reminds us of nature, beauty, and new life? Whether you have a boy or a girl, we think the world could use a little less tradition and a whole lot more names inspired by flowers.

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