Daisy tattoo is lately becoming very popular among women. Those tattoos are really beautiful and are very appealing to the eyes. So it’s not surprising they are quite accessible. Besides their beauty, they have a very strong history that dates back centuries ago.
According to Celtic legends, God used daisies as a way to cheer parents after the death of their child. This is why daisies are often associated with motherhood and parenting today. Gifting a bouquet of daisies is a common way to show support and celebrate new life.
In Norse mythology, the daisy was the sacred flower of Freya, the goddess of love and fertility. In the Roman myth of Vertumnus and Belides, the god of seasons pursued a nymph so aggressively that she turned herself into a daisy to escape.
Daisy flowers also have a strong relationship with Christianity as well. Many Christians have linked the flower to the purity and innocence of the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ.
Daisy tattoo is a symbol of all of the following: Serenity, Femininity, Patience,Peace, Beauty, Luck, Love, Gentleness, Simplicity, Youth, Vanity, Boldness, Emotion, Happiness.
Furthermore, each color came to have its own meaning:
White – Purity and innocence
Yellow – Friendly and creative
Green – Wise
Red – Strong and courageous
Orange – Responsible
Blue – Emotion and softness
When it comes to design of a daisy tattoo, it is a personal choice. You should unleash your inner creativity. It should be something you won’t regret having in your body. You can make it as realistic as you want or you can add other symbols and imagery that you believe will help bring out the message you’re thinking of.
Really popular styles are: minimalistic or small daisy tatto, realistyc (3D) tattoo, black and white style, fullcolour or watercolour designs.
Since the daisy tattoo design is very customizable, this is a flexible tattoo to choose. It’s easy to fit it just about anywhere on your body. Your placement will likely depend on the size of the tattoo, as well as whether or not you include the stems, multiple flowers, or falling petals.
The most common places on the body for a daisy tattoo are the arm, thigh, foot, wrist, and ribs. The back, chest, and shoulder are also popular picks.