Bianko Birth Month Flower Print
The carnation is one of the most charming flowers known for its ruffled petals and wide array of colours. Much like the flowers, those born in January are known for their playful and loving qualities. A lucky charm to those close to them, admired for their ability to demonstrate gratitude and affection.
The symbolic flower of the Greek goddess Iris, who was also the messenger of love, it seems fitting as those born in February ooze a romantic elegance. The Iris symbolises eloquence, faith, wisdom and hope.
A bright, sunny and happy flower, perfect for those born in March with their endless optimism and unwavering smile. Daffodils symbolise faithfulness, humility and respect, and are often known for their new beginnings.
Symbolising innocence, simplicity and joy, the Daisy is alike the April born, staying forever young and transforming through life with purity. Likened to a fresh start, the Daisy is a perfect emblem for anyone embarking on a new venture.
Symbolising a return of happiness, sweetness, and strong bonds of love. Lily of the valley, much like their May-born counterparts, are exquisitely elegant and a sign of luck. They are also a reminder of the small things in life that bring us joy.
A sweet, timeless beauty. A sentiment applying to both the June born, and the Rose. Symbolising everything from love to friendship, the flower transcends all time and occasions to be exactly what you need it to be.
The vibrant Delphinium symbolises those who are light hearted and enjoy a sense of levity. They denote love and affection and a sense of lightness to carry you through life.
A flower that symbolises love at first sight, with a combination of moral integrity and strength. Firm but soft in meaning, those born in August relate to its character and focus.
Grounded by love, faith and wisdom, like the September-born, Aster’s mark a powerful love and positivity with an undying devotion.
Brilliant, bright and warm – qualities shared by the Marigolds and those born in October. Fierce, passionate and creative, Marigolds bring with them positivity and joy.
One of the most popular flowers to match their November born counterparts. Chrysanthemums symbolise optimism, joy, longevity and compassion.
Those born in December are generally known for their flirtation with life and love for celebration. The poinsettia symbolises these qualities, bringing with it success, happiness and endless celebrations.