The Real Meaning Of An Orchid Tattoo
Lifestyle - News
By NICKEY SIEGERMAN
People love flower tattoos because each flower has its own meaning, with roses as symbols of love and sunflowers as symbols of positivity being particularly popular. If you want to get an orchid tattoo, there are many colors and styles you can choose from, but you might be surprised by the meaning behind this flower.
Some cultures believed that orchids act as love potions or aphrodisiacs, and getting this flower tattooed would help with one's fertility. More generally, orchids represent grace, dignity, internal strength, luxury, purity, and mystery, so if you like the sound of any of these, you may be ready to commit to some ink.
The orchid's color also influences its meaning; the blue orchid represents rare beauty, since it’s one of the rarest flowers in the world, while the white orchid means elegance and the black orchid represents refinement. There are so many variations of the orchid tattoo, and you’ll be able to find one that best represents you.