Flower-inspired baby names for girls are blooming popular. They are feminine, delicate and beautiful, which couldn't be more perfect for a little girl! We've found 20 flower inspired baby names and what they represent.
Will you choose a flowery name for your baby girl?
Flowery baby names for girls:
An attractive yellow or white blossom which symbolises immortality. It's sometimes used as the national symbol of Australia.
A cluster of flowers that look beautiful when in bloom, Blossom is making its way back into the popular baby girl names.
A pretty wildflower that often grows in the countryside. Bluebells are a symbol of gratitude and it's a beautiful, distinctive name choice.
Clover is a charming and perky name that is often associated with lucky (the four-leaf clover).
This vibrant flower in Victorian represents elegance and dignity.
The second most popular girls name begining with 'D'. This name comes from the phrase "days eye" as it opens its petals at daybreak.
This name comes from the delphinium flower, which dolphine shaped flower represents an open heart. Delphine is a chic name.
It's leaves and vibrant red berries make this a beautiful Christmas decoration and an even more adorable name. The green leaves represent eternal life.
The Greek origin meaning "rainbow", an iris is the symbol of wisdom and courage.
In Ancient Greece ivy would symbolise faithfulness. The evergreen plant represents eternity and strength.
A small white flower that is known for its fragrance. This delicate flower is associated with love.
Can also be spelt "Lavanda". Purple is the colour of royality and pink the colour of youth, making this an incredibly feminine name.
The symbol on innocence, the Lily is a beautiful star-like flower that smells wonderful.
A cluster of sunshine, it is known as "herb of the sun" and represents creativity.
Beautiful, soft and sweet smelling. The petal has its own distinctive style.
A classic name and the symbol of sleep, Poppy is a very popular girls name.
Meaning "first rose" this beautiful flower with a message of something special, telling someone you can't live without them.
An enchanting flower which beautiful colours offer distinct meanings: red, passion; white, innoncence; yellow, friendship; pink, appreciation; orange, desire.
Rose can be shortened from Rosalie or Rosemary.
Pretty, soft and sweet. This name was made popular by Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck's eldest daughter.
The symbol of nature and life, 'Willow' also represents balance, learning and growth.
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