Spring has sprung. Hallelujah! The season brings with it newness, freshness, warmth, color, and my favorite spring blooms!
Springtime flowers are not only beautiful, they’re a great source of inspiration for baby names. Flower names for baby girls are a perfect fit for springtime babies! And there are so many pretty ones to choose from.
Do you have a favorite flower name?
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Click through for 10 lovely flower names for baby girls born in the springtime or any time!
My dad has a cousin Iris, and she's just a lovely lady. According to Nameberry, "in ancient times, the Iris was considered a symbol of power and majesty, the three petal segments representing faith, wisdom and valor."
Ivy always reminds me of a slightly bad-girl name, probably because of the poison variety. And while it is not a blooming flower, it has a great history: Newlyweds were presented with ivy wreaths as a symbol of fertility.
This has been an absolute favorite of mine for years, but the spouse poo-poos it every time I mention it. Nameberry says it's one of the rare flower names that might just be working its way into naming conversations.
I'm a huge fan of Daisy. Perhaps more so as a nickname for Margaret (the flower was the symbol of Santa Margherita; thus the connection) than as a stand-alone name, but however it's used, it's a great one.
Poppy is another awesome flower name for a girl. I just love it, and completely agree with what Nameberry has to say about this moniker: "Poppy, unlike most floral names which are sweet and feminine, has a lot of spunk."