What’s your baby’s birth flower?
for your bundle
Did you know that each month has its own special birth flower?
START A BEAUTIFUL family tradition by having a gorgeous bouquet of your baby’s birth month flower in the house when you return home after giving birth. Press the petals as a keepsake. Or, you could plant the flower in your garden to enjoy as your baby grows. What’s your precious little one’s birth month flower? January Carnations. Meaning: Love, dedication and comfort February Violets. Meaning: Humility and loyalty March Daffodils. Meaning: Respect, dedication, mutual affection April Sweet peas. Meaning: Innocence, youth and purity May Sunflower. Meaning: Power, longevity, positivity, strength June Roses. Meaning: Love July Water lily. Meaning: Beauty, purity and enlightenment August Gladioli. Meaning: Faithfulness, sincerity and integrity September Forget- me- nots. Meaning: Love, refinement and good luck October Marigolds. Meaning: Cheerfulness, humility and warmth November Chrysanthemum. Meaning: Lasting friendship, loyalty, devotion December Narcissus. Meaning: Prosperity, clarity and inspiration YP