Holly and Narcissus are the official December birth flowers. The flowers themselves are beautiful and so are their special meanings!
Every month of the year is assigned its own set of birth flowers. The flowers represent the month itself and have sweet meanings that are believed to originate way back in Ancient Rome. Victorian society also assigned meanings to these lovely flowers.
Don't forget your loved ones with December birthdays. Their special day tends to get lost during this busy season! I have a small list to help you come up with gift ideas that are December birthday flower inspired.
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Holly represents protection and positivity.
During the Victorian era, holly represented positivity and protection.
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Narcissus represents new beginnings, faithfulness, hope, and respect. They return as the snow melts and symbolize rebirth!
During the Victorian era, narcissus represented a secret love. People would give these flowers to someone they had a deep secret love for to subtly tell them!
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December Birth Flower Inspired Gifts
- Stickers! - Some lovely narcissus stickers would be a sweet gift for your loved one.
- Floral jewelry - There are many different places to search for December birthday flower jewelry. Amazon and Etsy both have great options. Some options have tiny flowers in them while others have the image engraved into the pendant.
- The card - A lovely card with their birth flower on the front and a heartfelt note inside is sure to bring a smile to their face!
- Gift tag - Have the perfect card already? Put a personalized December birth month flower gift tag on their present for that extra special touch!
- Embroidery - Do it yourself or buy it on Etsy for either a lovely piece of art for the wall, a throw pillow, or add a bit of detail to clothing and even plush toys! The possibilities for this are truly endless.
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Which of the two December birthday flowers do you prefer, holly or narcissus?
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