These baby names for girls are inspired by flowers. With so many flowers in the world, there's lots to choose from.
Flower Girl names
- Susan (inspired by black eyed susan)
- Fleur (french word for flower)
- Lule (Albanian word for flower)
- Sharon (inspired by rose of Sharon)
- Flora (Latin word for flower)
- Jade (inspired by Jade vine)
- Marguerite (french for daisy)
Cool Flower Names & Meanings for Baby Girl
Probably one of the most well-known flowers is the rose. Known for it's beauty, it's hard to find a flower that can ever compare.
In old English, it means famous type.
Daisy means day's eye. It's a fun and playful name that is vintage.
Poppy means red flower or from the flower. It has started gaining popularity after a kid's show called Trolls with the main character being Poppy.
Lily signifies purity and innocence which comes as no surprise because lily flowers are very popular around Easter.
5. Lila (inspired by lilac)
Lila has a couple of different meanings (fire, strength, beauty, night) and is definitely a great choice for your baby girl.
Iris is Greek for colorful or rainbow. No surprise either because many iris flowers have lots of different colors!
7. Holly (inspired by hollyhock)
Holly which many of us know is popular around Christmas, means plant with red berries.
Violet means purple which is a color most know for royalty and power. A few fictional characters with the name Violet are: Violet Baudelaire (Series of unfortunate events) Violet Beauregard (Charlie & the Chocolate Factory).
Dahlia means strength and elegance which is something I think we can all wish for our daughters!
Heather is a flowering evergreen that grows in harsh conditions in Scotland. It's a versatile and beautiful flower and makes for a great baby girl name!
Lotus means the flower. If you are looking for a unique baby girl name that isn't overused, this would be perfect!
Marigold means golden flower which is exactly what marigolds look like. You can find Marigold as a fictional character in Downton Abbey, or in the book Once upon a Marigold.
Wisteria is a symbol of devotion. This is another baby girl name that is unique and not something on the top list of baby names.
Jasmine symbolized love, beauty and sensuality. There's a princess Jasmine in the fictional movie Aladdin.
Primrose symbolized young love. A fun nickname for Primrose would be Prim or rose. In the fictional movie the Hunger Games, Catniss Everdeen has a little sister named Prim.
16. Susan (inspired by black-eyed susan flowers)
Black eyed Susan flowers symbolize encouragement and motivation. Possible nicknames could be Susie or Sue.
Orchids represent love, beauty, and strength. It's still a rarely used baby name too if you are in search of unique and little-known names.
Viola is Latin for violet flower. A fun nickname could be Vi.
Fleur is the French word for flower. There was a Fleur Delacour in the fictional Harry Potter books and movies.
The magnolia flower symbolized purity, nobility, and perseverance. A nickname could be Maggie or Leah.
21. Calla (inspired by calla lily)
Calla means beautiful in Greek. It's inspired by the Calla Lily and would be another good choice for a baby girl.
Delilah is a type of dahlia flower. In Hebrew and Arabic, it means delicate. It's gained popularity after the song Hey there Delilah by Plain White T's.
Lule is Albanian for flower. A nickname for her could be Lu.
Ginger flowers symbolize fiery passion. It's a vintage name, and was popular in the 1950s and 1960s.
25. Sharon (inspired by rose of Sharon)
The rose of Sharon symbolizes love, beauty and healing. Sharon is another vintage name. The most notable people with the name Sharon are Sharon Osborne and Sharon Stone.
Flora is Latin for flower. Flora was a roman Goddess of flowers and spring time. It's also a baby name that isn't overly used!
Rosa is Latin for rose. A nickname for her could be Ro.
The myrtle flower has a few meanings: innocence, immortality, and love. There is a character named Moaning Myrtle from the fictional books and movies Harry Potter.
The Ivy flower symbolized fidelity and eternal life. It's a popular baby name for baby girls and very easy to spell and remember.
30. Jade (inspired by the Jade Vine)
There is a flowering vine called the Jade vine that has beautiful turquoise color. They are also very rare, which is kind of a cool thing to be named after.
The camellia flower symbolized love, affection, and admiration. She could have a nickname of Cam or Lia.
Leilani means royal child of heaven. Leilani flowers are very popular in Hawaii, and the name is too!
Marguerite is french for Daisy. Nicknames could be Marge, Margie, or Rita.
Hazel is a flowering tree associated with wisdom and inspiration. A nickname for her could be Zel.
Rowan is another flowering tree. In Celtic mythology it's known as the tree of life. A nickname for Rowan could be Ro or Ro-ro.