Hawaii, the newest state of the United States of America that is made up of many more islands is very popular across the globe for its beauty and cool, picturesque views. Thousands of people want to spend a vacation here. So, what is that beautiful aspect of this island that makes it such a popular tourist destination? Well, as said above the beauty is a big draw and the beauty lies not in the eyes of beholder but in its sweet and soft flowers. Hawaii is also known as the flower island and has got a huge variety of flowers within its geographical ambit.
The Hawaiian flowers are the trademark welcome symbol of the island. Guests are welcomed with floral garlands and many of them get Hawaiian flower tattoos carved on their body parts as souvenirs to remind themselves of the lovely time spent here. Even otherwise the Hawaiian flower tattoos are a hit with men and women as flowers have got an evergreen and universal appeal for people of all age group and Hawaii is the best place for getting variety in flowers. Are you also in love with flowers and want to get ideas regarding these tattoos? You need not go far as here we have a post with 35 Hawaiian flower tattoos. Take a look.
Family in Hawaiian, carved on arm along with flowers that represent the favorite colors of family members.
Lovely, small Japanese sakura blossoms carved on the back, near the shoulder, create a charming trail.
These two blue Iris flowers sitting on the upper back stand for love and togetherness.
A lovely tattoo souvenir that brings out the essence of the beautiful island on a small space.
This threesome of Hawaiian flowers covering the whole foot symbolizes unity.
Red rose with decorative, beaded feathers adorning the foot of the girl stand for soft, feminine beauty.
Carved on the lower part of the belly, this hibiscus tattoo looks lovely.
These fireweed gracing the lower part of waist on the side look very sensuous and complement the sexy contours.
The girl got this pair of flowers carved on her foot as a remembrance for the beautiful time she spent in Hawaii.
Many tourists get a flower tattoo as a souvenir for their visit to the flower island, Hawaii.
The national flower of the Hawaiian island carved on the side of the waist makes for a pretty portrait.
A large red hibiscus carved along with other small flowers represents a family that has a head and other small members.
Carved on the back of the girl, in the center, the hibiscus stands for delicate beauty.
This bright red hibiscus that is also the state flower of the island is a popular tattoo souvenir.
The girl got this flower tattoo along with the Hawaiian line that means “until we meet again” in loving memory of her grandfather who died in Hawaii.
Different color hibiscus flowers wafting against a black backdrop create a catchy tattoo piece.
This sexy tattoo on the lower back has got many Hawaiian features that represent the beauty of the island.
A Hawaiian woman portrait along with Hinao trademark flowers creates a charming tattoo piece on the leg.
A small hibiscus flower along with “live, laugh, love” liner in Hawaiian, etched on the back, looks fantastic.
Covering the back, this large, black and white floral tattoo has got a graceful touch.
A solo, grey hibiscus flower that is also a symbol of delicate beauty, looks fine along the slender waist.
A big blue lily flower carved on the upper back with slender vines looks badass.
This man has got a hibiscus surrounded by three small plumeria flowers to represent himself, his wife and two children.
This girl has got many Hawaiian flowers along with two horses on her back as a large tattoo piece.
The black and white hibiscus resting on the foot makes for an elegant tattoo design.
The woman shows off her blooming, partly shaded Japanese chrysanthemum tattoo carved on shoulder blade.
A cursive vine of Hawaiian flowers inked in black on the side of the waist is looking pretty.
The three plumeria flowers along with the tribal pattern covering the lower back and waist ooze a sensuous appeal.
This man got the name of his daughter carved along with colorful Japanese Irezumi flowers to express his love.
Hawaiian flowers and Chinese symbol bring out a lovely looking tattoo piece on the upper back.
The three small and sparkling flowers placed on both sides of the black, cursive vine look very attractive.
Hibiscus, plumerias and traditional turtles done on the foot enliven the sweet memories of vacation spent on the island.
Inked in black, this Hawaiian flower tattoo along with tribal pattern brings out a lively portrait.
The Hawaiian flowers encircling the arm make for a pretty sleeve design.
This hibiscus done with a tribal pattern, on the lower waist, looks pretty sensuous.