Birthstones are another fun way to celebrate your baby’s birth month.  Each month has its very own gemstone.  Wearing your birthstone is considered very lucky and is thought to provide the wearer with good fortune. 

The Origin Of Birth Month Flowers:

It is believed that birthday celebrations originated in the roman Empire and the origins of birth month flowers could be said to date back to these times.  The language of flowers developed during the conservative period of the Victorian era.  The Victorians were strongly restricted by the rules of etiquette when it was considered totally inappropriate to express feelings of love or affection.  The language of flowers therefore evolved when a message was assigned to specific flowers by which means a lover could send flowers which conveyed a hidden romantic meaning.

Flora was the Roman Goddess Of Flowers, and her name continues to be used as a collective term for plant life and flowers.    All over the worlk, people give Birth Month flowers as gifts to celebrate special occasions or events.  Flowers are always given to celebrate the birth of a new baby and wedding flowers play a huge part in wedding celebrations..


January Birth Stone – Garnet – Dark Red


January Birth Flower – Carnation or Snowdrop



February Birth Stone  –  Amethyst  –  Blue


February Birth Flower – Violet or Primrose


March Birth Stone  –  Aquamarine  –  Pale Blue


March Birth Flower – Jonquil


April Birth Stone  –  Diamond  –  Clear


April Birth Flower – Sweat Pea or Daisy


May Birth Stone  –  Emerald  –  Dark Green


May Birth Flower – Lily Of The Valley


June Birth Stone  –  Pearl/Moonstone  –  Creamy White


June Birth Flower – Rose


July Birth Stone  –  Ruby  –  Red


July Birth Flower – Larkspur or Water Lily

August Birth Stone  –  Peridot  –  Pale Green



August Birth Flower – Gladiolus or Poppy


September Birth Stone  –  Sapphire  –  Deep Blue


September Birth Flower – Aster or Morning Glory


October Birth Stone  –  Opal/Rose Zircon  –  Pale Pink


 October Birth Flower – Calendula (Marigold)


November Birth Stone  –  Golden Topaz/Citrine  –  Yellow


November Birth Flower- Crysanthemum


December Birth Stone  –  Turquoise/Blue Topaz  –  Sky Blue


December Birth Flower – Narcissus


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