Memorial Tattoos are the tattoos we carve on our body in memory of something or someone. This can be a person, whom we loved, we shared important times of our lives… or this can be time of the life. Memorial tattoos are very meaningful and they have lots of personal value for the holder. These tattoos need to be designed with care and they need to be full of impact, full of care. The simplest and most direct way of honoring a loved one who has passed is by listing his or her name and/or the dates of birth and death. Whether it’s a small grandma scrawled in soft script on your shoulder blade or a full back piece with first name, middle name, last name, date of birth, date of death, and an accompanying quote and meaningful image, this type of memorial tattoo will always be popular.
A remembrance tattoo can be a great way to honor and keep a loved one who has passed away in your thoughts. Whether you choose to get a classic memorial tattoo, or a more abstract design, this type of tattoo can be the ultimate memorial. One of the most popular design ideas for remembering others is a simple heart. While some may choose to incorporate a name or other elements, this is not necessary. For more creativity, the heart pattern can be mixed up. For example, the heart can be in the center of a tree as a metaphor to say that the person who has been lost is still growing with you. The mother tattoo is one of the most classic memorial tattoos. This design typically includes a heart or a rose with the name of the recipient’s mother, or simply the word “mom” or “mother”. If choose this option, consider adding other flowers to create a full flower bouquet for your mother’s memory.