Floral motifs and patterns have been around for centuries, influencing and inspiring countless designers and artists. Today, floral prints are back on trend and are being re-imagined in beautiful ways in everything from fashion to social media graphics.

Floral vectors feature beautiful flowers, often with bright or delicate color palettes. You can use these florals when you want to add a touch of nature to your designs, whether it’s a subtle aspect or a more prominent element of the design. While you can incorporate florals into your designs at any time, they are especially appropriate for projects with a spring or summer theme.

Check out our staff curated collection featuring beautiful floral vectors. As you’ll see, floral vectors can feature many different styles of design and illustration, providing plenty of variety and versatility. Some of these vectors are seamless patterns that can be used as backgrounds for your designs.

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Tropical jungle leaves background. Tropical poster design
Hand drawn bold bright floral pattern
Floral seamless pattern. Vector design
Folk floral seamless pattern.

The Story Behind Florals

Florals have been present in design for a very long time. Ancient Egyptian floral designs included order, simplicity, and repetition of a particular pattern.

In the early 1950s, design companies began incorporating floral patterns into their textiles and tableware.

This design style is making a comeback with a modern touch.

Wild flowers seamless pattern. Hand drawing Vector illustration

Graphic designers, artists and creatives continue to be influenced by the same floral designs today. These bright, fun patterns are an on-going trend for creatives and artists looking to focus on beauty and simplicity.

Hand drawn delicate pastel flower pattern

Find More Floral Vectors

To see more examples of beautiful florals, be sure to check out the collection Florals Reinterpreted, which has been curated by the Vecteezy team. This collection of resources from a variety of Vecteezy contributors can provide inspiration, and you’re sure to find some vectors that you’ll want to download and use in your own designs.

Resources showcased in this post have been created by blossomstar, siewyingkoh, Nadia Grapes, Yuliya Nikolaeva, jallom, jelenaobradovic0303, and Dana Chirpac.