Whether you’re young and in love, or have been together an entire lifetime – there’s no better way to show your commitment to each other and solidarity against the world than by getting inked together. Matching tattoos show the world that no matter what else happens in this life the two of you will remain strong. And what better way to show your strength that with matching King and Queen tattoos? That is what you are after all, right? Check out these wicked tatts for some inspiration for your upcoming tattoos.
1. His Fist, Her Wrist
Notice how we’ve got the man’s bold crown here in a fierce position on his fist, and the girl’s more delicate crown in a ladylike position on her wrist? This couple prove that you don’t have to be matchy-matchy with your tattoo choices. Make it yours! The combination of crowns will be a message that no one will be able to miss – no matter how unique each tatt is!
2. Skulls All Round
This is a bit of a more stylized take on the his n hers crowns – the skull wearing a crown. Skulls are very traditional in tattooing, however these ones have been done in the more current style. The placement on the side of the chest is great – these two can remember their special day when they are alone together.
3. Til Death
This colorful pair of skulls have been drawn as though they are direct out of the 1960s. How was it possible to make skulls look so sweet? The words “Til death” from “Til death do us part”, a part of marriage vows, are split between the pair.
4. Matching Wrists
You don’t necessarily need a partner to get matching king and queen tattoos – why not get them tatted on yourself? This chick has a king’s crown on one wrist and a queen’s crown on the other. You’ve also got the signatures of people special to her underneath – cool!
5. Hearts High
How about something a little more subtle for your tattoos? Or maybe you really love playing cards together? These matching king and queen of hearts tattoos all in red on the heel are a very cute small tattoo if you’re not in the mood for getting a large piece done.
6. Watercolor Crowns
Watercolor tattoos have become more and more popular in recent years. While traditionally, colored ink was always outlined by a thick black border, watercolor doesn’t play by these rules. This set of crowns fuses the traditional bordering of tattoos with the watercolor technique for an awesome effect.
7. King and Queen
Maybe you and your partner have the pet names King and Queen for each other – come on, admit it, a lot of us do! If so, tattooing your names – King and Queen – on your bodies might be a great way to express your feelings for one another.
8. Queen and King of the Chess Board
Do you and your partner play a lot of chess? Maybe you’re just super competitive? These king and queen chess pieces are a cool addition to the wrist. We really like the added scribe beneath each as it really adds to the theme of the pieces.
9. 2006: The Year I Beat You in Chess
This duo have inked their special date in Roman numerals underneath some cool chess pieces on a chess board. These large pieces will forever remind the couple of their wedding year – so let’s just hope that they rememeber the actual date of it too!
10. Q & K Wrists
The wrist is probably the most popular place for a tattoo right now. If you’ve still got a wrist free after doing your other tatts then it might be time to use it for matching king and queen tattoos with your partner. These ones are sleek and clean.