Spring Wedding Flowers: Ranunculus

Ranunculus is one of my favorite flowers. It’s also called as buttercup. I really love this Spring Flower! Actually, I don’t know how come they are not the easiest of flowers to work out but they are just so pretty and they remind us of giant buttercups! Ranunculus flowers are gently stunning on layer upon the layer of bright and airy petals.

Despite its small size, ranunculus wedding flowers can give you big impact, spreading a feeling of fresh garden to your bouquets or wedding table arrangements. Below is all about Ranunculus information that you looking for!

ranunculus wedding flowers
Ranunculus mix

Flower Arrangements

There are so many alternatives on how to merge these beautiful flowers into your wedding day, by applying few stems as a hand-tied bridal bouquet or adding as accent flower to your boutonnieres. Ranuculus is a mixture of this very formal but also give you extremely fun at the same moment.

Their petals look pretty, suitable for using on their own or as part of mixed bouquets with other flowers. Ideal flowers for Hand tied Posy Bouquets!

Flower Season

 Ranunculus is available from autumn through to the early spring or late September to April.

Flower Cost 

Ranunculus is a viable alternative to several other petals flowers such as peonies, garden roses and cabbages. Expect to pay 2 or 3 bucks per stem, for starters.

Flower Color 

They had a surprisingly delicate petals and come in a variety of colors including white, red, orange, yellow (much like a buttercup) and pink. And my favorite of all time is white with pink stripes, it just looks so beautiful.

Flower Care

Ranunculus flowers are delicate and they need lots of water. It is an exceptionally thirsty flower so keep Ranunculus hydrated as much as you can. Their stems are thin and delicate so be gently with them.


Because ranunculus is re-mindful cabbage, peonies and garden roses, they match easily with those blooms and other garden flowers.

Flower Fact

The name of Ranunculus is from Latin word “Rana” means frog. It has nothing to do with his appearance, but where the wild variety grows (mostly in wet fields). It also called Persian Buttercups or Buttercups!

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