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Friday Flowers: Ranunculus

Ranunculus are certainly a favorite flower of many brides out there. Layers and layers of tissue-thin petals create gorgeous blooms that are available in a rainbow of colors. Often though, it’s overshadowed by big puffy peonies, roses, or dahlias. It’s such a gorgeous flower itself, I think it’s about time it gets some time in the spotlight! Let’s take a look at how to go beyond using it as only a filler flower, but instead as the main focus or only bloom of an arrangement.

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{white and green ranunculus centerpiece by Roberto Monaldi, photo by Cinzia Bruschini from this Classic Italian Wedding Inspiration shoot}

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{white ranunculus with olive photo via Martha Stewart; snow white ranunculus and birch by jesgordon, photo by 4eyes Photography* via Style Me Pretty}

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{ranunculus arrangements by Saipua, photo by Sabra Krock via Oh Joy}

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{yellow ranunculus bouquet by Studio Choo, Saipua, Nicolette Camille, Magpie & Rye, photo by Tec Petaja via Design*Sponge; yellow ranunculus photo by Suzy Clement via The Bride’s Cafe}

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{ranunculus boutonniere by Fleur*, photo by Jennifer Kathryn Photography from Leslie and Matthew’s wedding}

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{colorful ranunculus arrangements by Nicole Ha Designs, photos by Augie Chang Photography via Style Me Pretty}

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{pink ranunculus and clover photo by Summer Street Photography via The Sweetest Occasion}

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{pink ranunculus photo by Beaux Arts Photographie via Kelly Oshiro Events; ranunculus bouquet by la partie events, photo by Erin Hearts Court from Julie and Bryan’s wedding}

Check out the awesome tutorial on Design*Sponge on how to make this incredible boxed arrangement. Minimal actual arranging skills required!

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{ranunculus in a box via Design*Sponge}

They really do come in a rainbow of shades, don’t they? Such a beautiful flower, whether alone or used in a larger arrangement. If you like following our Friday Flowers, make sure you’re following us on Pinterest too! Have a great weekend everyone!

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    14 comments on “Friday Flowers: Ranunculus

    1. Thank you for such a lovely blog post.

      Ranunculus are one of my favourite flowers. And I especially love the way they look when they’re just about to ‘go over’…layer upon layer of frilly petals!

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