Oh ranunculus, how I love you. Seriously - if you use the search button on my blog and look for ranunculus, you will find post after post mentioning this delicate beauty. Ranunculus is also known as persian buttercup, and flowers between June and August. (but there is still a way to get them up through end of September and into October, if you look hard enough (or book Jennifer Hodgins at Branford Flower Shop :)).
These lovely blooms are intricate with their multiple petals surrounding the center, and almost resemble mini peonies. But make sure you order enough for your event, because some of the heads can tend to be small. These are perfect for the boutonnieres or in the bouquets (I used them in mine too!) and are not as expensive as one would imagine.
Let's take a look at some of these lovelies in action:
And we all know how much I love pulling details through all components of the wedding, like these ranunculus-themed invites!
LOVE everything about this one.
I could post about these beauties all day long, but did my best to scour for some of my favorite images in the meantime :)
Make sure to stop back this afternoon for the second dose of todays' floral spotlight!
Previous Floral Spotlights:
Billy Buttons, Silver Brunia