41 Stunning Ranunculus Wedding Bouquets
Everyone always says that summer brides have their pick of the best wedding flowers, but we're here to let you in on a little secret: If you're tying the knot between January and May, you'll have easy access to one of our favorite bridal blooms, the ranunculus. While your florist can likely source this layered flower at any point during the year, it's most affordable (and arguably, at its prettiest) while it's in season.
But no matter when you're tying the knot, consider adding ranunculus to your big-day bouquet. Available in a variety of different colors, these delicate crepe-paper thin petals add tons of texture and interest to any arrangement. Statement-making enough to stand out on their own but still complementary enough to pair with bolder blooms (they look great next to a peony or garden rose), the ranunculus is an incredibly versatile bloom that works in just about any arrangement.
That's why it should come as little surprise that this charming flower has become a wedding-day staple in contemporary bouquets. Trying to find the perfect way to add them to your wedding? We give you our full support, plus tons of inspiration to help you find your dream bouquet. Here, 41 of our favorite ways to include ranunculus in your big-day arrangement.
White Ranunculus Bouquet
Only Art put together this largely white wedding bouquet, which featured ranunculus, roses, Queen Anne's lace, and olive leaf greenery.
Romantic Red Ranunculus Bouquet
What's more romantic than a red flower? Not much. This bouquet capitalized on that idea by including plenty of red ranunculus, peonies, and anemones, along with a few white blooms for good measure.
Muted Ranunculus Bouquet
The oversized ranunculus in this Church Street Flowers bouquet are just as statement-making as the fluffy peonies, and plenty of greenery made each of the blooms pop.
Yellow Ranunculus Bouquet
Is there anything more cheerful than a yellow flower? Sarah Winward made this classic rose and anemone bouquet feel extra special with a few carefully placed yellow ranunculus.
For her mountaintop elopement, this bride arranged her bouquet herself (she's the wedding planner and florist behind Kasey D Weddings). She went with a simple yet impactful mix of garden roses, ranunculus, and foliage for the big day.
Petite Ranunculus Bouquet
Floraison created this stunning petite arrangement, which was made from ranunculus, roses, poppies, and greenery.
Trailing Ranunculus Bouquet
How cool is this trailing arrangement from Bows + Arrows? The bright orange ranunculus and the fluffy white peonies create a striking (and gorgeous) contrast.
Japanese Ranunculus Bouquet
This all-white arrangement was an ode to the Japanese ranunculus. We love that the bride used it as the primary flower in her bouquet.
Colorful Ranunculus Bouquet
There's no need to skimp on color when you're using ranunculus as one of your main wedding flowers. This bouquet, arranged by Bloom Babes, featured pale orange ranunculus paired with a variety of different blooms in shades of pink, magenta, white, and cream.
Pastel Ranunculus Bouquet
Brand Design Studio helped this bride realize her dream of a mostly ranunculus bouquet. The final product featured the layer blooms in shades of white and orange, plus plenty of sweet peas, stephanotis, and dusty miller.
Loose, Handpicked Ranunculus Bouquet
This Petal Atelier bouquet looks almost as if was handpicked just before the wedding began. The mix of dahlias, ranunculus, thistle, and eucalyptus was beautiful.
White Ranunculus Bouquet
Ombré Ranunculus Bouquet
To give this bouquet an ombré effect, Tulipano Decor arranged ranunculus, roses, and peonies in different peach shades.
Bright Ranunculus and Peony Bouquet
Hana Floral Design chose peonies, sweet pea, fritillaria, hybrid delphinium, muscari, ranunculus, and French tulips for this colorful bouquet.
Classic Ranunculus and Rose Bouquet
Kickstand Events arranged this classic pink-and-white bouquet, which included roses, ranunculus, stock, and dusty miller.
Jewel-Toned Ranunculus Bouquet
Munster Rose created this bouquet of ranunculus, garden roses, Sahara roses, dahlias, astrantia, and clematis.
Ranunculus Bridesmaids' Bouquet
Moon Canyon Design designed the bridesmaids' bouquets for blogger Jamie Chung's bridal party, made up of of ranunculus, dahlias, garden roses, amaryllis, cactus, and mixed foliage. The muted tones of the clutches complemented the bridesmaids' pale blue, cream, and gray custom dresses. Jamie carried a similar, larger version of her 'maids' bouquets.
All-Pink Ranunculus Bouquet
Event planner and designer Gretchen Culver of Rocket Science Weddings & Events put together this all-pink bouquet with garden roses, standard roses, spray roses, ranunculus, and sweet peas.
Wintery Ranunculus Bouquet
White Ranunculus Bouquet
This classic bouquet is made up of white ranunculus in various states of bloom.
Peach-Hued Ranunculus Bouquet
La Rosa Canina created the bride's bouquet of roses, peonies, ranunculus, and olive branches.
Lush Ranunculus Bouquet
Violet Floral Design arranged this bride's ranunculus, dahlias, roses, poppies, thistle, delphinium, and seeded eucalyptus bouquet, and tied it all together with a long double-faced satin and raw silk riboon.
Burgundy Ranunculus Bouquet
Ingrid from Tin Can Studios designed this burgundy clutch, featuring ranunculus, scabiosa, and dahlias.
Orange Ranunculus Bouquet
Being friends with your florist definitely has its perks! Rachael Weiner of Stripes & Florals brought the bride, her close friend, with her to the flower market to pick out the blooms for her bridal bouquet: orange ranunculus (the bride's favorite), seeded eucalyptus, astrantia, and sprigs of sage as a nod to the bride's culinary background.
Fall Ranunculus Bouquet
Forest and Field created this fall bouquet of ranunculus, dahlias, garden roses, amaranthus, yarrow, and nandina.
"Hand-Picked" Ranunculus Bouquet
To create the look of a bouquet of wildflowers freshly picked from a nearby meadow, Carolyn's Flowers used ranunculus, clematis, scabiosa, yarrow, lysimachia, seeded eucalyptus, and sword fern for an organic feel.