Native to Asia and celebrated for its medicinal properties as well as its bright beauty, the small camellia-like Ranunculus ranges from white to pink, red to yellow to orange. Known as Buttercup in some regions, this dainty bloom has become a bridal favorite. A good way to stay within your wedding budget is to substitute Ranunculus for some of the Roses and Peonies in your bouquet, or to use it in your bridesmaids bouquets and table centerpieces in place of more expensive flowers.

Ranunculus symbolizes radiant charm. It conveys a message that you are radiant with charm or you are attractive.

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