2019's Color of the Year has finally been announced and its name is Living Coral. This vibrant yet mellow shade that brings energy to every room it fills will be a bright spot in this year‘s color palette. We will be seeing Living Coral everywhere we look from runways to weddings, from home decor to sporting events. One of the best and easiest ways for you to incorporate Living Coral into your daily life is with a beautiful floral arrangement in these new shades, according to Trias Flowers. Read More about Living Coral is the Effervescent Color of 2019
The New Year is quickly approaching, which is a great time to look small changes we can make to create positive impacts on our health, work, and relationships. The floral experts at Trias Flowers think flowers are the best ways to do this! Here's why:
Flowers lower stress. The greenery found in plants and floral arrangements is known to reduce stress and anxiety levels in people who work near them. If you have a stressful job, try placing a beautiful floral arrangement on your desk to keep you calm and refreshed.
Flowers boost creativity. Colorful additions to your creative work space are shown to increase creative thought. Allow the creative juices to flow when you surround yourself with blooms in your favorite colors.
Flowers strengthen relationships. Tending to another living thing helps us become more compassionate, empathetic and emotionally connected. What great qualities to bring into all of your relationships! Read More about Fresh New Year’s Blooms
Now that the holidays are here, ‘tis the season to send glad tidings of peace and joy to everyone you love. This year, think about gifting your loved ones with beautiful decorations that will enhance their holiday designs throughout their home. Give them something they can enjoy all season long. A beautiful floral Christmas arrangement, a handmade keepsake ornament, or a delicious gourmet gift basket can be the thing that delights them most and fills them with the Christmas spirit. Take a look at the collection of holiday best-sellers the designers at Trias Flowers have created just for you. Read More about Unique Holiday Arrangements
Mother's Day is May 13th, and Trias Flowers can personally vouch for it as being one of the biggest---if not the biggest---flower event of the year. Millions of Americans will be putting the most beautiful blooms they can find in the hands of the mothers in their lives, looking for that perfect piece to express so many sentiments and to make their recipient feel as cherished as possible. It's no easy feat, finding a design that is responsible for speaking to how we feel about our mothers. But every good florist will have multiple arrangements on hand that do just that, and we're no different. Read More about Selecting The Perfect Mother’s Day Flowers
Every day in February is a chance to show your significant other that you care with thoughtful gestures, gifts of flowers, and unexpected journeys. This February, Trias Flowers, Weddings & Events is your partner in creative floral gifts for your loved on Valentine's Day and every day surrounding it. Don't plan just one bouquet for the 14th of February. Make every day one to remember with beautiful flowers. Read More about Creative Romance Month Is Here
It’s almost Valentine’s Day, and the Trias team has a collection of sizzling floral designs that rival the heat that the Miami sun generates. Whether you’re looking for classic roses or an exotic design that captures memories of a romantic getaway, we’ve got a vast selection of Valentine’s Day flower arrangements that will wow any sweetheart of any age. Read More about A Custom Tropical Design For Your Sweetie
We're lucky, living where we do, that for us, nature is a year-round source of entertainment. We can walk the park, roller blade by the beach, hike the woods or zip over the ocean literally any month out of twelve, ensuring that we have a rich experience of the outdoors all the time.
We here at Trias Flowers are also fans of bringing nature into our homes, and we know you are, too. Which is why we're so excited to bring International Floral Distributors floral design trend report to your attention. We're focusing this week's blog on one trend in particular. Read More about Nature’s Modern Elegance For 2018
It is said that the first Easter morning took place in a garden. It is fitting, therefore, that we still use fresh spring flowers to represent all of the celebration and renewal of Easter Sunday. Whether you awake early to attend a religious service, or to bring the kids to an Easter egg hunt, this is a special day of family traditions and togetherness. At Trias Flowers, our designers have created gorgeous Easter floral designs that will infuse your customs and celebrations with beauty.
Did You Know? The Easter egg, always a symbol of new life, was originally arranged in twigs and grasses resembling a bird's nest. This tradition eventually evolved into grass and wicker baskets, and finally the Easter basket we know today. Read More about Easter Floral Designs and Gourmet Gifts
The celebration originated in the 1st century, known in Rome as Fat Tuesday (although there were similar pagan festivals for hundreds of years prior). Tuesday was reserved for gluttonous feasting before the Lenten period of fasting and penitence that would begin on the following day, Ash Wednesday. The custom caught on across Europe and in France, it was translated to "Mardi Gras". When the French explorer Bienville disembarked in North America, he named the land "Pointe du Mardi Gras". He also established several other French settlements in the territory that would become Alabama and Louisiana. French settlers immediately began Mardi Gras festivities, including masked balls and opulent dinners. Over the course of the next 150 years, celebrants added night time parades illuminated by flaming torches, complete with revelers dancing in full costume, marching bands, and decorated floats.
Did You Know? In some places, it is illegal to ride a Mardi Gras float without a mask. Read More about Celebrating Mardi Gras in Miami
Floral Design Day was established in 1995 as an homage to Carl Rittner, who was the founder of the School of Floral Design in Boston. Recognized as both a pioneer and a visionary in the industry, Rittner was committed to elevating the discipline of floral design to an art form, or for people to see the artists who worked in the floral medium to be seen for the talent and creativity they brought to their jobs every day. Many professionals in the floral industry can trace their legacy back to Rittner, making this day to honor him, a day to honor all floral designers across the country. Read More about Floral Design as an Art Form