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Celebrate Spring With Easter Treats

By triasflowers on April 15, 2019 in Easter, Flowers, Gifts, Holidays, Spring. 0 Comments

Easter Elegant Easter Flowers "No matter how chaotic it is, wildflowers will still spring up in the middle of nowhere." ~Sheryl Crow Easter is almost here and that means we are anticipating gorgeous pastel-colored Easter eggs baskets full of treats and small furry animals everywhere we look. We’re also excited about all of the beautiful spring blooms springtime has to offer. This year at Easter bring all of your beautiful spring flowers together in one gorgeous centerpiece for your Easter brunch. The floral designers at Trias Flowers have some beautiful selections for your Easter table and treats for all of your Easter gifts.  Read More about Celebrate Spring With Easter Treats

Spring In One Basket

By triasflowers on March 26, 2018 in Easter, Flowers. 0 Comments

The sights and smells of spring have begun to arrive across the country. The plants and flowers have begun to bloom, gracing us all with their sweet fragrance and beautiful colors. Trias Flowers wants to help you bring spring into your home. Their arrangements will light up the room and help everyone celebrate the season with joy. Read More about Spring In One Basket

Easter Floral Designs and Gourmet Gifts

By triasflowers on March 17, 2017 in Easter, Floral design, Flowers, Holidays. 0 Comments

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