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 »
It is said that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day - so whether you are one of the 36 million Americans who can claim Irish heritage, or you simply love to celebrate this festive holiday, it is time to go green! March 17th is St. Patrick's Day and Trias Flowers has all the green you'll need to dress up your home or office.
Did You Know? Although many might associate the 4-leaf clover with St. Patrick's Day, it was actually the far more common three-leaf shamrock which was used by Patrick to teach his Irish converts about the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. Should you wish to find a 4-leaf clover, you will need to invoke the "luck o the Irish" - there is only one for every 10,000 clover stems that grow. Read More about Florals for St. Patrick’s Day »
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 »
Romance and passion get much of the attention on Valentine's Day, and rightfully so. The day is set aside to tell your sweetheart, partner or spouse that they are the love of your life - but there is so much more to the day! February 14th is also the perfect opportunity to shower love on the other people in your life who are simply amazing and worthy of affection. This Valentine's Day, the professional floral designers at Trias Flowers encourage you to celebrate all the love in your life, with everyone you cherish. Read More about Celebrate Everyone You Love »
Love is the grandest of adventures! On Valentine's Day, we have the opportunity to celebrate every unique story, whether you are newly in love or have been together for a lifetime. Statistics tell us that on this holiday, over 60% of us will exchange flowers; so if you live in Miami and are included in that number, we invite you to browse the Valentine's Day florals at Trias Flowers. These extraordinary designs are unlike any others you will find - and are sure to let your sweetheart know that they deserve the best. If love is an adventure, these bouquets and arrangements are the perfect accompaniment.
Did You Know? Red roses comprise more than half of Valentine's Day orders. And while we love the undisputed champion of flowers, we also know that there are many other beautiful ways to share your love. Here are some Valentine's Day designs that will inspire the imagination and spark the romance! Read More about Exquisite Valentine’s Day Florals »
All the excitement, glamor, and shine that we love about living in South Florida is evident in the celebrations of the New Year. The floral arrangements created for this holiday are equally festive. At Trias Flowers, our designers have created the perfect hostess gifts, New Year's Eve decor, and shimmering bouquets that will help you to ring in the New Year in style.
White flowers are traditional to decorate for the New Year, as they represent new beginnings and a fresh start. Read More about New Year’s Eve Decor »
Secret Santa gift exchanges are popular across the country and around the world. If you are involved in a gift exchange this season and you are finding it difficult to find the right gift - the floral designers at Trias Flowers would like to suggest that you consider giving flowers. Although you may not think of flowers as your first choice for a Christmas gift, they should be at the top of your list. After all, one size fits all, the colors are always beautiful - and no one ever wants to return a floral arrangement!
Did You Know? Rutger's University has determined scientifically that receiving flowers will cause a person's happiness level to increase. Flowers literally bring joy to the world at Christmas time! Read More about Bringing Elegance to Secret Santa »
Posted by triasflowers on December 6, 2016
| Last Updated: December 10, 2016
There is no flower that is more classic at Christmastime than the poinsettia. The star-shaped bloom resembles the Star of Bethlehem, and the deep red hues are perfectly festive. During this time of year, Christmas poinsettias are everywhere you look, as they are the quintessential seasonal decor even here in South Florida. In fact, they do well in temperate, humid climates and don't like the cold, so winter in Miami is just about right! If this classic holiday plant is exactly what you need for your decorating, Trias Flowers has the high-quality, long-lasting selection that will check them off your list. Read More about Christmas Poinsettias – Classic & Contemporary »
Posted by triasflowers on November 28, 2016
| Last Updated: November 20, 2020
There is so much to love about Thanksgiving. All year long we anticipate the family gathering together, sharing all of our favorite food, and creating memories - and it all happens around the holiday table. If you are hosting the dinner and are preparing for the influx of guests arriving at your doorstep, our family is here to ensure that your table is as welcoming and inviting as the holiday. When it comes to designing centerpieces for Thanksgiving, no one does it better than Trias Flowers. Read More about Custom Centerpieces for Thanksgiving »
The Christmas season is upon us, and event planning is in full swing. If your organization has put you in charge of creating the decor and ambiance for the company holiday party, then Trias Flowers, Weddings, and Events should be your first call. For over 100 years, our exceptionally personal approach to each client has earned us the reputation for award-winning floral design and spectacular corporate events, unmatched in the greater Miami area. Read More about Seasonal Corporate Events »
Posted by triasflowers on November 9, 2016
| Last Updated: November 23, 2016