This holiday season, many people prepare for joyful celebrations and cheerful time with loved ones, while the families of fallen veterans often feel an acute sadness at the absence of their loved one. This season, we encourage these families to participate in a wreath-laying ceremony like those conducted with Wreaths Across America. This program, started at Arlington National Cemetery, brings friends and families together for a day of laying flowers and wreaths on the grave sites of soldiers and other veterans to remember and honor their lives of sacrifice and service. The floral designers at Trias Flowers have a beautiful line of holiday wreaths and flowers for you to choose for your own wreath-laying ceremony this season. Read More about To Remember & Honor »
When dealing with the death of a loved one or close friend, you may be confused as to which gifts or flowers are considered appropriate. The team at Trias Flowers knows that this is a difficult and emotional time - and we are here to help you to choose the right flowers for the funeral services, so that you don't have to worry.
There are two distinctions regarding the types of florals available for these occasions - funeral flowers and sympathy flowers. The difference is simple. Flowers for the funeral services are to be delivered to the funeral home or memorial service, while sympathy flowers are more personal in nature and are sent to the family of the deceased. Read More about Flowers for Funeral Services »