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.
Send your most devoted Easter wishes to your loved ones with these sophisticated and elegant designs from Trias Flowers. Shown above, roses, alstroemeria, lisianthus and snapdragons are nestled amongst masangena leaves and hydrangea in Trias Flower’s exclusive bouquet, perfect for the special mom or grandmom in your life. Or perhaps you would prefer the beautiful whimsy of our Kabasa creations, which feature pink roses, cherry blossoms, blue hydrangeas, yellow cymbidium blooms and variegated aspidistra leaves.
You’ll have the most beautiful dinner table in Miami with one of Trias Flower’s centerpiece designs – whether you serve ham, turkey, or traditional food that reflects your heritage, these pink roses, white lilies, and pastel hydrangeas, and alstroemeria will create the perfect floral backdrop for your meal. Are you heading to someone else’s house for dinner? This exquisite design will make an impressive hostess gift!
Let the kids enjoy their chocolate bunnies and marshmallow chicks. Order this basket of goodies for the adults, and let them indulge in gourmet chocolate and cookies worthy of any holiday.
No matter your manner of celebration, Trias Flowers has the Easter floral designs and gifts that will make your holiday special. From anywhere in Miami and Miami Beach, give us a call. On April 16, celebrate your way, but don’t forget the flowers!