What are the characteristics that make up a great boss? Experts tell us that even though bosses come in all shapes, sizes and styles, there are definitely some common attributes which indicate that a good boss is destined to be a great one. On October 16, we are given the opportunity to celebrate those who work hard every day to create a work environment that is encouraging, dynamic, and productive. If you think that you have the best boss in Miami, make sure they know you appreciate them, with a gift from Trias Flowers.
Did You Know? National Boss's Day originated in Chicago in 1958, the brainchild of Patricia Bays Haroski, an employee of State Farm Insurance. It took 4 years, but in 1962 the observance was made official nationally, and is dedicated to enhancing the relationships between employees and employers. Read More about Plants & Gifts for the Best Boss
Let's face it, those of us in Miami can feel a little left out as we hear of everyone anticipating the fall season. We don't really experience a decrease in temperatures, nor do we have the opportunity to enjoy the splendor of changing fall foliage. Still, many of us still love to decorate our homes with the colors of autumn - either to remember past years up north, or to simply change up the ambiance a bit. If you are looking to give your home a bit of an autumn air, Trias Flowers has some fall-inspired ideas, which we present to you Florida style!
The colors of autumn are traditionally yellowish gold, red burgundy, and burnt orange. While our friends may be potting mums and asters, we have a different spin on seasonal floral designs. Read More about Floral Designs in Autumn Colors
Statistics tell us that in any given year, 15% of Americans will move to a new home. That means that 40 million people will have new places to live, and countless more will have new neighbors. If you are invited to the housewarming party, or simply want to surprise a newly relocated friend or relative, look to Trias Flowers for elegant housewarming gifts.
History of Housewarming: Interestingly enough, the term housewarming is quite literal. In the days before electricity and central heat, when a new family moved into a home, their friends and neighbors would come over bearing gifts of firewood. This was to help the new homeowners keep their fireplace going during the long winter - to keep the house warm. Read More about Elegant Housewarming Gifts
There are a few events in your high school or college career which have the capability to be truly memorable. The homecoming weekend, including the football games, the parties and the dance, is one of those special occasions which remains with you for your entire life. To make sure the weekend is as amazing as you hope, come to Trias Flowers for all the beautiful corsages and suave boutonnieres that you'll need. After all, no one in Miami creates formal flowers this uniquely gorgeous.
Did You Know? The University of Illinois holds claim to the longest running homecoming tradition. Their festivities began in 1910 and are still going strong today. They skipped only one year - 1918 - as the influenza epidemic kept people in quarantine. Read More about Formal Flowers & Corsages
Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children. ~Alex Haley
Grandparents Day is observed on the first Sunday after Labor Day. In the early 1970's, a West Virginia mother and grandmother named Marian McQuade started a one-woman crusade to see a day established to honor the legacy and contributions of our grandparents, and she saw her dream realized when Jimmy Carter made the holiday official in 1978.
Marian didn't hope for parades and press coverage - rather her vision was to encourage family togetherness and the preservation of personal histories and legacies. Her perfect day included reunions and get-togethers attended by many generations, to inspire conversation, story telling and sharing. Of course, she also hoped that grandchildren would take the opportunity to get to know the older generation, and to express their love and appreciation for them. It is in this spirit that Trias Flowers offers the Grandparents Day collection, guaranteed to make them smile! Read More about Grandparents Day Florals
The birthstone of September is the sapphire, a remarkable gem known for its brilliant blue color. When recognizing birthdays this month, why not send blue flowers? Not only are these varieties of flowers beautiful, but they present a rare aesthetic which will honor the unique person you are celebrating. Someone special deserves a special floral design - and Trias Flowers is happy to provide an exquisite bouquet worthy of the occasion. Read More about Sapphire Blue Flowers for September
There are many holidays on the calendar, and it seems every day we hear of another whimsical observance or "special day". But none may be so carefree as "Just Because Day" - a time set aside for no other reason than to do absolutely anything you want to do!
You may be surprised to hear that we can actually trace this observance back 50 years to a family in California. The tradition in their home was to spend one day a year buying gifts or doing nice things for the other family members, as well as trying new experiences together - just because. The idea caught on in their community, and decades later, the nation knows about it. You can use this day to go someplace new, to ignore the housework for a few hours, or to surprise someone with a gift - and no matter what you do, no explanation is necessary. Trias Flowers has a long legacy of helping our Miami friends and neighbors to make other people smile - and this day is no different! Read More about Just Because Day Floral Bouquets
How do you celebrate romance? In August, National Romance Month gives you a month's worth of opportunity to show that special someone just how amazing you think they are. And whether you plan a picnic, write a love song, or watch the sunset, flowers should always be involved. Flowers have represented love and romance for thousands of years, and the experts at Trias Flowers have the floral designs which are sure to set off some sparks.
The King of Romance: Nothing beats red roses when it comes to expressing romance and passion. While we are happy to provide you with a beautiful, classic 12 stem bouquet, our floral designers have created exquisite designs you won't find anywhere else. Read More about August is Romance Month
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
This is the time of year that parents drop their children off for a new school year - some tearfully leaving kindergartners for the first time, others dropping off their young adults to a university. If your child is one of the millions preparing to live away from home for the first time, we know that this can be an emotional time. In order to help make the transition just a little easier, we'd like to offer some ideas on how to personalize dorm decor in order to give them a lasting reminder that you love and support them. The team at Trias Flowers are experts at adding living beauty to your dorm room decorating style, with our unique collection of plants, flowers and gifts.
College Statistics: About 20.5 million incoming freshmen will be entering college campuses this year, and approximately 13 million of them will be living on-campus. Read More about Dorm Decor for College