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Posted by triasflowers on September 7, 2016 | Last Updated: October 12, 2020 Fall Flowers

Unique Autumn Floral Design

Admittedly, we don’t see the seasonal changes in South Florida like our friends and families around the country. But that doesn’t mean that we don’t still celebrate the arrival of autumn – from harvest festivals to home decor, the spirit of fall is alive and well. At Trias Flowers, our experts have outdone themselves creating bouquets and arrangements that exhibit autumn floral design sure to infuse your space with all the traditional colors you love – while adding a bit of Miami flair.

Traditional autumn colors are yours, compliments of rich red gerbera daisies, orange roses and mums, yellow lilies, fresh green hydrangea and hypericum berries. Whether to adorn your kitchen table or as a great gift for someone you love, the essence of a traditional fall day is expertly depicted in this beautiful vase of flowers.

autumn floral design
autumn floral design
autumn floral design

Looking for autumn colors in a more exotic and contemporary design? You’ll love this rendition featuring red mokara orchids, fiery circus roses, bells of Ireland, red hypericum berries, yellow cymbidium orchids and unique masangena leaves. Presented in a metallic vase, this is autumn, Miami style!

Or perhaps your upcoming fall festivities are elegant and sophisticated, and require home decor equally luxurious – we have the perfect autumn floral design for you as well. The exquisite Autumn Harvest Bouquet features rover mums, classic red roses, white lilies, gerbera daisies and hydrangea which work together to present a truly spectacular piece. Cattails, berries and fall foliage finish off this seasonal arrangement with subtle style.

Trias Flowers has a full Fall Collection for you to browse and enjoy – from traditional to whimsical, from elegant to chic! Whatever your autumn home decor style, you will find the perfect floral designs at our shop. Order one today, or stop by and see us. Our autumn season may not look like fall everywhere else – but it is distinctly Miami!