FALLing in Love

Fall Flowers…Fall Colors…and Pumpkin Spice EVERYTHING!

Cooler temperatures mean warmer colors, foliage and flowers. These color tones are neutral and versatile, and they set the vibe for the transition of the seasons. Pampas Grass is a Southeast Texas staple. I know you have seen it along the highways and country roads. It creates a warm but statement-making focal point. I enjoy using Pampas Grass to enhance arrangements and larger centerpieces. The texture adds depth and makes other floral colors pop! This client-favorite works equally well as a stand alone arrangement! These photos are from a recent wedding in Buna, Texas. Remember — Valentino’s will come to you. We offer delivery throughout Southeast Texas.

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The New Normal

Valentino’s Floral & Events has become an integral part of the Southeast Texas floral and cultural scene. Even during the pandemic, we have been blessed to have the support of new and returning clients. They have trusted Valentino’s to create distinct designs to celebrate their joys, laud their accomplishments, and honor their loved ones.

We cherish every opportunity to serve our community and our clients by offering comprehensive floral consultation and design. Now that venues have begun to reopen, we are working to find safe and innovative ways to make celebrations come back to life! Call or text us today. Together, we can make something extraordinary!


Valentino’s Owner Brandon Williams with his massive flower cake creation

Sure, there’s a different feeling in the air as the class of 2020 prepares to walk across the stage, but that shouldn’t stop us from celebrating! Cheers to the class of 2020! May you have perfect vision, success, happiness and love.

I decided to create a 2020 cake for all grads to spread hope, love and positive vibes. Wherever the journey takes you, remember to always stop and smell the roses! — Brandon