Nature's Splendor is Valdosta's Premier Floral and Gift Boutique, offering same day fresh flower delivery to Valdosta, Quitman, Hahira and Lake Park. We strive to surpass our customers expectations by offering Valdosta a personal experience when purchasing flowers, for what ever the occasion may be. Nature's Splendor is Family owned and operated. Now located on Bemiss Road, Suzanne Roberts honors her mothers legacy by continuing to offer the same great customer service and top notch floral designs the Valdosta Area has come to expect from Nature's Splendor. What once was just a dream, the late Billie Sandlin gave life to by opening her home studio in the early 1980's. In these humble beginnings Billie and her daughter, Suzanne, perfected the art of providing the best customer service possible as well as floral designs that were of the highest quality possible. Now joined by her nephew, Bill Zipperer, who has worked in the Atlanta floral industry as well as worked for some of the South East's largest Floral and Event Design companies; Suzanne and Bill continue on Billie's legacy. Today Nature's Splendor is featured as an FTD Master Florist, recognizing them in the top 2% of florists in the world, by offering the best customer service and floral arrangements available in the industry. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you!
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Cathy · Married on 04/25/2015
Bill at Nature's Splendor was great! I had an idea of what I wanted for my wedding flowers, and gave him room to run with it. Everything was beautiful, set up on time, and hassle-free (basically, exactly what you want on your wedding day)! I highly recommend them.
Beverly · Married on 11/22/2014
They arrange the most stunning flowers I've ever seen!! Fun to work with as well!
User4587280 · 2+ years ago
The flowers for my daughter's wedding were absolutely gorgeous!! More beautiful than I could have ever imagined. They are very professional and wonderful to work with in spite of having to move the ceremony at the last minute due to rain.