Colonial House of Flowers 

Colonial House of Flowers is a brand deeply rooted in nature and plant life within  family and friends. Our curated product assortment explores the boundaries of life lived outside (and in) with a globally conscious, love of family and gatherings and a locally influenced point of view that is wholly our own.


We are based in Atlanta, Georgia with a working shop in Roswell. 


Using nature, heart and history as a guide, we offer inspired seasonal solutions for creative working, gathering and team building for businesses to build their brands. The blend of experience and assortment helps build enduring community connections.


We donate to Made by Dyslexia, Atlanta Humane SocietyUniversity of Georgia, Decoding Dyslexia and RUMC Foundation because we believe the work they do is important.


Shop Colonial House of Flowers family 



Colonial House of Flowers was founded on the principals of how flower shops traditionally have been run but transitioned to the front of the floral industry by changing the business model. From there, we've changed to focus on businesses to strategically communicate marketing and team building strategies naturally, using flowers and plants. 

We value intention, meaning, education, honesty and relationships first and support our values with innovation and technology. We strive to empower you to build a business that includes garden inspired communication, design, techniques and products.

The best brands in the world are ones that have the courage to change... no matter what. The Colonial House of Flower's entrepreneurial spirit and love of nature do exactly this... while enthusiastically family run for 55+ years!


Contact Colonial House of Flowers, The #1 Florist in Georgia and the South



It Doesn't Have To Be Perfect To Be Beautiful.

Christy Griner Hulsey is the owner of Colonial House of Flowers. Using plants, flowers and a real story as her medium she specializes in intimate, high-end, bespoke, artistic corporate partnerships including florals and plants in restaurants, shops, businesses, workshops, homes and company photoshoots, showrooms and movie sets.

She travels the globe teaching sold-out workshops, hosting pop-up shops, and sharing herself through her old-world, painterly, classic yet whimsical garden style arrangements that are all-her!

You can say that flowers found Christy. And, not other way around. After a successful career utilizing her degree from University of Georgia’s prestigious Grady School, the family flower shop came to her serendipitously. To keep it alive, she relied on the only resources she had mainly, a knowing found inside. Thankful for those days sent to the garden by her grandmother, Margie Tygart, using a lot creativity and tenacity, Christy did it. 

Christy's gritty sense of story telling, honesty, authenticity, grace, and a bigger vision effortlessly translate into the magical world of flowers and plants, and small business. Her compositions that drip with soulful details full of loose, wild texture and abandon with a respect for beauty in all stages of life have made Christy one of the most sought after designers in the country, and the world. Her organically balanced, naturally humble, whimsically cheerful, peculiar approach to art and life help that!  Believing good fun, strong women, genuine kindness, tight friendships and tough families are what make the world go around, she's original, loyal, tenacious and quiet at times.



Christy's work can be seen in Style Me Pretty front page + Little Black Book, Martha Stewart Weddings, International Destination Weddings & Honeymoons, Southern LIving's Southern Weddings Best Bouquet of the Year, 100 Layer Cake, Weddings Unveiled, The Bridal Theory, Wedding Sparrow, Coastal Living, front cover of Florist's Review Magazine, Pottery Barn Inside & Out blog and more.
Christy was named the 2017 Mayesh Design Star, UGA 40 Under 40, ranked  among UGA's Bulldog 100 Fastest Growing Businesses three years in a row. She's represented the USDA on a trade mission to China with American Grown Flowers and presented demonstrations at the legendary South American Rosaprima rose farm. She's partnered with the Atlanta Botanical Garden and Fox Theatre, the White House and the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena, California.  Her floristry has been featured at the Expo-Flor Ecuador 2018 in Quito.


Christy Griner Hulsey with Chris Jose WSBTV Atlanta at the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena, California
Christy with Chris Jose, WNBC New York Reporter, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. 


Christy leading a workshop with Mayesh in Los Angeles.