Christy Griner Hulsey
Christy Griner Hulsey is a shop owner of a flower show that started back in 1968!
She has designed flowers for the White House and the First Ladies Luncheon, collaborated with the USDA for China Trade missions in Shanghai, Beijing, and Kunming. She’s designed flowers for Coastal Living, country music stars, Kate Spade NY, Pottery Barn and more. Her designs - they win honors like Martha Stewart’s Top 50 Fall Bouquets or Bouquet of the Year by Southern Living’s Southern Weddings Mag. She’s made flowers for the Rose Bowl Parade and an international floral expo in Ecuador.
South Georgia born and bred now Atlantaian, Christy is a professional floral expert and garden enthusiast who loves to travel, her home, family, mastiff pup and siamese cat. Her work has been featured over and over again from Martha Stewart Weddings, Victoria, Coastal Living, Florist Review, Style Me Pretty, Golden Isles Magazine, Athens Magazine, International Destination Wedding Magazine and many more with several covers.
Christy is a frequent guest on blogs and podcasts. Hulsey’s natural grace and warm personality light up any room. A naturally entertaining speaker, Christy is a fresh voice for her generation. Whether she’s teaching how to create a compote design, a centerpiece on a cake stand, how to make am monochromatic design, succulent garden, terrarium or creating any drop-dead gorgeous flower arrangement, garland, arbor and wreath -- or making her grandmama’s pound cake, Christy masterfully guides her audience through the art of making something beautiful. Christy enjoys talking with attendees and selling signature vases at the end of a lecture.
Flower Design. Wreaths. Compotes. Terrariums. Succulent Gardens. DIY. Lifestyle.
Contact Us For 2022 Fee Schedule – Effective December 1, 2021
Speaker Honorarium - (includes PowerPoint presentation or demonstration)
Add-on features (additional speech, demo, arrangement, course, etc.)
*Travel and accommodations reimbursed by contracting party
Christy's work pays for her children to go to school and supports the Dyslexia Resource, Roswell United Methodist Church Foundation, University of Georgia Women of UGA, Made by Dyslexia, and the Schenck, Swift and Saint Francis Schools as often as possible for the wonderful work they do.