Greg Boulus founded Charleston Street over 20 years ago in Augusta, Georgia. Since then our store has provided customers with a unique shopping experience unlike any other. With our beginnings rooted in fine floral design and garden, Charleston Street's offerings have expanded to include decorations for the table and home, gifts, and custom paper goods.
Charleston Street began with a focus on fine flowers and garden. Today, we continue our dedication to beautiful surroundings by providing the highest quality and exquisite botanicals for daily deliveries, events, and holiday décor.
At Charleston Street, we enjoy helping our customers live beautifully. Our shop offers a wide selection of home décor, including elegant tabletop and barware collections, sophisticated gifts, specialty bath products, home fragrances, and original local artwork.
As Augusta's premiere bridal and gift registry, we find great joy in assisting couples as they plan their lives together! Our registry consultants are able to offer a personalized and unhurried experience, allowing brides and grooms to explore different options without interruption.
Our appreciation for graceful living extends to the selection of fine papers we carry, from the classics such as Crane & Co., William Arthur, and Arzberger to the more contemporary designs of Dabney Lee, Sugar Paper, and Rifle Paper Company. You will find a wide range of stationery, invitations, and other customizable papers and gifts to suit your every need. Charleston Street believes the inbox is no substitute for mailbox, and seeks to revitalize the art of the handwritten letter.
Over the last two decades, Greg's work with fine flowers and attention to detail has gained recognition across the southeast as one of the region's most esteemed wedding and event planners. Thus, his newest expansion Greg Boulus Events was a natural progression. Please visit the link below for inquiries regarding floral and event design for weddings and special events.
We are located on the fountain level of Surrey Center in Augusta's Historic Summerville district.