Flowers are a great way to let someone who is ill, or just feeling blue, know you’re thinking of him, even if you can’t visit him in person. They’re not only a terrific way to brighten up a hospital room, but can ease the loneliness of recovering at home. They are a simple, sincere and unobtrusive way to lift spirits, bring a smile to a tired face or brighten up a room for someone who is under the weather. In fact, they might be just the trick to cheer someone up.
FAQs about Get Well Flowers
How do I order flowers to be delivered to a hospital?
If you order flowers to be delivered to a hospital, it’s helpful to have the following ready when you call your florist:
- The name of the hospital
- The patient’s name
- Room number (if possible)
- When you want the flowers delivered
It is also good to know if the hospital has a policy regarding flowers. For instance, most urgent care and intensive care units do not allow flowers. Sometimes hospital rooms have certain display areas for flowers, but they must be a specified size. Your florist will know about the hospitals in your area.
Is it okay to wait and send get well flowers once someone returns home from the hospital?
Absolutely. While patients can look forward to home’s familiar, comfortable environment to help ease pain and speed recovery, recovering at home can be lonely. Flowers are a great way to let someone know you’re thinking of him, even if you can’t visit him in person.
Does someone who is ill have to have been in the hospital to get flowers? What if he or she is sick in bed or just feeling blue?
Flowers are a heartwarming and appreciated gesture any time. They are a simple, sincere and unobtrusive way to lift spirits, bring a smile to a tired face or brighten up a room for someone who is under the weather. In fact, they might be just the trick to cheer someone up.
I heard that flowers are good for your health. Is that true?
According to recent behavioral research conducted at Rutgers University, the presence of flowers triggers happy emotions, heightens feelings of life satisfaction and affects social behavior in a positive manner far beyond what is normally believed. “Common sense tells us that flowers make us happy,” said Dr. Jeanette Haviland-Jones, lead researcher on the study. “Now, science shows that not only do flowers make us happier than we know, they have strong positive effects on our emotional well being.
Get Well Card Messages When Sending Flowers
- Hoping these flowers brighten not only your room, but your heart.
- Loving thoughts are tucked inside this bundle of flowers!
- Good health starts with a happy heart. Hope these flowers start the job!
- Hope you’re back on your feet soon.
- Hoping that you’ll bloom again soon.
- Sending you healing thoughts and a little sunshine to brighten your day.
- Sending you some get well cheer!
- To brighten your day!
- Loving relief for your aches and pains.
- Wishing you a speedy recovery.
- We miss you! Come back soon!
- Hope you’re feeling better soon.
- Ask your florist for more suggestions.