Get Well Flower Delivery
Being sick, injured, or just low-spirited is difficult and can be full of stress and worry. When our loved ones are struggling, we want to surround them with acts of kindness and thoughtfulness. This might be in the form of doing something nice like making soup or hot tea to help soothe the symptoms of being sick. Or, better yet, sending get-well flowers to lift their mood.
It always helps to know that somebody is rooting for you to get better, and a positive attitude, while not a cure, may help improve their condition. Who doesn't remember the days that mom helped us overcome the flu or a broken bone. Don't feel limited to only sending flowers for Mother's Day, send mom some love when she's sick!
Whatever has your loved one feeling down, flowers make wonderful get-well gifts that aim to help raise their spirits and shine a little light to help them navigate through difficult times. Ultimately, you should always try to show your love, care, and support to the special individuals in your life, especially when they’re not feeling 100%.
Flowers say anything you need them to, from cheery sunflowers to encouraging hydrangeas. A get well gift of farm-fresh flowers sends along some much-needed support and encouragement for a speedy recovery!
Get Well Flower FAQs
Are flowers a good get well gift?
Generally, yes, a floral arrangement is a wonderful get well present. Some hospitals don’t allow flowers because they can cause allergies, but you could send a lush plant instead to liven up your loved one’s room. Either way, get well soon flowers and plants bring a pop of color to someone who may be feeling down and in need of cheering up.
What flowers are ideal to wish somebody a speedy recovery?
While your loved one will certainly appreciate any get well gifts, some flowers are more common than others for saying “Get well soon!”
A muted white lily bouquet sends calming vibes.
Colorful tulips or roses may bring light to what can feel like a very gray time in somebody’s life.
For a loved one who’s battling a chronic illness or has a long recovery ahead of them, plants or potted orchids can be a constant reminder of your love, support, and encouragement during this difficult time.
Regardless of what flower type you choose, any well-meaning get well flowers are sure to be well-received.
Do you deliver get well flowers to hospitals?
As much as you wish you could, sometimes you can't visit your loved one in person, and you want to send a get well gift to the hospital. When you choose same-day delivery from The Bouqs Co., the courier will bring the flower arrangement to the receptionist, if possible. They’ll attempt to contact the recipient.
If you want flowers delivered tomorrow or another day, we recommend shipping the flowers to a local friend or family member who can deliver the flowers in person. Since all orders are shipped by UPS or FedEx, they may not make it directly to a patient’s hospital room.
Sadly, many ICUs do not allow flowers, so always make sure you check the hospital rules first before you send get well gifts.
What do you say in a get well card?
When you send flowers online, a get well card helps emphasize how important that person is to you. With get well flowers sending your overall message of good wishes, the card doesn’t need to be long and elegant if that isn’t your strong suit. One or two lines are enough to convey your support and hope that they recover quickly.
Here are some examples of things that people may include in get well cards:
“Wishing you a speedy recovery.”
“Sending good vibes your way!”
“I hope you feel a little better every day.”
“Get well soon!”
“We’re looking forward to seeing you again.”
“You’re in our thoughts as you recover.”