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3 Most Important Tips for Sending Get-Well-Soon Flowers

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

We hate to say it, but no matter the time of year, you probably know someone who is sick or recovering. We all have our days! Sending get-well-soon flowers is a simple way to brighten someone’s day.

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So how do you pick the perfect get-well-soon flowers for him and her? Here are the three most important things to consider.

Tips for Sending Get-Well-Soon Flowers

When sending flowers to people who may be ill or recovering, it’s best to consider the bouquet's color, bouquet maintenance, and whether it sends the right message.

Choosing a Get-Well-Soon Bouquet Color

Science has proven that different colors have different effects on people. For example, blue is a calming color, while red may signal passion or danger.

When choosing get-well flowers for him, consider sending oranges or greens. Golden Hour Garden Garden is a bouquet with orange gerbera daisies and lime green ball dianthus. Oranges evoke a feeling of vitality and happiness — perfect for someone feeling under the weather.

When choosing get-well flowers for her, choose lighter purples, which can soothe and calm. Lullaby Lavender Rose features 24 stems of light purple roses, while the Royalty bouquet features different shades of purple with lilies and purple roses.

Other cheery colors include yellow, pink, and green.

Send the Right Message

Sending flowers to someone who is sick is a nice gesture in itself. Add in a card with the right message, and they’ll never forget your love and kindness. A simple “Get Well Soon” is fine, but why not add something a little more personal or unexpected?

Depending on your relationship with the person, you’ll have to decide whether your message should be more formal or fun.

Here are a few ideas:

*I heard you’re under the weather. Here’s to sunnier days. Get well soon!

*You can’t get well soon enough! We miss you!

*Get well now! (Just kidding, take your time. We just miss you.)

*Wish you were here! Get well soon.

*Hoping you have a speedy recovery!

*I wish I could be there to cheer you up. I hope these flowers can fill in for me!

*You’re one tough cookie! If anyone can kick this, it’s you.

Low-Maintenance Get-Well-Soon Bouquets

If someone is recovering from an illness, the last thing they need is to take care of something else. When sending get-well-soon flowers, it’s best to send a smaller bouquet that is easy to maintain.

When you choose a bouquet from our Get Well Flowers Collection, rest assured that it’s as easy as placing them in a vase with water. To make it even easier, your bouquet will arrive with care instructions and BloomsyBox food to ensure it makes your recipient smile for weeks to come.

Low-Maintenance Get-Well-Soon Bouquets

If someone is recovering from an illness, the last thing they need is to take care of something else. When sending get-well-soon flowers, it’s best to send a smaller bouquet that is easy to maintain.

When you choose a bouquet from our Get Well Flowers Collection, rest assured that it’s as easy as placing them in a vase with water. To make it even easier, your bouquet will arrive with care instructions and BloomsyBox food to ensure it makes your recipient smile for weeks to come.

When sending flowers to people who may be ill or recovering, it’s best to consider the bouquet's color, bouquet maintenance, and whether it sends the right message.

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