There are so many reasons to give flowers when someone is not feeling well. You may want to engender a feeling of optimism and hope in them that they will recover soon. Flowers can also remind a person who is bedridden or at the very least home bound that nature is truly the best medicine. A gift of flowers to an ailing friend or loved one also expresses your compassion and concern, which in turn makes them feel special.
At Griffin’s Floral Design, we know that flowers have been proven to promote good health and are beneficial to overall well being.
While it doesn’t really matter which flowers you give in terms of getting all of those wonderful benefits from having flowers around, we personally like a bright bouquet of mixed flowers. A design that has a lot of visual interest and texture can really cheer up a space and give someone who isn’t feeling their best something to focus on. We love our Cheer You Up Bouquet for this purpose.
This graceful arrangement is both cheerful but also understated. The vibrant colors aren’t too much to keep these flowers from living on a bedside table, where they can be enjoyed all the time during recovery. On the other hand, this piece is visually arresting, with plenty of texture and interest to keep someone engaged.
You can’t really go wrong when you send get well flowers, though do consider any allergies or fragrance preferences before you make a selection.