Get Well Soon Flowers
Guide to Get Well Soon Gifts & Flowers
1.1 Which flowers are best suited for someone to get well soon?
Any flowers pleasant to the eyes and nose will do, however if you’re after truly symbolic flora, consider the following:
- Magnolia: A delicate yet hardy strain, the Magnolia flower represents perseverance and endurance. They’ll let your ill friend know to keep their head up and keep a strong will.
- Immortal: Immortal flowers let the unwell person knowing that you have an everlasting remembrance for them.
- Dandelion: A flower symbolic of many emotions, but ultimately Happiness.
1.2 What kind of get well soon gifts could I give?
If the recipient is bedridden, a get well soon teddy bear and flowers are ideal as they have something sentimental to gaze upon through the hours. If they are more mobile, a get well soon basket of goodies and treats are a fun item to scavenge through.
Keep in mind that if they are in a hospital, depending on policy, flowers and plants may or may not be permitted where patients are staying as they can potentially harbor bacteria.
1.3 What are some considerate ‘get well soon’ messages I can write?
You can go for something typical and traditional such as ‘I wish you a speedy recovery’ or ‘Best wishes I hope you feel better soon’ but these will hardly put a smile on their face. If you’re a colleague, make a comment about somebody you work with or your boss – something they can relate to. If it’s a friend who you love to have a beer with, write something like ‘The quicker you get outta here, the quicker we get to liquor!’. It’s all about relatability when it comes to creating something personal and memorable.