If someone is feeling ill at home or in hospital, then send them natural flowers to give them a lift. Flowers are a gentle healer, and an ideal gift to help restore someone back to health.
Just wanted to say thank you very much for the flowers you sent to my Mum on Friday. They are beautiful. Thank you for the excellent customer service! Kind regards Alex G
Not only were their Flowers a great price, but it was FREE delivery for Mother's Day & the flowers were beautiful. I couldn't have asked for a better service for my Mum who lives on the other side of the world, Arena Flowers did me very proud! A HUGE THANKS TO YOU :-)
Beautiful flowers delivered to a lady undergoing chemo in Holland. It was a surprise for her and brightened up her evening once she got back from the hospital. Thank you. Sharon S.
When someone gets ill and you would like to cheer them up with flowers then best to have them sent straight to their home or work address. It is also probably a good idea to include a vase with the flowers. If someone isn’t feeling well, even the simplest tasks can feel like a huge effort, so sending a vase with get well flowers can be a nice, considerate touch.
Choosing what flowers to send to wish someone to get well soon isn’t too tricky. It’s best to go for something bright and cheerful, rather than plain flowers. If you know what flowers they like most, though, even better.
Often people want to send flowers to wish someone a speedy recovery in hospitals and this can be a bit tricky. Not all hospital wards accept flowers – and some hospitals don’t accept get well soon flowers at all. Our customer service department strongly advise that you check with a hospital before placing an order. There is a check box in the checkout to tick if the order is for a hospital so that the delivery people are aware that it’s going to a hospital and will be able to be very specific if the hospital has refused delivery.
It is relatively easy to check with hospitals if they will accept get well soon flowers, either by ringing up or checking on their website. Many hospitals will clearly put their flower policies up and which wards do and do not accept flowers. It is best if you know what ward the patient is on.
Many hospitals stock their own vases for get well soon flowers, so it may be advisable not to include a glass vase with the order (sometimes glass vases aren’t accepted, even though the flowers are). The best way is to double check with the hospital first or contact our friendly customer services team who’ll be able to advise you.