Providence Flower Delivery
If you are going to have flowers delivered to a patient, you'll need the patient's name, room number and ward. You can also have flowers delivered to home addresses as well. You
can conveniently order same-day flowers online, where you can have them delivered up until 2pm virtually anywhere in Providence.
baby flowers to a new parents at the
Women's Primary Health Center (located at 2 Dudley Street) after welcomimg a new bundle of joy into the world. Or perhaps your loved one is battling a sickness, that causes him
or her to be hospitalized and you want to
urge them to get better.
Whether they're in the cancer ward, the children's center, women's center, psychiatric ward, or in the intensive care unit, a beautiful floral decoration near their bedside will
add a measure of cheer and brightness to the room. The other hospitals that we deliver to in Providence include the following:
Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, 200 High Service Ave, North Providence, RI 02904
Miriam Hospital, 164 Summit Avenue, Providence, RI 02906
The Rhode Island Hospital and the
Hasbro Children's Hospital,
593 Eddy St, Providence, RI 02903
Butler Hospital, 345 Blackstone Blvd, Providence, RI 02906
Providence Funeral Home Delivery
It's not always easy to express your condolences for someone's loss or sympathy
for someone's health struggles. One of the most thoughtful and meaningful
expressions of sympathy is sending flowers to a sickly loved one, or sending
floral arrangements to the funeral home and/or to the bereaved homes of family
and friends. Beautiful floral arrangements will brighten and beautify these
melancholy moments and bring a measure of comfort and cheer to the family. If
you want to send get-well wishes or condolences to a family in the Providence,
Rhode Island area, we work with numerous florist shops that can assist you with this endeavor.
First, if you are going to have
flowers delivered to a funeral home, make sure you know the name and address of the funeral home, as well as the name of the deceased or the
family's last name.
Bereavement is difficult to deal with, but flowers can lighten and brighten the mood and are considered the appropriate option for funeral services. You can send potted flowers
directly to the bereaved homes to comfort the grieving family; orchids, azalea bushes, and/or gardenias are the most common options. Or, you can send standing sprays or wreaths in
the shape of religious symbols like holy crosses that will be raised on easels and positioned near the casket. Families can purchase bright and colorful casket sprays, to beautify their loved one's
casket in an elegant manner. Red, white and blue arrangements are perfect patriotic pieces for those who served in the military.