Get Well Soon Message
Send the Right Message to Wish them Well
Not sure what to say when you want to wish or convey a message of sympathy and encouragement to a friend or family member who has fallen ill. Your message will depend on the condition and relationship you have with the person receiving the message.
You can write a general message with your own sentiments to express your feelings, write a thoughtful or funny poem, or send a video or ecard.
This video below is of The Official "Get Well Soon!" Song, which is a great example of a lighthearted approach to wishing someone a speedy recovery who isn't suffering from a serious illness.
Get Well Messages
You can also ask your local or online florist for sample get well soon messages if you are sending flowers, balloons and other gifts to a hospital or to someone house.
For writing a get well soon message on a card, here are some messages you can use based on two levels of illness. The first group of messages for minor illnesses and the second group for a serious illnesses.
For a minor illness, simply send a get well soon message, and let them know you are thinking of them. Here are 15 get well message examples you can use:
- You are in my thoughts. Hope you get well soon!
- We miss you here at work. Hope my surprise gives you a reason to smile, and help you feel better. Get Well Soon!
- Sending happy thoughts your way so you'll feel better soon.
- Warm wishes for a speedy recovery.
- Take special care of yourself and get well soon!
- GET WELL! That's an order
- Winners never quit... they recover.
- Get well soon. What else do you have to do?
- You have places to go, people to see, lots of fun times to be enjoyed. Get well soon.
- Sending a cheerful wish... Hope you are feeling better soon.
- Best wishes for a speedy recovery.
- Just a friendly wish that you will be feeling better soon.
- There couldn't be a better way than sending these flowers to make you smile! Get well soon!
- Sending you my brightest wishes, to say hope you get well soon!
- You mean a lot to me and so does your health. Get well soon!
For a serious illness the message should reflect your care and concern. The wording you use should say "get well" only if there is a good chance of recovery. Sentiments expressing that they are in your thoughts are more appropriate.
- May family and friends bring you strength, comfort, and support.
- Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.
- Here's a little something to brighten your day. Thinking of you.
- You are in our prayers and thoughts.
- I admire your strength and courage. Please let me know if I can do anything to help out.
- So sorry to hear you aren't feeling well. I'm thinking of you.
- May this gift brighten your day and lift your spirits in every way.
- I am sending you a whole lot of sunshine and a bunch of flowers - thinking of you!
- Hope my surprise gives you a reason to smile.
- Extending my sincerest thoughts and prayers.
Expressing a message of encouragement to a friend or family member who has fell ill doesn't require lengthy prose. If you are sending a card with a gift it's okay to keep it short and sweet as well as add a touching lighthearted personal jokes you've shared in the past.