Thanks so much for delivering the beautiful flowers from the wedding. As you witnessed, our residents were very enthusiastic about getting them. Please thank the bride and groom for thinking of them. It really meant a lot to each of the seniors!
– Janette Mohlman, Director Greenview Nursing Home Chicago
Donate Your Wedding Flowers
We’re excited to let you know about a wonderful way to share a part of your big day with those who would REALLY appreciate it.
After your wedding, instead of throwing out your floral arrangements or begging your guests to take them home, we will deliver them on your behalf to a nursing home. This is an easy way to do something special as you start your new life together.
Picture the huge smiles on the faces of the senior citizens that will enjoy your beautiful flowers for several days after your wedding. Since 2008, our couples have donated over 4,000 arrangements!
Georgia thanks Karlee and Jay for donating their flowers!
SUPER HELPFUL AND SUPPORTIVE!
David’s process for getting to know you, whats important to you for your wedding is impeccable. And DRM exceeded them tenfold. The best part was that our dance floor was packed the entire night – young and old! Everyone had a blast and a million people told me that they’ve never had so much fun at a wedding. I know these people and they were not just being nice. I attribute 95% of this to David and his band. If I had to do it again all over on a budget, I would hire David, and skimp on everything else. Nothing else is as important as the atmosphere, energy and the fun at your wedding. Thanks David!!!!
– Kafi and Jimi Matus Posted on WeddingWire 11.11.14
My Grandparents are My Inspiration
Read Their Love Story
Hy and Rebecca were married 71 years. They lived to 94 and 91. He made her breakfast in bed everyday and always brought her a flower from their garden. After they passed away I wanted to create something as a memorial to their never ending love for each other.
Each winter they would drive about 6 miles an hour from Freeport, IL down to Clearwater Beach, FL in their 1972 Oldsmobile with their left turn signal turned on from about Nashville on south. They always stayed at the same hotels and restaurants and were known by everyone along the way.
He went to University of Nebraska at age 15, became a doctor at 22 and was an army doctor for 30 years. She was an amazing poet and actually went to high school with Dear Abby and Ann Landers in Sioux City, Iowa. While he was on his death bed, she read her poetry to him at his request, especially the poetry she had written about their lives together. They were inseparable.
This is a 100% FREE program.
All we need is your permission!
Simply Call us @773.244.1239 or fill out the inquiry form.
How it Works
- David will bring large containers for the flowers.
- After the wedding, he loads your flowers into his car.
- The next morning, David will drop off the flowers to the nursing home.
How to Get Involved
- Tell us you’d like to donate your flowers.
- Tell your florist that you will be donating your flowers.
- We will only take the actual flowers, no glassware.
The residents will love getting the beautiful flowers from your wedding.
They feel like they were a part of your big day too! Thanks for your generosity!
I always look forward to Sunday mornings when you bring over such beautiful flowers. No one has brought me flowers since my husband died. They also make happy. Please tell the bride and groom we really appreciate the pretty flowers.
– Bernice, 87 years old Greenview Nursing Home Chicago