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Just Don't Send Flowers and Saint G - Angie Saint Gelais

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Just Dont Send Flowers is not your usual get well gift and cancer gift store. We strive to  provide a practical, beautiful and personal gift giving experience for the patient and the gift giver. Many people are allergic to flowers and some hospitals do not allow the flowers in certain situations. Our thoughtful and useful gifts can be used during recovery and thereafter. Since so many get well and cancer gifts can be gloomy and sad, we definitely are not that. We are honored to help you chose a beautiful gift that feels personal and inspires healing through beauty, laughter and love. We hope that you enjoy your gift giving experience with us.

Just Dont Send Flowers is dedicated to all of our family and friends who have battled cancer. In April of 2014, a dear friend, Angie St. Gelais was hospitalized suddenly and diagnosed with metastatic melanoma. As many of us do, I immediately turned to the internet to order flowers. I was told by friends in the CCU with Angie "Just Don't Send Flowers". I began researching and discovered that many cancer patients are very sensitive to flowers, fragrances and chemicals... and they don't really want candies/chocolates and other items routinely included in gift baskets due to the nausea often caused by chemotherapy treatment. However, most gift-givers want to send something beautiful that conveys the right sentiment to the patient whether they're sending a cancer gift or a get-well gift. From the natural and nourishing skin products, to the useful tote/duffle bags to the jewelry and beautiful empathy cards (designed by a cancer survivor herself) - we hope to help you give the perfect gift, beautifully gift packaged and delivered with care.



Sadly, Angie St. Gelais succumbed to cancer within a few short days of hospitalization and left behind her wonderful husband and four young and amazing children.. Saint G, the line of clothing featured on this website is both inspired by and named in honor of Angie St. G.
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