Do ordered to and ordered from have different meanings?
I feel like you use ordered from if you have received the order already.
Use ordered to if you have not received the order yet.
When your friend asks "Where did you get this pizza? This is delicious!". You would say "This pizza was ordered from Pizza Hut"
When your parent asked you to order a pizza. After you have placed an order, your parent asks you which pizza brand you ordered and you tell them "I ordered it to Pizza Hut"
Is this right? Or do you use ordered from for both examples?