Colorful Tropical Hawaiian Wedding Inspirations

What’s more fun than a tropical themed wedding?

I loved designing this colorful Collection. Each palm tree leaf, each pink hibiscus flower would transport me to a magical paradise of turquoise waters and white sandy beaches, surrounded by Palm Trees and just a soft breeze of coconut and mango in the air. Time to relax and dream.

One does not need to travel too far to re-create that amazing atmosphere of color and magic. Just with the right décor and joyful flower arrangements, any place can be transformed into a dreamy Tropical Hawaiian Luau celebration.

Meaning of Luau in Hawaiian

“A lūʻau (Hawaiian: lūʻau, also anglicized as “luau”) is a traditional Hawaiian party or feast that is usually accompanied by entertainment. It may feature food such as poikālua puaʻa (kālua pig), pokelomi salmonʻopihi, and haupiabeer, and entertainment such as traditional Hawaiian music and hula. Among people from Hawaiʻi, the concepts of “lūʻau” and “party” are often blended, resulting in graduation lūʻau, wedding lūʻau, baby lūʻau, and birthday lūʻau.” Wikipedia

Though entertaining and fun, these modern festivals bear little resemblance to the traditional celebrations of the native Hawaiians. Originally knows as aha ‘aina (aha meaning “gather” and ‘aina meaning “meal”), these feasts were rich with symbolism, kapus (taboos) and the spirit of aloha.
It was at one of these royal aha ‘aina’s in the 1800s, where King Kamehameha II (aka Liho Liho) and his stepmother Queen Ka’ahumanu lifted the kapu of men and women eating together, that the term luau came to be.”

“The luau, meaning ‘taro plant,’ was named after one of the most popular dishes served at the feast: chicken and taro plant leaves baked in coconut milk.

The traditional feast was eaten off of lauhalas, large woven mats made from ti leaves, with diners sitting on the floor, using only their hands to eat. Beautiful centerpieces of ferns, leaves, and flowers lined the center with platters of meat, like lomi salmon and kalua pig (pork cooked in an underground oven called an imu), and bowls of poi, a classic Polynesian staple made from taro plant corn, laid on the mats; dried fish, sweet potatoes, and bananas were placed directly on the lauhala.”

I was so happy and honored that one of my first clients, who celebrated the most important day of her life with this Wedding Suite, was from Hawaii. The beautiful artwork was created by Ukrainian Artists at

I hope you will be inspired by these tropical wedding ideas, if you are thinking of planning a lovely Hawaiian themes Celebration.

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