Having a Hawaiian theme party can be done any time of year for many types of parties. A birthday party, an anniversary party or a cookout are all fun ways to enjoy a Hawaiian luau. A Hawaiian luau in the winter can bring some fun tropic style to the mid-winter blahs, especially if you live in the cold north. Tell all guests that no matter the weather, they need to dress for tropical heat. Turn your thermostat up to 90 to keep warm if need be!.A party store will have endless decorations to match a Hawaiian theme.
Pineapple plates, tropical fish and palm trees can be used as invitations. Plates, cups, napkins and tablecloths will come in coordinating styles and colors. To make the event even more festive, have every guest wear a grass skirt and a floral lei. Leis can be purchased from any party planning supply store in a variety of styles and colors.
If you're party involves a meal, have a pig roast. Serve as many dishes with pineapple as you can. Have all of your guests bring pineapple flavored dishes. Have a taste test contest for the most unique dish. This gets people in the creative mode as well as feeds everyone.Games to play at a Hawaiian style party include doing the limbo, a pineapple tossing contest and a hula contest.
You could also have food eating contests and relays. Making grass skirts and creating the most unique lei can also be fun activities. Use fresh or silk flowers and string and let them go to town.Buy personalized prizes to give to all your guests to remember your event.
Set up a palm tree and Hawaiian style sunset background for picture op and take a snapshot of every guest. Send it to them after or use as a thank you note to give them a cherished memory..Mrs. Party. Gail Leino is the internet's leading authority on selecting the best possible party supplies, using proper etiquette and manners while also teaching organizational skills and fun facts.
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By: Gail Leino