Hawaiian style wedding

A cou­ple in love, the sound of the ocean surf, a breeze, white sand, warmth of the sun — can any­thing be bet­ter than such a Hawai­ian-style wed­ding? More­over, it can be orga­nized with­out going abroad. To do this, sim­ply draw on a few of the ideas below.

Hawai­ian style- orga­ni­za­tion
  1. Loca­tion. The cer­e­mo­ny will be no less beau­ti­ful if you choose the shore of a lake, sea or riv­er for it. If your finan­cial sit­u­a­tion allows, you can rent a house with a pool, then yourin the style of a Hawai­ian par­ty will def­i­nite­ly be remem­bered by your guests.
  2. cloth­ing. The feel­ing of free­dom is what should dom­i­nate such a hol­i­day, so give up the tra­di­tion­al­dress and jack­et with a tie. Opt for white out­fits. Maybe even swimwear. Around the neck, the groom puts on a gar­land woven from green leaves com­bined with white flow­ers, his beloved, in turn, wears threads of orchids and ros­es. It is worth not­ing that lovers exchange such dec­o­ra­tions dur­ing their first dance. If we talk about the appear­ance of the guests, also order flower gar­lands for them, with which you will meet them at the entrance to the ban­quet hall. Remem­ber that your neck­laces and the neck­laces of the invi­tees should be dif­fer­ent in col­or. Ask men to wear Hawai­ian shirts, light-col­ored shorts or pants, and women — bright sun­dress­es, swim­suits.
  3. Hawai­ian style invi­ta­tions. They should cer­tain­ly be col­or­ful, evok­ing pos­i­tive emo­tions. So, for exam­ple, on the cov­er of such a post­card, make a volu­mi­nous col­or appli­ca­tion depict­ing a beach slip­per, or put an invi­ta­tion in an enve­lope with sev­er­al rose petals.
  4. Music and exot­ic enter­tain­ment. The rhythms of tam-tams, the roman­tic sound of the ukulele — this is what will cre­ate the right hol­i­day atmos­phere. Delight your guests with Hawai­ian dance mas­ter class­es. To do this, of course, invite instruc­tors. Do not for­get about the tra­di­tion­al dance of the Hawai­ian peo­ples, called “Hula”. At the end of the cel­e­bra­tion, orga­nize a fire show.
  5. Hawai­ian styledecor. It is rec­om­mend­ed to dec­o­rate the hall with palm leaves (prefer­ably if they are not arti­fi­cial). Dec­o­rate the arch with them, under which lovers, on their knees, will pro­nounce oaths of their eter­nal love. If the­cel­e­bra­tion is cel­e­brat­ed in the open air, dec­o­rate the area with torch­es, lanterns, and place can­dles placed on flo­ral arrange­ments in the pool or pond. Wrap cut­lery with coconut twine, and use coconut leaves as a coast­er for cut­lery.
See also
how to learn to dance dance at home? Lessons for beginners. Basic leg and arm movements