Throw a Polynesian Party

Throw a Polynesian Party
May 23, 2016 Rusty Parr
Polynesian party

Having A Luau or Polynesian Themed Party?

It’s always party time on the islands—and planning your next Polynesian-themed bash is easier than ever. From the era of Don Ho, long boards, and aloha spirit comes a celebration of island entertaining.

It’s easy to create a tropical atmosphere with rental and floral décor, Hawaiian music and tasty Polynesian food. By incorporating luau themed colors (bright yellow, orange, magenta, lime green and ocean blue), you introduce your guests to an island atmosphere that is sure to warm their imagination. Add bright, colorful florals as centerpieces or accents for a tropical feel. Tiki torches, Chinese Lanterns and overhead Carnival Lighting will keep your guests around all night.

Plan a Luau themed menu. Some island favorites are Bacon Wrapped Pineapple Bites, Aloha BBQ Sliders and Luau Kabobs with pineapple and ham. For the more ambitious, there’s always the Pit Cooked Pig. And don’t forget the specialty island drinks, like Mai Tai’s or Plantation Iced Tea.

Create a playlist of a mix of traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music. Encourage your guests to dress the part. Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts, Island print dresses and flip-flops will keep things casual. It might even be fun to have a “Best Island Outfit” contest.

Finish the tables with Tablecloths in bright Island colors, Tiki Umbrellas and Bamboo Flatware, and Polynesian décor. Complete the picture with a Tiki Bar, Bamboo Pedestals, leis for your guests, and some island decor, and your party is sure to be one to remember!

Crowd Pleasers:

★ Leis
★ Tiki Candles
★ Tiki Torches
★ Tiki Island Electric Lights
★ Cocktail Umbrellas
★ Polynesian Décor

 

Here are a few links we found to help inspire you:
How to Throw a Luau Party – Rachael Ray
How to Host a Hawaiian Party
Luau Party On Pinterest

Polynesian Parties Flier

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