Sometimes flying all your guests out to one of the islands, or just the two of you sneaking away to elope near the equator, is not an option. Why not bring Hawaii to the mainland with sumptuous Hawaiin flowers to spruce up your ceremony?
Dainty Plumerias with petals of pink and white, with a paler yellow near the center, make lovely leis for your bridegrooms and guests.
Want to add some playfulness and charm to the event? Create flowery ankle bracelets and hair crowns for your bridesmaids.
What Hawaiin wedding is complete without the state’s official flower, the Hibiscus? They bloom in red or yellow glory.
Dress up your wedding arch with these favorite flowers and fill the decorative vases and planters along the aisle and on the tables. They also make lovely corsages and boutonnières.
Envision elegant Orchids that come in an array of beautiful colors, the most popular, purple and white. They make a regal, exquisite impression in centerpieces, along the aisle and at the altar.
And, of course, the well-known Bird of Paradise always seems to arouse warm breezes and thoughts of tropical heaven.
Imagine a dazzling bridal bouquet with lavish Hibiscus, Orchids and Bird of Paradise.
For an enchanting effect, trim these classics with gorgeous Anthurium, reddish flamingo lilies that resemble leaves, along with their deep green foliage and dynamic yellow pistils.
If you adore red and orange hues, Heliconia flowers deliver these striking tones. Their curled leaves and light green tips declare tropical splendor.
Perhaps a pure, one-flower bouquet is more your style. Majestic Protea flower heads stand alone beautifully.
Surrounding yourself and guests with splashes of exotic fauna throughout the wedding space transports everyone to a tranquil, care-free state of mind, a much-welcomed touch of paradise on such a memorable day.
Make your big day extra special with tropical Hawaiian wedding flowers while celebrating on one of the islands.