Luau parties can be very fun for a group of adults who want to join together for a live tropical island themed event. The Luau party makes a good theme for birthday parties. Here are some great luau party ideas, including suggestions for games, meals, invitations and decorations. Decide first if you want to buy an invitation made beforehand or if you want to make your own invitation. If you use a pre-made invitation, be sure to choose designs with bright colors, or large flowers. Some Hawaiian icons are known as hula dancers, leis, and palm trees. Customize envelopes with custom post stamps! If you want to be creative, try looking for some Hawaiian postcards and send your guests and write down all the party details on the empty side. You can also try to draw airplane tickets and write outside “You just won 2 free tickets!” and fill in information like this: destination: your HOUSE arrival time: START TIME START departure time.
Another creative idea is to write party details on a beach ball, shrink the ball, and send invitations to your guests to blow up the ball for more information. You can also attach an index card to the lei with party information written on it, and attach the lei to your guests with instructions to wear it to the party! Options for decorations on luau are unlimited. For outsiders, set a torch around the party area. It’s easy to get a torch that burns citronella oil to keep mosquitoes at bay. Buy original hibiscus or silk flowers or flowers and destroy them around the place. Create your own board from the Styrofoam board. Cut the table with a grass skirt and place the shell and coconut wax on it. Try looking for an old surfboard to use as a table. There must be enough money at the party for everyone. Find the original palm tree, cardboard or bloated. Blow up some beach balls and place them around the room or terrace. Regardless, think of bright colors and abundance!
One’s first game considers luau limbo. You can buy sets of inflatable stretches or real bamboo sets, but it’s easy enough to find a flat stick or long board and two people who are able to hold both ends. Beat Don Ho and see how low you can go! Another fun and funny game is who can be the longest “guess”. HOPE of course! Without legitimate hula dancers at parties, bring your guests to an uncertain match and see who still has it. Prizes for the longest and guests are predictable with the most loops. Pineapple bowling will be a favorite. Use coconut to knock on the “pin” pineapple. Traditional Hawaiian game similar to Horseshoes with two sticks as small poles and stones such as Horseshoes. See who can make it closer to the stick with stones. If there is space, prepare volleyball and play volleyball. Luau in Hawaii means “big party.” Prepare meals at parties in buffet style. You can ask your local seller for all pig butterflies, and just throw them at the barbecue. Serve pineapple ham. Fresh tropical fruit salad with pineapple, mango, papaya and watermelon in large melons with pleasure to the palate and eyes. Coconut pudding is a tantalizing sweet therapy. Serve tropical drinks from coconut. Try Mai Tai, or tropical punch with fresh pieces of fruit in it.