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Lei (pronounced Lay) is a garland or wreath. More loosely defined, a lei is any series of objects strung together with the intent to be worn. The most popular concept of a lei in Hawaiian culture is a wreath of flowers presented upon arriving or leaving as a symbol of affection.  Maile is one of the oldest and most popular lei material used in ancient Hawaii. It was most commonly worn for the worship of the gods of hula and even used as a symbol of peace offering in times of battle. Its leaves are believed to protect the wearer, bestow good luck, and even possess healing powers.  Ti leaves are also extremely popular, as well as traditional for weddings in Hawaii, because it also represents unity. completeness and the coming together of both families. No Hawaiian wedding would be complete without a lei. Wedding leis are special leis that symbolize the love that the couple has for each other, the love of everyone who is there to witness the event and the spirit of Aloha. 

Choose your favorite Lei design or ask for a personalized creation for your wedding.

*Please note that some Leis may not always be available for your wedding due to availability of the flowers or the weather.

Prices range from $10.00 and above, depending on the season. Some restrictions apply.  Please ask your Coordinator.


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