Dive into the Hawaiian beach wedding style and put tropical flowers in your hair!

Do it the Hawaiian way,

PUT FLOWERS IN YOUR HAIR

Pure prettiness.

Why do Hawaiians wear flowers in their hair? Simple! Hair flowers look wonderfully pretty, in person and in wedding pictures. And what better occasion is there to deck yourself out in flowers than your wedding?

 
Tropical

Hawaiian Wedding Hair Flowers

Add yet a little more flower magic to your Hawaiian wedding look.

#1 - Blush Cymbidium Hair Flower

Cymbidiums are large bold orchids that are best tucked behind your ear or added to your up-do hairstyle.

#2 - Purple Orchid Hair Flower

Two colorful purple orchids with hair pins for you to place creatively in your hair or tuck behind your ear

#3 - White Orchid Hair Flower

Two classic white orchids with hair pins for you to place creatively in your hair or tuck behind your ear

 
Haku

Hawaiian Wedding Head Leis

Haku head leis are hand-woven beautiful flower crowns worn by Hawaiians on special occasions. In Hawaii the Haku is considered the traditional wedding veil of the islands.

#1 - Bridal White Head Lei

Beautiful pink anthuriums with roses and seasonal orchids in a loose boho style

#2 - Pink & White Head Lei

Fabulously pretty and delicate head lei in pink and white colors. This head lei is an absolute favorite with our brides and flower girls!

#3 - Tropical Haku Head Lei

This haku is a massive flower crown of ferns and orchids. 

#4 - Hawaiian Haku Head Lei

This pretty Hawaiian haku is made with greens and orchids.

#5 - Flowery Haku Head Lei

Beautiful pink roses and other pink seasonal flowers - this style works with any of the pink Boho, Rustic or Vintage Bouquets

#6 - Dreamy Haku Head Lei

This dreamy haku is made with eucalyptus and white orchids to match any of the white bouquets

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