The traditional haku-style lei (aka Flower Crown) is commonly worn by the polynesian dance groups, a bride or for fashion shows and makes a wonderful accent to any event or function. The word “haku” refers to the method of braiding foliage such as flowers and ferns on a natural or artificial base material like ti or banana leaves. The color varies as planners decide themes and party decision for the event, but our haku leis can be custom made with any combination of multi-colored flowers and ti leaves or any other type leaf as requested.
Two tone green ti leaves with gold orchid flowers.
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