A Hawaiian theme party with traditional Hawaiian music, food, and Hawaiian party supplies sounds like a great time. Celebrating a special event with outstanding performances that include singing, dancing and acting is a great way to keep the guests involved in the celebration. These fun activities are perfect for guests of all ages and will add a great deal to the celebration. More often than not, these performances will be the perfect addition to a fun filled and exciting event. Why not throw a Hawaiian theme party in celebration of a birthday or special occasion (especially in the middle of the winter). A Hawaiian party will generate the feelings of warmth, subtle ocean breezes, and drinks in coconuts. A long list of Hawaiian tracks and artists should be present at every Hawaiian theme party. Include songs and musicians such as:
Aloha Oe - Queen Liliuokalani
I’ll Remember You - Kui Lee
Morning Dew - Eddie Kamae
Waikiki - Andy Cummings
Ke Kali Nei Au (The Hawaiian Wedding Song) - Charles E. King
Honolulu City Lights - Keola Beamer
Kuu Home o Kahaluu - Jerry Santos
Kawohikukapulani - Helen Desha Beamer
Akaka Falls - Helen Lindsey Parke
Aloha-Oe, Until We Meet Again - Goombay Dance Band
Kawaipunahele - Kealii Reichel
Kuu Pua i Paoakalani - Queen Liliuokalani
Hawaii Five-O - Morton Stevens
Other Hawaiian music that may be included in a Hawaiian theme party includes tunes by Don Ho, Henri Berger, Makaha Sons of Ni'ihau, and Cecilio & Kapono. There are many songs and artists to select from for a Hawaiian theme party that will keep the Hawaiian party nai (enjoyable) for many hours.
Creative suggestion: Avoid waiting until the last minute to pick things out or pick them up, no need to add more stress. Everyone does not drink alcohol, be inclusive when planning a get-together and have a choice of drinks that include non-alcoholic opinions. When decorating a room to match a given theme or idea explore not just the horizontal space, but the vertical space as well.
A Hawaiian party is a grand occasion for an assortment of homemade party supplies and other handmade party goods. Most hosts will find that fun and exciting activities will be a great addition to this fun filled celebration. More often than not fun activities in which everyone can play and participate along with decorative supplies will liven up the event and make it very special. For this reason, planning and organization will be very beneficial for the host. A Hawaiian party is a great party theme and handmade centerpieces and door curtains will be well received. Your guests will be excited to be invited to a Hawaiian party and will look forward to the event. From homemade Hawaiian shirts to handmade grass skirts, most people will have fun dressing up for your Hawaiian party.
Most people will find that homemade party supplies and handmade party goods for your Hawaiian party are easy to make. For that reason, a Hawaiian party is a great time for making a homemade Hawaiian Lei. A homemade Hawaiian lei is quite easy to make and will be the perfect handmade accessory for your Hawaiian party. Handmade leis are easy to make and are a lot of fun.
Most people will find that stringing the beads and flowers will take some time, but will be worth the effort. Take a very long piece of dental floss (approximately three feet) and a very strong carpet needle and begin to string paper flowers on the floss one at a time. These handmade paper flowers can be alternated with beads and other handmade items to add color and distinction to your leis. After all of the homemade paper flowers have been strung, tie the ends of the handmade lei together. This stunning creation will make the perfect Hawaiian party lei.
Hawaiian theme parties are very unique and quite special therefore the cake that is served for this party should also be special. This exciting and fun event is the ideal time for a variety of creative desserts and other tasty treats designed especially for this celebration. These items are always a great addition to a celebration and most often the addition of enjoyable fares that are designed especially for this gathering will make everyone feel very special. The perfect cake for this party is a pineapple chiffon cake. This Hawaiian themed cake is very light and made with pineapple juice, eggs (dividing the whites and yolks), cooking oil and a few other ingredients. This cake which is topped with fluffy white icing will a great addition to any Hawaiian themed party.
Most people find a Hawaiian themed party to be very exciting and a pineapple chiffon cake with fluffy white icing will add a great deal to this event. The cake is very easy to make. First of all, preheat your oven to 325 and then in a large bowl combine all of the dry ingredients and mix. After mixing these up, add 6 egg yolks, 4 ounces of cooking oil and 6 ounces of pineapple juice. Using either an electric or hand mixer mix these items until very smooth. In another bowl, mix 6 egg whites, 1 teaspoon of vanilla and ˝ teaspoon of cream of tartar together. Then pour the first bowl slowly into the second bowl with the egg whites until well blended. At this time, pour the entire mixture into a cake pan of your choice and bake for 60 minutes (checking at 45 min.).
When the Hawaiian pineapple chiffon cake has cooled spread the fluffy white icing on the top and sides. Then decorate it further by adding fresh pineapples to make your Hawaiian theme cake complete.
Do you know who Kamehameha is? Do you know what the state motto of Hawaii is? Do you know what it means? Ua mau ke ea o ka '?ina i ka pono (The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness) is the motto of the State of Hawaii.
If you plan a Hawaiian theme party, brush up on your history, facts, and Hawaiian party trivia, for a fun party game! These fun items along with cute supplies are always a great addition to a celebration and fun posters that include designs and greetings that are perfect for the celebration will liven up the event and make everyone feel very special. More often than not, these signs and posters will add a lot of fun to the celebrated get together. Known for pristine beaches, rich culture, foods, and musical language, Hawaii is situated in the North Pacific Ocean, 2,300 miles from the United States mainland, and was once known as the Sandwich Islands, and is considered paradise by many.
Hawaii became the 50th state in the United States on August 21, 1959, under a cloak of controversy that has clouded this beautiful state since 1843, when Lord George Paulet, of the British Royal Navy, entered Honolulu harbor, captured the Honolulu Fort, and claimed control of the town, forcing King Kamehameha III to abdicate the throne. Controversy and unrest continued throughout the reigns of King David Kalakaua and his sister, Lili' uokalani, when Hawaii was under the leadership of the United States, right up until a formal apology was issued to the state of Hawaii when Former President, Bill Clinton, signed an Apology Resolution on November 23, 1993, and the unrest continues, still.
Hawaiian history is rich and interesting, and the facts lend themselves to rousing Aloha Party trivia. From simple facts like what lei greetings mean, and symbolize, to planning a festive luau, with brightly dressed guests in island attire, and guests attempting the hula in grass skirts, where you can serve traditional Hawaiian fare or an eclectic mix of traditional and American foods, your Hawaiian paradise theme party is sure to be a success, and you are sure to inspire great rounds of Hawaiian paradise trivia games, and provide guests with a better understanding of Hawaiian paradise historical facts.
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