Discover Hawaiian wedding invitations in beautiful island themes. Track RSVPs, message guests, add a registry and schedule of events, and more. Find printed versions at Paper Source.
Say Aloha to your next chapter with a Hawaiian-themed wedding, whether you plan to jet-set to the exotic locale or host a Hawaiian-themed wedding within the comfort of your own zip code. Snag some of our luau party ideas to infuse your nuptials with serene island vibes regardless of your venue location. From beachfront ceremonies to mountain-top receptions, there are boundless destination wedding ideas to choose from.
Seashells, palm trees, and tropical flowers—all of Paperless Post’s Hawaiian-theme wedding invitation templates have a refreshing range of feels, from laid-back to luxuriously elegant. You and your partner can pick a template as-is or put a personalized spin on it with customizable design features.
Want to change the font from classic cursive to modern and streamlined? Easy fix. Craving specific font colors to match your venue or centerpieces? That can be changed with a simple click. Prefer to have an extra text box or remove one altogether? No problem. Our online design tools let you and your partner customize your Hawaiian wedding invitations to reflect your dream nuptials.
The weather in Hawaii is appealing year-round, but the off-season—May, June, September, and October—are the best options. The winter months, especially during holidays, have an influx of travelers which means higher prices for accommodations. The middle of summer has fewer vacationers, but the high temperatures and hot sun are generally less comfortable for an outdoor wedding.
If you’re having a destination wedding in Hawaii, give guests, and yourself, plenty of time to prepare. It’s recommended to send destination wedding invitations four months in advance. Ti give guests plenty of time to make necessary arrangements. Save the dates for destination weddings are generally sent a year ahead of the big day.
However, just because your wedding is Hawaiian-themed doesn’t mean you have to get married on the island itself—a Hawaiian-themed wedding can take place anytime, anywhere. If you're hosting in your hometown with zero travel required, send your wedding invitations eight weeks in advance.
When using Paperless Post for your wedding invitations, you’ll get access to event management tools—Guest Tags, RSVP tracking, and guest reminders to prompt invitees to respond are just the start. You can also add guest questions (a great option to find out dietary restrictions) as well as customize your invitation’s URL to make it extra special. If guests need to be made aware of any changes, you can send them a message individually or to everyone at the same time.
There are so many ways to decorate a Hawaiian-themed wedding, but what will have the biggest impact are the colors you choose—typically, bold and bright is the way to go. Style some brown grass accents to mimic traditional Hawaiian skirts while filling bouquets with orchids, plumeria, lilies, and hibiscus to continue the tropical theme. Add a mix of paper lanterns and string lights to recreate the night sky, if indoors, or to create a warm and welcoming ambiance outside.
Greet guests with colorful leis as they enter the ceremony and give them custom cocktail options featuring pineapple juice, fresh-cut fruit, and mini umbrellas. Large palm leaves make an excellent base for centerpieces and also look great on their own as table runners—mist the leaf tips with gold spray paint to give them a more glamorous feel.
When it comes to wedding favors, spoil guests with a coconut-scented candle, flip-flops for dancing, or personalize a pair of sunglasses with their name.