Hawaiian Luau Party
�Luau� is the Hawaiian word for feast. Traditional Luau usually indicates a gathering where friends and families meet for a day of fun, frolic and food. Today, a
Hawaiian Luau can be used to celebrate any special occasion ranging from weddings, birthdays, holidays, etc.
Historically, Luau had a spiritual significance. The feast (called the aha'aina) was thought to be a meal shared with the gods, only attended by men. However, this spiritual connection was broken when king Kamehameha II started sharing food with women.
A Hawaiian Luau is a feast meant to be a day filled with a lot of full of fun, activities and food. One can enjoy favorite Hawaiian dishes like Poi, Kalua pig, Lomi salmon, chicken long rice and Haupia. The Mai Tais is a traditional Hawaiian brew and is one of the most popular Luau drinks.
Most people celebrate this Hawaiian Luau by decorating their party venues with tropical plants, serving traditional dishes and dressing themselves up with exotic Hawaiian attires. Some play ancient Hawaiian games like �rolling stone� while others shake to the sound of Hawaiian music.
Hawaiian Luau and Luau parties have now become very popular in America today. It is widely used as a theme for many special occasions like birthday parties, weddings, or holidays. People love it because it tends to provide a lot of fun for kids and adults alike.