A haku lei is a head lei usually reserved for those special occasions such as luaus (parties), graduations, weddings, and ceremonies. The word “haku” refers to a technique of lei-making where the flowers and/or greenery is sewn/braided with the “face-out.” Banana or ti-leaves are usually the background material filled with a beautiful array of colorful flowers and local foliage. Our haku headpieces are sewn using a variety of the freshest flowers and the finest craftsmanship and we use whatever flowers are fresh that morning. We do not promise a specific colors or flowers.
Tip: If you’d like a specific color or special flowers, see “custom haku.”
Care: Wrap a lightly damp paper towel around haku and place in plastic bag. Refrigerate.