Luau party, help please

+5
Answered
How can I make luau centerpieces that are inexpensive to make please?
  8 answers
  • Barb Witherspoon Barb Witherspoon on Aug 23, 2015
    A friend had a luau-themed baby shower. She made a centerpiece for a punch bowl out of a grapevine wreath, inserted colorful flowers into the wreath. It looked great,

  • Got1367141 Got1367141 on Aug 23, 2015
    Single Pineapple on each table. Your guest can take it home afterwards. Win win situation. Nothing for you to store later.

  • Sue Purdy Sue Purdy on Aug 23, 2015
    You could make Palm trees out of pineapples. Check out my blog post: Luau Birthday Party | a purdy little house http://apurdylittlehouse.com/2015/07/03/luau-birthday-party/

  • Make folded paper flowers out of ikea napkins and scatter on tables. You can find instructions on you tube.

  • Jennifer Lynn Hoyt-Perry Jennifer Lynn Hoyt-Perry on Aug 23, 2015
    Found these on Pinterest a while back. Most of the stuff you can find at the dollar tree - making them super affordable.

  • Linda Wimpee Linda Wimpee on Aug 23, 2015
    Go to Dollar Tree!!!! They have every thing you need.

  • Pamela Pianfetti Pamela Pianfetti on Aug 24, 2015
    I used inexpensive Hawaiian theme material and made 3' squares for table toppers. I used no-sew glue strips to finish the edges. They are re-usable.

  • Debbi Debbi on Aug 27, 2015
    Cut a long watermelon into a scalloped edged bowl. Scoop out melon and fill with fruit salad. Next spray paint two pineapples gold and stud them in the crisscrosses of the pineapple with plastic multicolored jewels using pearl-headed straight pins. Elevate the pineapples at either end of the watermelon bowl using footed bowls or cake plates and surround with votive candles.