Aug 1, 2011

Hawaiian Tropical Wedding

While planning your wedding, have you ever thought about a tropical theme for your reception? For example, how about a Hawaiian theme? This would be very exotic. Hawaii is a melting pot of cultures from around the world. The food from many countries have an influence on the Hawaii menu. For example China, the Philippines, even Korea and Puerto Rico as well as many more. You might as well visit the Website of Hawaii Realty International where listings of home property are truly hard to resist. Would it be great to buy a home for your bride in Hawaii Island? Check it out today.Of course Hawaii is famous for their Luau. You always hear about the roast pig with the apple in its mouth. There are also many popular seafood dishes on the menu too. That tasty Bake Mahi Mahi is a Polynesian favorite and how about white fish fillet with a mild sweet and sour sauce? That could be truly one of a kind menu for weddings right? The banana, coconut or guava cakes can be found at almost any luau that you attend in a Hawaiian theme wedding.

From the Chinese inspired menu, Char Siu is a rich red spare rib that is very popular at most Polynesian luau along with Chicken Adobo from the Philippines. There are many different types of foods that you could use in your Hawaiian tropical wedding reception. Far too many that to mention here. So, if you're looking for something different and exotic place, choose Hawaii Island where customs and culture is always pleasantly surprised.

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