FAQ

What is a lei po'o?

A lei po'o (sometimes referred to as a haku or haku lei) is a lei worn on your head. What is a lei, you ask? A lei in Hawai'i is a garland made up of flowers and can be strung, braided or wrapped together.

 

How Long is the workshop?

From beginning to end, the workshop is two hours long. 

 

What do I bring?

We provide all of the materials you need, so just bring yourself and invite a friend! Oh, and maybe bring a camera/phone because you're going to want to document this, I promise you!

 

What skill level do I need to attend?

No skill needed whatsoever. We welcome all levels of lei makers! For expert lei makers: you will enjoy being able to show up to the event and have all of your materials right at hand. For others, if you’ve never made a lei before, don’t worry, we’ll walk you through the process. 

 

OK, I’m in. Now, how do I host a Lei Po'o party?

Great choice. For hosting your own private party, please check out our “Host a Private Party” page and fill out the form to give us more info on your event. From there, we will give you a quote and answer any questions you may have.

 

Unfortunately, right now we are no longer hosting public workshops.

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