Two-Tone White Leis
Bright colors, not too scratchy on the neck. Everyone loved them!
June 6, 2011
Just what I wanted
As i was saying with the Lual I was having I use beachballs sm. buckets and lei's. The lei's are multi purpose. I used them for table decoration. I also use them for greeting people (Aloha) I wrote all the names of my guest in Hawaiian and stapled them to the lei's. I then asked for the guest to tear off there names and put them in a basket and drew them out for prizes. It was a fun gathering ALOHA!......
March 1, 2010
The product was shipped very fast. I was really happy with them. I would definitely recommend these to anyone.
January 7, 2015
Used for a pool party for 3 year olds, they liked them just fine!
April 19, 2011
Great Very Pleased
boys an girls just love them i give them away for prizes
January 13, 2011
Great and Awesome Price!
Going to put these in Pianta's for Christmas, the kids will love them!
November 8, 2010
Great leis for the price. They are only plastic, so they may not look as nice as the more expensive fabric ones but they still looked fantastic for our luau. They took quit a beating from the kids and only a few came apart. The girls made up a little dance routine and had them on, as well as wrapped about their wrists and ankles (each had their own color) and they stayed together.
October 19, 2010
We were able to pass out over 300 leis to our neighbors and neighbors from other blocks. We were told that we had the best block celebration in that area and we felt great! Bushwick-Brooklyn.  = :
August 25, 2010
I ordered 3 dozen of these two-tone white plastic leis for a Luau we are having over the 4th of July. I am super pleased w/ these. They are full, colorful and well made! I highly recommend these! The colors are not as bright as they look on the website, they are more "jewel tones" than bright tones but still excellent!! Red, Green, Purple, Blue, Orange and Yellow colors. Pictured below is purple and orange.
June 22, 2010
I bought three dozen for a Hawaiian themed Teacher's Luncheon. Of the three dozen, only one single lei was falling apart and unusable. They were a big hit and a lot of fuN!
May 6, 2010