Weddings & celebrations

Exclusive Boca Raton Wedding Experiences

Having an extraordinary wedding with Big Kahuna Luau in Boca Raton is easy, economical, and more convenient for you and all your guests. We offer everything you want for your dream destination wedding, from a tropical outdoor venue to an unparalleled selection of drinks and dining options.

The Florida Paradise Wedding Package

Big Kahuna Luau offers a non-exclusive wedding package that features a personalized experience with a traditional Hawaiian wedding celebration. The Florida Paradise Wedding Package can be followed by fun activities, artfully-crafted drinks, delicious cuisine, and an award-winning show.

Exclusive Weddings & Luau Venue Buy-Out

Where the magic and romance of Hawaii meet in Florida. Say “I do” with an extraordinarily beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony, followed by the complete Big Kahuna Luau experience with the chef’s selection menu.

Unique Experiences

From intimate occasions to large parties, our team has the experience of hosting weddings events for couples who wish to have their wedding celebration Hawaii style in Florida or any place in the continental USA or Europe for a fraction of the cost.

Blowing of The Pu

The blowing of the conch shell horn (Pū ) is an ancient Hawaiian custom that calls attention to the significance of the special occasion. The Pū is used to call for a gathering, to bless, and to announce your marriage.

Oli Aloha

The Hawaiian wedding ceremony traditionally starts with a chant called the Oli Aloha. The chant is meant to elevate and prepare the space and people to receive blessings. The chant also is a welcome greeting for the couple and their guests.

Lei Exchange

Leis, or flower garlands, are a symbol of love, respect, and Aloha spirit. The couple exchanging leis is a symbol of their love. “As you exchange these leis, you will begin to weave your lei in life together with love.” Grooms usually wear a garland of green maile leaves. Brides usually wear several pink and white pikake strands entwined with orchids or rosebuds. The bride might also wear a haku lei (headpiece of flowers and a green leaf braided). The couple usually presents their leis to one another with a smile and kiss upon each other’s cheek.

Mahalo iā 'oe

The Mahalo iā ‘oe translates into thank you. Couples present their parents with a lei to show respect and appreciation, a loving way to show gratitude for their support, dedication, and care. A lei is a common symbol of love, friendship, celebration, honor, or greeting. In other words, it is a symbol of Aloha. Those whose parents are passed can honor them by remembering and placing the leis on a chair.

Celebrate at Big Kahuna Luau

From arrival to departure and everything in between, we make sure that your special day is perfect. Big Kahuna Luau’s mission is to entertain, connect, and inspire you and your guests by sharing the genuine spirit of hospitality as we deliver an elevated wedding experience.