For hundreds of years in Hawaii, grooms have worn a masculine lei to the ceremony. There are several types of leis that grooms typically wear to add beauty and tradition to the wedding. Give the groom the gift of a maile or ti leaf lei to let him be a part of this long Hawaiian tradition. These gift ideas may be woven from native greenery such as the maile or ti leaf, or they may use fresh flowers woven into the greenery to add color. Lei gifts for grooms can include ti leaves that use orchids of various colors and those that use tuberose woven in for a gentle white hue. A cigar flower lei is another masculine lei that grooms love to get as gifts and will wear with pride.

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