Tiki parties were popular back in the 50's and 60's and just like everything else that was old but new again, having a Tiki party is definitely on the rise again.
Perfect for your backyard summer get together but you can throw a Tiki party, big or small, whenever you like!
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The Tiki party revolves around a Hawaiian Luau or "South Seas" style of food and decor, although Tiki tumblers filled with fruity cocktail drinks are probably the most memorable part.
Be sure to have plenty of pineapples and pineapple infused food around, including a pineapple upside down cake for dessert!
We can help you gather the gang with a cute custom and personalized Tiki party invitation.
I found a great article to help you plan your South Seas shindig.
You can read it at: How to Throw a Tiki Party
Trader Vic's founder, Victor Jules Bergeron, Jr., claimed to invent the original Mai Tai. His bar/restaurants became famous for their Polynesian food and flair. There are some Trader Vic's still open today but if you aren't lucky enough to live near one, you can grab this book to help you plan your Tiki party. The book, Trader Vic's Tiki Party!: Cocktails and Food to Share with Friends, contains recipes for both cocktails and food.
You can learn more about Trader Vic's at their site: Trader Vic's
A retro Tiki party theme can be used for many different occasions including birthdays, anniversaries, and even weddings, and wedding showers.
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