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Open Ended Silk “Classic” Maile Lei

Original price $ 19.99 - Original price $ 24.99
Original price
$ 19.99
$ 19.99 - $ 24.99
Current price $ 19.99
The Maile lei is known to many as the “lei of royalty,” given to signify respect and honor. The maile is very popular at weddings, graduations and especially proms. The maile is the most traditional wedding lei, as it was used by the Kahuna (Hawaiian priest) in old Hawaii to bind the hands of the bride and groom, symbolizing their commitment to each other.
Single-tone green
60" 
This is Silk and NOT REAL!

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Color: Single Maile

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