Hawaiian White Hibiscus Greeting Cards

This white hibiscus (Hibiscus waimeae) is native to Hawaii and is one of the rare species of fragrant hibiscus. In the Hawaiian language, this rare hibiscus is known as “Kokiʻo kea,” which means “white as snow.”

“Mahalo nui loa” – Thank you so much!

Hawaiian Happy Anniversary White Hibiscus Card card
Hawaiian Happy Anniversary White Hibiscus Card by catherinesherman on Zazzle.

“Ho’omaika’i ‘Ana Ma Kou Ho’omana’o” is “Congratulations on your Anniversary” in the Hawaiian language.

Hawaiian Wedding Best Wishes White Hibiscus Card card
Hawaiian Wedding Best Wishes White Hibiscus Card by catherinesherman on Zazzle.
“E pili mau nā pōmaika’i me ‘oe” is “Best Wishes” in the Hawaiian language and is perfect for a wedding or other important event. 

“Mahalo nui loa na ho’olaule’a me la kaua” is Hawaiian for “Thank you so much for celebrating with us.”

“Ho’omaika’i ana” means congratulations in the Hawaiian language and is perfect for a wedding or other important event.

“Ko Aloha Makamae E Ipo”  means “Sweetheart you are so precious.”
Perfect for a valentine!
“Hau`oli la Hanau” means Happy Birthday in Hawaiian.
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