In US states where marijuana is legal, some couples are decking out their weddings with open bars filled with marijuana.
Getting hitched might look and feel a little different if a blossoming industry manages to break into the happily-ever-after business: We’re talking weed at weddings.
We now have “the first ever church to offer wedding services in a ‘cannabis-friendly’ environment.’”
Hundreds of couples lined up for the Cannabis Wedding Expo in Littleton for its second year Sunday.
A wedding is an occasion of many firsts: the first look, the first kiss, the first dance.
Bec Koop, a 30-year-old florist living in Denver, Colorado, has been smoking weed for years.
Thanks to the steady increase of states with legal recreational cannabis, some newly-married couples have opted to incorporate a little green into their wedding day festivities.
WEST LINN, Ore. — The legalization of pot in Oregon has couples considering weed bars at their weddings.
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