Weed weddings are the latest trend in California, thanks to the legalization of recreational marijuana.
From a pot sommelier to cannabis buds in the bouquets, Zak Walton and Dani Geen’s ceremony was not Carmel’s typical nuptials.
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.