our wedding day is an unforgettable experience where you get to wear a stunning ensemble, declare your undying love for your significant other, dine on the finest food, and…get really stoned?
This new wedding trend has been taking receptions by storm, and there are a surprising number of benefits of replacing a traditional open bar with a weed bar…and it’s not just being able to spark up a joint with your 90-year-old grandmother.
Let’s be honest, the presence of pot at weddings is not a new concept.
But with the recent legalization in several U.S. states, the stigma of recreational marijuana has started to disappear.
It was only a matter of time before weed became a fixture in the wedding industry.
Weed bars are becoming popular in pot-friendly states such as California, Colorado, Alaska, Maine, Nevada, Oregon, and Massachusetts.
Just look how Instagrammable this pot bar sign is!
I have to admit, that Strawberry Fields sounds pretty amazing.
Who wouldn’t want a “euphoric head high” at a wedding? Especially if the toasts runway too long.
With the sweet little bottles and darling labels, this pot bar looks straight out of Pinterest.
Colorado is home to the Cannabis Wedding Expo, which allows couples to meet with marijuana vendors and hand-pick different selections for their bar.
Couples wanting to add some wacky tobaccy to their nuptials can choose from a variety of options.
Small, portable bars are all the rage, as are pot tents, which are a great option if your conservative in-laws are less than stoked about the idea.