Weddings and Cannabis: A Match Made In Stoner Heaven

Weddings and Cannabis: A Match Made In Stoner Heaven

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp

If you’re looking to tie the knot in a style that makes a bold statement to your loved ones, why not try a cannabis-themed wedding?  Just think, you could walk down the aisle with a bouquet of cannabis buds and cut the THC-infused cake after sealing the deal with your future stoner husband or wife at the altar.  If you’re keen on cannabis and making a splash for the wedding of your dreams, then keep reading to get inspired to plan your own cannabis-themed wedding!


Incorporating Your Stoner Lifestyle Into Your Wedding


The U.S. wedding industry is valued at roughly $72 billion dollars by itself.  The cannabis industry is approaching $10 billion.  When you put them both together, you get a sense of how big a niche this really is.


It shouldn’t really come as a surprise that weddings are becoming more prominent in the cannabis industry though since women drive 70% to 80% of all consumer purchasing.  Women also account for 38% of the cannabis market which double what it was last year and projected to tie male participation within the next 3 years.  As the industry is becoming more inclusive towards both genders and sexual orientations, more couples are becoming open to the idea of pairing their cannabis lifestyle with their wedding plans.


Planning Your Own Cannabis-Themed Wedding


No matter the theme of your wedding, you have to put a ton of thought and consideration into the specific accoutrement that adorns your tables and cascades from the rafters.  In a cannabis-themed wedding however, you need to use your creativity to incorporate cannabis subtly into your venue and outfits in a way that doesn’t leave guests that don’t partake in the reefer at all uncomfortable.


When planning your cannabis-themed wedding, make sure that your invitations clearly specify your intentions and how your venue and festivities will be configured so that everyone from stoners to straight edge guests can live in harmony.  Give your guests the option of being sat a 420 friendly table or not so that you can configure your seating arrangements accordingly.


Make sure to enlist the efforts of a budtender to treat your guests to pre-rolled joints at a dab bar where they can take hits of potent, concentrated cannabis oil via a vaporizer.  Make sure that your budtender provides the right strains to guests during the right time though because you don’t want a room full of sleepy guests because all your budtender brought to the party were indicas.


What Kind of Gift Should You Get the Bride and Groom?


If you’re attending a cannabis themed wedding, you might want to give the bride and groom something succulent and special as a proper thanks for a super good time.  Here are a few great cannabis items that are sure to be right up their alley:


  • Personalized jar of joints
  • Individual packages of delicious edibles
  • Weed lollipops
  • Boxes of customized matches
  • Individual packages of cannabis


This is just the beginning though! Whatever gift you choose to give your newly married cannabis couple, make sure to be creative and get an idea about what they like most about marijuana.  As long as your weed gift is in good taste (including the packaging and wrappings because children may very well be present), it’s quite certain that the newlywed couple will love it.

Featured Posts

New Posts

What to Read Next

Stay informed on progressive Cannabis updates.

Become a part of our thriving community and get the latest news on the Cannabis industry.

Be the first to know about everything in the Cannabis community.

We’ll keep you informed on the latest products, recipes, studies and more.

Don’t worry – you can unsubscribe at any time.

LA: Weekly Deals


Get a $1 Preroll When You Shop At The Growcery

Discover the best high-end flower, edibles, and extracts at The Growcery.

Available in-store for High There readers.

Lic # 123456789

You need to be 21 or older to access the content on this website

Are you 21 or over?

You need to be 21 or older to access the content on this website

Are you 21 or over?