Model bride-to-be’s walked around in cannabis themed accessories – including, of course, a pot bouquet.
The event brought together cannabusinesses and new-to cannabis companies. From transport and venues, to jewelry and food – it was a one-stop-shop for attendees to find 420-friendly businesses that are catering to cannabis-friendly weddings.
When it comes to infused meals, dosing is really important, says Deloise Vaden, co-owner of Better Baked and chef at Cougars Cooking in Stilettos. “It’s important so you can have a party where people aren’t sleepy or tired at the end of the party, we dose it according to the amount of people and dishes chosen.”
“Infused scalloped potatoes or dressings for salads are great for weddings, advises Deloise.
Wondering how to get edibles at your cannabis wedding? Every state has different cannabis laws, but in Denver, conventional advice dictates finding a great caterer to cook for your private event – and they will have the bride and groom provide the THC.
For the couple who prefers to consume cannabis, there’s new and innovative packages for the bachelor/bachelorette parties through the same people bringing you World Cannabis Week this year – My 420 Tours.
Aspen Canyon Ranch also came out to tell couples about their 450 acres of cannabis-friendly private mountain property.
Want a ride to the aisle in style? For transportation, you can use the same luxury car service as Tommy Chong, with High End Transportation.