The second annual Cannabis Wedding Expo brought together more than seventy 420-friendly businesses. The organizers of the event say they are seeing cannabis and non-cannabis companies just beginning to explore the wedding industry. They also say that with each year, companies are getting more creative with their own products, and tweaking their offerings just for weddings.
1Buds and Blossoms
Bec Koop, COO of the Cannabis Wedding expo, poses with the bridal cannabis bouquet she designed as owner and founder of Buds and Blossoms.
2His and Hers Bubblers
His and hers bubblers from DBK Glass Creations.
3DBK Glass Creations
An artist from DBK Glass Creations demonstrates how to blow glass, live at the Falls Event Center.
Kushkards show off their 420-friendly stationary with wedding invites, congratulations cards, table seating number cards, and save-the-dates. All cards have an ‘insert pre-rolled here’ for senders to add the cannabis (bought separately) to the card.
Smoke-able art from My Bud Vase, placed on tables gives guests a pretty and discreet smoking vessel made of antique vases.
6Jane West Glass Collection
The new Jane West glass collection of cobalt-blue smoking vessels (left) and a cannabis boutonniere by Buds and Blossoms (right).
7Top Shelf Budtending
Top Shelf Budtending specializes in providing an elegant, safe, and responsible cannabis experience at weed weddings.
My 420 Tours offers bachelor/bachelorette parties for the bride and groom who like to consume.
Colorado edibles company, Love’s Oven, shows off their selection of infused sweets (food pictured is not infused).