Bridal bouquets filled with cannabis are becoming a thing

Bridal bouquets filled with cannabis are becoming a thing

Our friends at The Growth Op have posted about the latest trend to hit the cannabis scene: Bridal bouquets made with cannabis buds. Florists like The Flower Daddy in Mesa, California are partnering with dispensaries to provide cannabis flowers to add in with your bouquet. And he says the cannabis he uses even has a practical application: After the wedding, brides (who would rather smoke their bouquet than keep it for the memories) can cure the stems themselves, and then smoke up, remembering their ceremony with a high from the very flowers that helped make it happen.

You have to be careful with that bouquet toss, however — those bachelorettes might be more interested in taking the bouquet for themselves rather than signing up for the next wedding. The one hitch here (besides all of the couples getting hitched, of course) is that adding cannabis of course makes the bouquet more pricey — The Flower Daddy says his bouquets start at a base of about $175, and adding a cannabis stem costs about $60 by itself, so having a few will add up.

It’s a small price to pay, however, to include cannabis in your nuptials, and in a form that grandma probably won’t notice anyway. We suppose that if you really want to make it cheaper, you could always try to grow your own.

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