"Because a lot of people attending your wedding may not be exposed to cannabis on any other occasion, this is an opportunity to change their minds, and that could result in them changing their vote if cannabis legalization is on the ballot in their home state."
Gibbs is planning a cannabis-inclusive wedding later this year. She said, "This may be the first time most of your guests will be exposed to open cannabis consumption in a normalized setting. So that means that you have a responsibility to do it right. Doing it right doesn't mean you have to spend a lot of money, but it is important to educate people on how to consume responsibly."
How can you host a cannabis wedding responsibly, and in ways that are within your comfort level? Here are some ideas and tips I encountered at the Expo. The suggestions range from discreet and subtle to proudly extravagant, because as Gibbs pointed out, "You don't have to smoke a bowl with your vows to have a cannabis wedding."