Phillip Wolf developed the Cannabis Wedding Expo after noticing that there was little or no exposure for cannabis services. The expo was started in Colorado in the year 2015 after noticing that young entrepreneurs were interested in the hospitality and service side of marijuana, but they did not have a clue on the ways to market themselves.
The 12th edition of Cannabis Wedding Expo will Debut in Toronto Canada this Sunday. It will be showcasing hemp gowns, bouquets made of buds, and flower vases that also serve as bongs.
The Cannabis Wedding Expo caters to couples who are looking for an alternative way to incorporate marijuana in their wedding in a tasteful manner. There will be 50 wedding experts, exceptional cannabis sellers, and bud-tenders.
According to Wolf, weed can be incorporated in other events, and they aim to show people different ways to do it. He further says that he intends to show people that apart from alcohol, weed can also be used at social events.
Wolf said, recently, there is a shift where people are seeking different options when they are out having fun. If someone does not want to have a drink, he or she can opt to smoke weed.
Clayton Armstrong is a bud-tender and co-owner of Bud Buffets says he aims to end the negative stigma linked with marijuana. Citing one of his company slogans, Armstrong said that we are past the days when people smoked weed in hiding.
Bud buffet works with events planners to make sure that they offer their clients luxury smoking and vaping accessories at their special events. The planners also make sure to moderate weed intake to the last gram. However, the best thing for people is to bring your bud (BYOB), said Armstrong.
Jonathan Sora owns Higher Knowledge Company. The company conducts training sessions for wedding bud-tenders, teaching them how to pair a three-course meal with the three strains of marijuana. “Just like food is paired with wine,” said Sora. Sora said that the interest in his company has been soaring, and people have been very supportive.
It is a little over a year since Canada legalized marijuana; however, the means of distribution are still undefined.
Naz Neufeld, who is the co-founder of Thyme Studio, a floral design company, said that adding buds to bouquets could be termed as distribution when it’s just that, a bouquet.
According to Magnolia Pancorbo, her wedding guests are interested in the recreational nature of marijuana, so they are considering doing a weed wedding.
Wolf said that as laws regarding marijuana become more defined, people are going to incorporate weed into their events in different ways and the wedding expo is one way of showing them the possibilities of doing just that.
It would be interesting to get an honest opinion from longstanding marijuana companies like Youngevity International Inc. (NASDAQ: YGYI) and ChineseInvestors.com Inc. (OTCQB: CIIX) regarding whether they ever imagined that marijuana-themed weddings would be a reality at this point in time.
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