It may be fall but this is a great time to start thinking about your spring wedding. Of course in spring Can Can Buzz likes to think about all things green – including cannabis.
When you think about a wedding you may think about an evening filled with libations and dancing. Many people do associate alcohol with celebrations however we are seeing more and more Canadians openly expressing their preference for cannabis over alcohol. Who doesn’t love staying out late celebrating? We sure do, but how amazing is it to also be able to wake up refreshed. This is the type of lifestyle that can be embraced with mindful, cannabis consumption.
Incorporating cannabis is an important event planning consideration as more and more Canadians begin to embrace a legalized cannabis lifestyle.
This is exactly what Philip Wolf, the organizer behind the Toronto Cannabis Wedding Expo is hoping to accomplish.
Its very important to have the option to have cannabis at celebratory events. Cannabis is for me, a plant medicine that I use socially. I truly believe we have to incorporate health and lifestyle together versus thinking about our health only when we are sick. When consuming, it can allow me to open up into more intriguing conversations. It can bring more depth to a conversation. Which I enjoy.Philip Wolf
You will find over 30 vendors this Sunday at the Toronto Cannabis Wedding Expo located at the Berkeley Church event space, 315 Queen St. E. Rolling greens is one of the events sponsors. The CanCanBuzz team will be there, come find us and take a selfie! Get your tickets here!
You don’t need to be planning a wedding to attend this event, it will be interesting for anyone thinking about hosting a canna-friendly soiree! Think door prizes, vendors, giveaways, photo booths and more!
This is the 11th show for Cannabis Wedding Expo but the first in Canada! Philip is working towards a Vancouver Expo in the spring.
Together, we can be a wonderful example for people around the world on how to elegantly and responsibly integrate legalized cannabis into weddings and other celebrations.