Weed weddings make way for weed divorce parties this 4/20

weed divorce parties: image of 'just divorced' cake with cannabis flowers

Las Vegas is known as a vacation locale where people explore their vices—that’s how it got the nickname Sin City. Late-night gambling, clubbing into the wee hours of the morning, and even drive-through quickie weddings have long been fodder for a weekend in Vegas.

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In the last few years, cannabis has been swirled into that mix of Vegas specialties after voters legalized it in 2016. This newly legitimized Vegas vice has only grown in the last year as social lounges and cannabis-friendly hotels started opening. This 420, Las Vegas Cannabis Weddings is spinning the usual Vegas vacation on its head with Puff, Puff, Part Ways.

Las Vegas Cannabis Weddings creates stoned wedding experiences for couples, planning nuptials in grow rooms and dispensaries like epic cannabis campus Planet 13. This 420, the brand is hitting CTRL+Z and allowing those parting ways to do so in 420 style, too, with a divorce party package.

“We’re really excited to show divorcees a truly one-of-a-kind Sin City experience,” Maxine Fensom, founder of Las Vegas Cannabis Weddings, said in a press release. “This liberating adventure combines the thrill of the dispensary, the comfort of a consumption lounge, and the allure of a strip club because sometimes the end of one chapter blazes the trail for something quite extraordinary.”

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The divorce party experience is a two-and-a-half hour of high vibes, including a guided dispensary visit where guests can find their perfect products. This visit is followed by a visit to a lounge to smoke, enjoy edibles, and celebrate. Guests are then swept to the strip club for a celebratory toast and dance.

Divorcees have probably been having after divorce paper signging parties in Vegas for decades. Now, fresh divorcess can sit back and enjoy the beginning of their new lives with a weed-themed experience, minimal planning, and the strip club. New unions or love lost, Las Vegas Cannabis Weddings has everyone covered.

Cara Wietstock is senior content producer of GreenState.com and has been working in the cannabis space since 2011. She has covered the cannabis business beat for Ganjapreneur and The Spokesman Review. You can find her living in Bellingham, Washington with her husband, son, and a small zoo of pets.