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  • Cannabis-infused weddings coming to the Central Coast

    Now that marijuana is legal in California, wedding vendors on the Central Coast are planning for brides and grooms who want to add some green to their something old, new, borrowed and blue.

Now that marijuana is legal in California, wedding vendors on the Central Coast are planning for brides and grooms who want to add some green to their something old, new, borrowed and blue. Monica Vaughan The Tribune
Now that marijuana is legal in California, wedding vendors on the Central Coast are planning for brides and grooms who want to add some green to their something old, new, borrowed and blue. Monica Vaughan The Tribune

Are ‘budtenders’ and cannabis cocktails the next Central Coast wedding trend?

June 28, 2017 5:31 PM