Weddings·Posted on Aug 3, 2017Couples Are Having Open Marijuana Bars At Their Weddings And People Are Into ItHigh on love.by Krista TorresBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Serving weed at weddings is a thing now and I'm getting high just thinking about it. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Comedy Central Earlier this week, Bloomberg tweeted an article talking about how weed weddings are becoming very popular. Bloomberg @business From bud bouquets to cannabis open bars, legal weed is now a part of weddings https://t.co/wZ5VPEXKJ9 Tue Aug 01 16:29:13 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite The photographer of the wedding shown above, Forever Incredible, shot this cannabis-friendly shoot in Denver, which is one of the eight states where marijuana is legal in the U.S.Companies are offering everything from marijuana bouquets and edibles to entire open bars that serve cannabis. Brands like To Whom It May offer specialty cannabis truffles, chocolates, and bonbons for weddings and special events. People on Twitter were quick to react. Twitter: @ruff_bluffs / Forever Incredible / Via foreverincredible.com Some took note of how the ceremony could change. Twitter: @polly / Forever Incredible / Via foreverincredible.com And others imagined a high AF couple saying their nuptials. Twitter: @exUKexHK / Forever Incredible / Via foreverincredible.com The jokes just kept rolling in. Twitter: @acct_ / Forever Incredible / Via foreverincredible.com But – on a more serious and interesting note – Bloomberg says many people are actually saving money by choosing to have weed instead of alcohol at their open bar. bloomberg.com So, we might be seeing a lot more grooms dressing like this: dtlvfans / Via instagram.com And a lot more wedding pictures looking like this: brandyaurora / Via instagram.com You might even get sent home with a personalized, prerolled joint as a party favor. loveandmarij / Via instagram.com Because weed weddings are here to stay, people. manchestersbestkeptsecret / Via instagram.com Weed is currently legal in Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and Washington, DC.