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The bride and the groom to smoke, personalized, wedding, bongs during the ceremony

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A bride and groom to celebrate their new union with a champagne toast, a personalised pair of glasses, but it in a bowl with the help of a custom-made, “the Lord,” and “Mrs.” a glass of water in pipes.

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The couple, with the establishment of medical cannabis in their pictures, it was well-received on social media.
(John F. Kennedy News, Rachel Artime Photos)

Integration of weed control into the October wedding was, of course, for the couple, who exchanged vows in Santa Cruz, California, where marijuana is legal, if the couple is in the running of a home, the Coral Reefer, and a variety of social media accounts devoted to the matter.

One of the Instagram accounts on the Coral Reefer runs, and she also posted a photo of the couple, the lighting of the respective pipes, with the caption, “to have and to toke for ever and ever.”

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“Reefer” is followed by more photographs of the day and that her dress is blowing smoke, as her husband’s, Mio, looks on in the background.

The couple, with the establishment of medical cannabis in their pictures, it was well-received on social media.

“This is so amazing!!!” written on it.

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“Toke on!” another shared.

“Dopest wedding pic ever,” another comments, with a three-fire-emoji.

The bride and groom to celebrate their new union with a champagne toast, a personalised pair of glasses, but it in a bowl with the help of a custom-made, “the Lord,” and “Mrs.” a glass of water in pipes.
(John F. Kennedy News, Rachel Artime Photos)

And they weren’t the only ones who enjoy the act, that is, the photographer of the wedding, and bong maker and have found the beauty in the scene.

“Every wedding I’ve done was the most normal thing ever, and that is the experience of taking photos of people and literally smoked a blunt on their wedding day,” pr, Rachel Artime, 24, said. “In Santa Cruz in a redwood forest, and in her white dress, and the contrast was just so beautiful with the white smoke. It’s not a traditional wedding photo is on all of them.”

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“I have had a lot of wine glasse [sic] for the wedding parties, and so this is a very good alternative,” and the author of the the wedding, bongs, Marc Hochdörffer, the caption of a picture of the couple.

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