Have and have … toke? A California couple who run a marijuana blog together celebrate their marriage by smoking tailor-made BONGS for him
- Coral and Mio have a blog, YouTube channel and social media accounts called Coral Reefer
- The cannabis-loving couple tied the knot in October and posed for photos while ripping on the water pipes of Mr. and Mrs. that they had made for the occasion
- The couple lives in California, where marijuana is legal
- They smoked together in an RV for the ceremony and again for woody outdoor photos
Some women get a stone when they get married, but a Californian woman and her husband got stoned.
Marijuana lovers Coral and Mio may not have made the decision on April 20, but they have still found a way to incorporate their love for the plant into their big day.
Minutes before coming to Santa Cruz in October & # 39; I do & # 39; said, the couple smoked together from & # 39; Mr. and Mrs. waterpipes they had made for that occasion.
Dope wedding! A California couple smoked his and her bongs at their wedding last month
Nuptial nugs: Coral and Mio have a blog, YouTube channel and social media accounts called Coral Reefer
Then, the joint bank accounts! They had the special glass bongs, which said & # 39; Mr. & # 39; and & # 39; Mrs. & # 39 ;, made for their special day
Coral – who manages the blog and YouTube channel Coral Reefer with her new husband, as well as associated social media accounts – went to Instagram last month to share a photo of them on their wedding day.
She is wearing a traditional white dress with a full skirt and matching veil, while he is in a gray suit and a floral boutonniere.
But unlike most wedding portraits, the bride and groom hold his and her glass bongs and hit them while the photographer takes the photo.
& # 39; Forever and always have and token & # 39 ;, Coral wrote.
Marijuana is legal in California, and the newlyweds had the water pipes made by Marc Hochdörffer.
Smoking dress! Minutes before coming to Santa Cruz in October & # 39; I do & # 39; said the couple smoked together
Blunt vows: their wedding seems to have been traditionally different, with the bride wearing a beautiful white dress
Snap, snap, pass: photographer Rachel Artime, 24, admitted that the photos were unique
& # 39; I am so grateful that we celebrated our day exactly as we wanted, including the RV where we had only 10 minutes to smoke after the ceremony before we also invited our guests on board & # 39 ;, the bride wrote.
& # 39; Mio was my best friend in kindergarten, my partner during the last few years of my blog and now my husband is forever! Here is a lifelong tokes together! & # 39;
Photographer Rachel Artime, 24, admitted that the photos were unique.
& # 39; I'm really happy with the photo & # 39; s. I love the smoke. That's why they look weird and romantic in a weird way, & she said Metro.co.uk.
Come baby sets me on fire! Marijuana is legal in California, and the newlyweds had the water pipes made by Marc Hochdörffer
Coral wrote: & # 39; Forever and ever have and toke & # 39;
Flying high: the lovebirds, who distributed marijuana as party items, went on a honeymoon in Costa Rica
& # 39; I've never had to photograph anything like that. This is the most unconventional and non-traditional thing that happens at a wedding [where I have been] & # 39 ;, she went on.
& # 39; Every wedding I have done is the most normal thing ever, so this is quite an experience of photographing people who literally smoke a blunt skirt at their wedding. It was as if I had not seen anything before. & # 39;
The lovebirds, who gave marijuana as party items, went on a honeymoon in Costa Rica, where last year the Supreme Court of the country decriminalized small amounts of obsession and cultivation.
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