Post # 1
YES I smoke pot.
NOW before I get flood of people freaking out. I have a full time job as an accountant, Fiance and I own a house and have pets that all very well taken care of. I do not smoke around children and alway check with people before I do it to make sure no one has a problem with it. AND if they do I simply dont smoke it around them.
Now brides who do smoke pot, will you be smoking it on your wedding day?
Post # 3
As an adult, I don’t think it’s any different than having a cocktail on your wedding day.
Post # 4
No because it makes me giggly and in some instances paranoid. I like smoking with Fiance or people who I am totally at ease with 🙂
Post # 5
Im conficted about it… I dont drink any alchol and Fiance said he would be fine with it… If I did I would probably wait until late into the reception.
@housebee: I agree
@Artificial-Sweetener: I get giggly too haha I just worry people will be offended or something
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
I didn’t, cause I get not-so-social. I prefer to just veg out and watch a movie and not have to talk to hundreds of people! But if it’s a fun social activity for you to do, why not? As long as you’re discreet. There were definitely other people smoking (discreetly) at my wedding.
Post # 7
@lolot: haha well of course! I wouldn’t like light up at the head table or something. haha as awesome as that would be I think my grandmother may have words for me
Post # 8
@FutureMrsKenward: Ya I don’t think anyone would notice if I did, but meeh I think my day will be special enough on it’s own!
But after the wedding is a whole different story! LOL. I don’t think I’ll do it at my reception just because of the smell.
Post # 9
We didn’t, until after the reception was over and we were alone. I didn’t want to worry about pictures with red, bleary eyes, and being too stoned to hold a decent conversation.
Post # 10
@FutureMrsKenward: I don’t smoke but I would think waiting until later on in the reception would be best. When my best friend smokes she gets really red eyes and pretty anti-social so if you are anything like that they I would hold off until later in the night.
Post # 11
I don’t smoke any more (and haven’t for many years) because of DH’s job, but I probably wouldn’t have smoked on the day either way. Weed is more appropriate for a smaller, more intimate gathering, I feel. It is also controversial in some circles, and I could do with skipping that in front of my extended family. In addition, my wedding was child friendly, and I would prefer for children not to be exposed to secondary smoke of any nature.
This isn’t a criticism of pot smoking… I just think that your wedding day is a bit of an etiquette faux pas for that sort of thing. Unless, of course, you plan on smoking before you get ready to walk down the aisle (in private, with your BMs). In that case, I say “smoke away”!
Post # 12
I would so love to burn it down but I doubt it will happen, lol! I quit smoking some time ago, I’m a mom now and breast feeding too….will still be by the wedding if our son still wants boobie. We aren’t going on our honeymoon right away either…most likely for our first anniversary. We will be going to Jamaica so I know he def will dabble,not sure about me though. Anyways, smoke that $#!+
Post # 13
I smoke too, and I’ll definitely be smoking on my wedding day! One of the things I love about our awesome bridal suite is that it’s the only room in the whole hotel with a balcony. Personally I might wait till after our 1 pm ceremony though.
My Fiance has anxiety, and it’s one of the best things at helping him with it, so he’ll definitely smoking in addition to taking some prescribed meds.
And for the record, we’re both productive members of society too. 😛
Post # 14
I did. I took the necessary steps to ensure I didn’t reak.
Post # 15
Nah.. I was breastfeeding at my wedding (and I literally did breastfeed in my wedding dress, in the lounge, between the ceremony & recep.) haha.. that’s beside the point.
There were lots of potential people to “celebrate” with at my wedding, if I would have wanted to, but I didn’t.
Post # 16
I would be really concerned about the smell. It’s a pretty strong, distinctive odor, and I wouldn’t want guests side-eyeing me all night.