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First-Ever Marijuana Chapel Opens for Wedding Ceremonies

Marijuana Wedding Chapel Vegas

The Cannabis Chapel opened on April 20th in Las Vegas on the corner of Las Vegas Blvd and Charleston Blvd.  The traditional wedding march songs are replaced with Bob Marley songs as the bride walks down the aisle.

The first couple married in the chapel were residents of Phoenix, Arizona. The couple is said to have wanted to make an impact regarding the importance of decriminalizing marijuana nationwide, according to 13 Action News. The officiating minister for their ceremony is ordained by the Higher Power Cannabis Church.

The Groom told 13 Action News that, “My fiancé has great problems with her sciatica, and it’s something that alleviates the pain without having to go on major pain medication.” He went on to say, “It’s going to make us better as a couple.”

No marijuana is consumed during the ceremonies performed. The cost of a ceremony at The Cannabis Chapel is about $100.

(Photo: darkroom.baltimoresun.com)