The famous Mason Jar Event Group is now also interested in the cannabis culture. The head of Mason Jar, Kendal Norris, hosted the recent Cannabis Pairing Dinner at a beautiful farm. Here, the guests could combine their love for marijuana and their love for nature as the farm provided the view that could easily match any fairy tale.
The evening was held in a quiet and relaxing atmosphere where people could socialize, taste their favorite weed, and eat delicious dishes made by a notable chef. The imagery of the dinner still lingers in our memory—how skillfully the dinner was organized and how pleased the participants were.
If you are inspired by the idea of a cannabis-infused soirée in your backyard, we can give you a few tips that will make the evening even better.
The perfect choice would be inviting a band. However, we all understand that your backyard is not the place where a band would like to perform. You can just use some relaxing music that you have on your computer. The music will set the mood and provide a few topics to discuss.
If you are meeting with your friends and want to make the experience easy and comfortable for everybody, make the table fun and informal. Using mismatched glasses or plates with some funny décor will make things less fussy and more enjoyable. Do not worry about the absence of tablecloth—just use some plate mats. Make sure that there is plenty of room on the table to set all the dishes so that you do not leave something behind in your house. Besides, crowded tables hamper everybody.
Well, this is a dinner. And what kind of dinner has bland food? Only the worst dinners do. Make sure that the food is delicious and “pretty.” Make the table colorful using the variety of summer colors in your dishes. A salad is a dish that provides you with many opportunities to add bright green colors. Add purple beet or yellow tomatoes, and you will see how the salad becomes not only tasty but gorgeous as well.
Mind that not all your friends have the digestion of an ostrich. Ask them personally if they eat meat, dairy products, or have some other do-nots. If you want to cook a cannabis-infused meal, warn everybody about the little spice you have added.
Drinks are one of the most important parts of the evening with friends. You can choose to serve alcohol or simple tea, but you had better provide your guests with some variety. Tastes differ, and people drink different kinds of beverages.
A great idea would be to make at least one cannabis-infused drink. Make it something non-alcoholic so that everybody can try it. Add a small dose of weed to a pre-dinner cocktail and provide the relaxation for the whole evening. If you are looking for some delicious recipes for marijuana-infused drinks, we have a large collection of them.
A dessert is the best ending of the evening. Make sure that the sweets you make are delicious. If baking is not your best skill, you can simply buy a cake or cookies at a store. Everybody is a little bit of a sweet tooth, even if we do not want to admit it. So, a fine dessert will set a cheery mood.
Be careful with cannabis-infused food at your party—do not add marijuana to everything. Choose only one dish or drink.
Remember that this is an evening with your friends who would like to have some fun. Besides, everybody will be somewhat euphoric because of the weed, and some people may be giggling a lot. If you and your friends like to play games, make sure you have some board games. What can be better than playing something fun with your friends after a fine meal?
While you may want to be a good host and make sure that your friends have enough weed, some states' laws forbid providing cannabis for events. Everybody should bring their own marijuana. Of course, you can share or smoke together. If you want to impress the guests, get out some cool 420 accessories. We are sure that you have something unusual in your collection.
Now, when you know the main components of a perfect cannabis-themed evening, nothing holds you back from hosting one yourself. Who knows, maybe your soirée will be even better than the one held by the Mason Jar Event Group. Good luck!