Wedding Crasher Strain Information & Review

Sophia Delphi August 05, 2022 - 5 min read
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When two classic strains like Purple Punch and Wedding Cake love each other very, very much — they’re likely to produce a potent child-like Wedding Crasher. (A grandfather like Granddaddy Purple doesn’t hurt, either.)

This 50/50 hybrid, also known as Wedding Crashers, delivers an experience that should be perfect for celebrating a wedding: an energetic and happy high that will let you get up and dance rather than locking you to your chair the whole night.

You can also avoid the calories of the wedding cake, as Wedding Crasher’s sweet vanilla and berry flavor should be more than enough to satisfy your taste buds. The flower’s bountiful trichomes are loaded with THC, making the sociable high potent and long-lasting. Party on!

Effects and Side Effects

It doesn’t take long for Wedding Crasher to announce its presence. After a few tokes, users are hit with a powerful cerebral buzz that is euphoric and invigorating. The high is happy and uplifting, focused and creative, and it replaces negative thoughts with clear-headed motivation in a hurry.

This strain can be an exceptionably social one, making you feel outgoing and confident. Anyone who’s ever attended a wedding with lots of guests they don’t know can relate to how welcome that head high can be; it’s great for any gathering or activity. Some describe the feeling as somewhat spacey, though, so be careful to watch your tongue when engaging with others.

The body high is relaxing but not overly sedating, so it might encourage hitting the dance floor (to continue the wedding metaphor). However, the potency of Wedding Crasher might make inexperienced users more likely to simply sit at their table and enjoy the sight of other people dancing and partying.

Breaking away from the wedding is a good strain for tasks that require motivation, mental clarity, and creativity. As the high begins to wear off, though, users might prefer to finish those tasks from the comfort of their couch.

As a well-balanced strain, the risk of anxiety or other negative effects is minimal despite a high THC content. The dry mouth and eyes that can accompany smoking any type of weed are the most common issues — along with the munchies.

Positive Effects:

  • Energy: 5/5
  • Creative: 4/5
  • Pain: 3/5
  • Stress: 4/5
  • Sleep: 2/5
  • Mood: 5/5

Negative Effects:

  • Paranoid: 1/5
  • Dry Mouth: 4/5
  • Dry Eyes: 4/5
  • Lethargy: 2/5
  • Cough: 3/5

Bottom Line: Wedding Crasher is a happy strain, with a euphoric and stress-relieving head high and a relaxing body stone that doesn’t overly affect the ability to enjoy fun activities.

Medical Conditions

This isn’t a strain that’s a favorite of patients, but some do say that Wedding Crasher’s effects can be beneficial. The strong, cerebral head high that wipes away stress might help those dealing with stress, anxiety, and depression, particularly since the strain isn’t known for worsening anxiety. It might also be useful for patients suffering from fatigue issues.

Wedding Crasher isn’t normally used by those dealing with chronic pain, migraines, or other conditions for which patients prefer indica-leaning medical marijuana, but it might help some forget about their pain for at least a little while. The full-body relaxation could also be a bonus for those with muscle cramps, aches, or pains.

Flavor and Aroma

Some people say the first thing they notice when smelling a supply of Wedding Crasher is vanilla cake; the aroma passed down from its Wedding Cake parent. Others say they immediately detect the berry and grape scents that Purple Punch is known for. Both aromas are front-and-center, though, along with a little skunky diesel as well.

Wedding Crasher’s flavor is even better. It’s sweet and fruity, with berries and grapes mixing with vanilla, nuts, and a bit of diesel. It’s a treat for those who love dessert strains.

Flavor and Aroma Ratings:

  • Earthy: 2/5
  • Citrus: 3/5
  • Fruity: 5/5
  • Spice: 2/5
  • Wood: 2/5

Cannabinoids and Terpenes

We’ve mentioned that Wedding Crasher is a powerful strain. Its average THC content is 21%, although the flower you purchase at a dispensary may be a little higher or a little lower in potency. CBD content is minimal, as are the levels of most other major cannabinoids; there can be as much as 1% CBG in this strain, however.

Caryophyllene, limonene, phellandrene, ocimene, and humulene are the terpenes primarily responsible for the delicious flavor of Wedding Crasher. Myrcene, pinene, and linalool are represented as well.


Symbiotic Genetics is well-known for its sweet, tasty strains, so it’s no surprise that they’re the cultivators behind Wedding Crasher. They crossed the beloved strains Purple Punch and Wedding Cake to produce a new and equally yummy product. With even more famous strains like GSC and GDP in Wedding Crasher’s lineage, its potency is equally no surprise.

Similar Strains

As is often the case, parent strains Purple Punch and Wedding Cake are two great substitutes if you can’t find Wedding Crashers at your local dispensary. They have similar THC levels (Wedding Cake is more potent) and delicious flavors.

Other good alternatives include Cherry Limeade, Space Bomb, Blood Orange, Citral Glue, and Mystery Cookies.

Wedding Crasher Strain Review: FAQ

Q: Is Wedding Crasher a true 50-50 strain?
A: It depends on the clones (or seeds) that the grower has chosen. Some versions of Wedding Crasher may contain as much as a 70% sativa heritage, while most are much closer to being evenly balanced. Either way, the cerebral sativa effects will be much more noticeable, and the typical indica body stone won’t be as powerful.

Q: Is Wedding Crasher a good daytime strain?
A: It really depends on your tolerance. The energy, focus, and creativity it provides could be welcomed by those looking to get things done during the day. But users who are less experienced with high-THC strains, or those who simply find themselves laid out on the couch no matter what they’re smoking, would be better off leaving Wedding Crasher for evening or weekend enjoyment.