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By Luke Sumpter

Wedding Crasher boasts a long list of attractive traits, but few of them impress growers as much as her colas. Towards the end of the flowering stage, the branches of this mighty, energising cultivar weigh heavy with tall, wide, and dense flowers. These buds feature an impressive THC content, a thick coating of resin, and gorgeous shades of green, purple, and orange. Have we whetted your appetite? Good! But before you sow Wedding Crasher seeds, it’ll help to get to know this variety. Below, you’ll learn everything you need to know about this powerhouse strain, including her genetic background, her flavours and effects, and how to grow her for a bountiful yield. Dive right in.


Genetic Background of Wedding Crasher: Wedding Cake and Purple Punch Combined

As one of the most popular varieties in the RQS catalogue, Wedding Crasher earned popularity with her euphoric high and moreish, sweet flavours. But these traits didn’t come about by accident. Breeders carefully selected and crossed two parent varieties to combine their characteristics into a stable progeny. If you enjoy growing, harvesting, and blazing these flowers, you have Wedding Cake and Purple Punch to thank for that. Let’s learn a little bit about these parent varieties.

You’ve likely heard of the Wedding Cake strain. This indica-dominant cultivar produces dense, frosty nuggets with purple hues. It descends from Triangle Kush and Animal Mints and possesses an impressive THC content of 24%. High levels of the terpene limonene and around 1% CBG also contribute to the phytochemical cocktail within these flowers. Together, they provide flavours of earth, pepper, and fruit, and a stoning, physical high.

After procuring these genetics, our breeders had to find the ideal partner. They quickly settled on Purple Punch to fulfil this role. This indica-dominant hybrid shares similar traits to Wedding Crasher weed strain, including a stoning high and pleasant, fruity taste. A THC content of 18% and high levels of the terpene beta-caryophyllene make for soothing and relaxing effects.

After crossing these two varieties and achieving a stable hybrid, our team named the progeny Wedding Crasher. This potent offspring features a well-balanced genetic profile consisting of 55% sativa and 45% indica influences. She boasts thin leaflets, typical of pure sativa strains and a bushy growth pattern observed in indica landraces.

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Flavours, Aromas, and Effects of Wedding Crasher Weed

What can you expect when you hit a bong, blunt or joint packed with Wedding Crasher flowers? Well, let’s take a look at one of the most immediate elements of the experience first: flavour. This cannabis variety offers a truly unique bouquet. Much like many other strains, these flowers are packed with fruity terpenes that light up the taste buds. But Wedding Crasher also packs something most other varieties lack—sweet flavours of vanilla. Her complex terpene profile effortlessly generates this sought-after blend. You’ll experience it best through a vaporizer, though you’ll still detect it when smoking. Wedding Crasher strain is also popular among cannabis chefs and extract makers looking to craft some of the best-tasting products around.

Notes of fruit and vanilla also come to the fore when it comes to Wedding Crasher’s aroma. Step into your grow room or garden during the flowering stage and you'll understand what we’re talking about! These aromas and flavours are made possible by the strain's terpene content. She produces a wealth of these aromatic hydrocarbons in her trichomes, but two are present in much higher quantities.

Limonene stands out as one of the most dominant terpenes in Wedding Crasher weed. As you can probably guess by the name of this phytochemical, it’s a major component in citrus fruit peel. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that limonene adds flavours of fruit, citrus, and orange to these buds. But the terpene offers more than mere taste; it plays a direct role in Wedding Crasher’s effects. In a similar way to THC, limonene binds to the CB1 receptors of the endocannabinoid system (ECS). Researchers aren’t exactly sure of the significance of this interaction yet, but many users report that limonene adds an uplifting and energising effect to the cannabis high.

Alongside limonene, Wedding Crasher flowers contain high concentrations of beta-caryophyllene. This phytochemical remains one of the most interesting constituents found in cannabis. It also features in black pepper, cloves, and lemon balm, and holds the status of a sesquiterpene and dietary cannabinoid simultaneously. It underpins the peppery and musky aromas and flavours of Wedding Crasher and also binds to the CB2 receptors of the endocannabinoid system to produce a relaxing and physically soothing effect.

Sure, terpenes play a big role in the effects of Wedding Crasher, but we can’t discuss her key constituents without bringing up THC! This indica-dominant powerhouse delivers a generous serving of this psychoactive cannabinoid. THC levels of 21% result in a fast-acting high that keeps the mind elevated and the body stoned for hours to come. You can use this strain at any time of the day. Fire her up before challenging cognitive tasks for a mental boost, or reserve these buds for chilled out evening sessions with your cannabis-loving friends.

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Growing Wedding Crasher

Wedding Crasher strain offers some seriously attractive qualities, but you need to know how to grow her to experience them. This variety thrives both indoors and outdoors, but there are some important factors you need to consider if you want to get the best results come harvest time.

Indoors, Wedding Crasher reaches medium heights of 150–180cm and displays a bushy growth pattern. To keep her at the lower end of this spectrum and tame her dense canopy, employ techniques such as toppingScrOG, and LST. With a good amount of light and proper nutrition, you can expect to fill your jars with 450–500g/m² after a flowering period of 9–10 weeks.

However, things aren’t always so straightforward indoors. You’ll need a proper nutritional strategy to avoid deficiencies and an integrated pest management plan to keep pests out of your grow tent. If you’re using synthetic inorganic fertilisers, simply follow the instructions on the product in question. If you prefer organic methods, you have plenty to choose from. Bokashi works particularly well indoors and will convert the majority of your food waste—even meat—into a nutrient-rich material. Ferment a bucket before you start growing and bury portions towards the bottom of your containers to provide a reservoir of food for your plants and soil microbes. When it comes to pests, install insect screens and sticky traps as prevention methods. Also, remember about hygiene; taking a tour around your friend's garden and then stepping into your grow tent can serve as a vector for pests.

Wedding Crasher also performs great outdoors. However, because of her lengthy flowering time, she needs a warm and relatively dry climate with a long growing season. If you live in a particularly rainy region, consider growing her in a polytunnel or greenhouse to avoid rain during the tail end of the flowering stage. All in all, you can expect plants to peak at a height of 200cm and produce a rewarding 550–600g per plant, ready for harvest in late October.

Strategies to boost plant health and productivity outdoors include sowing living mulches to retain moisture in the soil, using companion plants to divert pest species, and deploying beneficial insects, such as ladybugs, which devour aphids.

Wedding Crasher
Wedding Cake x Purple Punch
450 - 500 gr/m2
150 - 180 cm
9 - 10 weeks
THC: 21%
Sativa 55% Indica 45%
550 - 600 gr/plant
160 - 200 cm
Late October
Laughter, Physically Relaxing

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Wedding Crasher Weed: Potent Buds and Big Yields

There you have it. Now you’re ready to grab some Wedding Crasher seeds and grow potent and productive plants. This variety stems from two powerhouse parent strains, and it shows! Brace your body and mind for high levels of THC and tasty terpenes that create a high that melts the body while supercharging the mind. Train this plant when growing indoors to produce a uniform and healthy canopy. If you’re a fan of outdoor cultivation and live in an area with a long growing season, surround your plants with living mulch and companion plants to keep them safe and hydrated. Get ready for waves of euphoria and flavours of vanilla after harvesting, drying, and curing your buds.

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