Wedding Cake, also called Pink Cookies or Birthday Cake, is known for being as potent as it is delicious! After using this strain, it takes only a short while before the effects hit you heavily. This indica dominant hybrid was created from crossing Cherry Pie with Girl Scout Cookies. Wedding Cake is loved by recreational and medical users alike, given its ablity to relax the mind and body. Containing up to 25% THC, this strain packs a punch and will last for quite awhile: make sure you don’t have any important plans before indulging in Wedding Cake!
The high of this strain starts out with a cerebral rush and burst of mental energy. Wedding Cake causes a shift in thinking and perception of the outside world, with users reporting that they become more sensitive to and aware of what is around them. Alongside the euphoria it brings about, this strain motivates the user to take action, such as begin a new creative endeavor or cross off some tasks from their to-do list. Although the high is intense, you’re still able to maintain a sense of focus and accomplish whatever you need to get done! As your Wedding Cake experience winds down, you’ll begin to notice its indica derived effects. With an increased sense of warmth and calmness, you’ll begin to feel your body decompress. Even with its sedative nature, you’ll still be able to feel a cerebral buzz throughout the high this strain provides.
Appearance and Flavor
Despite its name, Wedding Cake has a rich and tangy flavor profile. On the inhale, you’ll be able to perceive notes of sour diesel and skunk, with some reporting slight hints of sweet berries. The smoke of this strain is thick, but smooth like buttercream frosting. As you exhale, your palate will be graced with a rich sweetness, as well as a subtle spiciness. Overall, this flavor is certainly unique and not what you’d expect from it’s title. Each bud is dark green and filled with resin, as well as amber toned pistils. Depending on how it was grown, sometimes you can find purple tones throughout the plant and buds themselves.