October 26, 2018

Six Stunning Examples of Top Shelf Cannabis Instagram Feeds

While Twitter, Snapchat are shedding users and Facebook’s growth is stagnant, Instagram is one social platform that’s still steadily gaining. In June the platform hit one billion users and since cannabis legalization in Canada, there have even been murmurs that Facebook will drop its anti-cannabis policies that led to so many deleted profiles.

So, as it’s now an ideal time to get serious about crafting a beautiful and engaging cannabis Instagram feed, here are a few of our favorite cannabis and edibles feeds to inspire you, and it just so happens, that they’re all curated by women!


Sousweed, based in San Francisco, is curated by food and cannabis photographer Monica Lo; which means it’s packed with beautifully lit photos of cannabis-oil infused dishes, desserts and appetizers. We love this feed as it delivers a different view of the cannabis industry and because of the careful and deliberate styling of every post!



Washington’s Good Ship Co describe themselves as ‘makers of damn fine edibles’. The company was founded by Jody Hall, recently named one of the ’50 Most Influential Women in Seattle’ and previously an owner of several cupcake bakeries and cafés. Good Ships’ Instagram feed features a food-first aesthetic with plenty of color, patterns and top-notch product photography.


Explore Latitude

Latitude’s feed is still in its early days but we love what they’re doing already. Their female-focused feed shares stories of women in the cannabis industry, from cultivators to activists, as an accompaniment to their digital and print publications.


Fragrant Possibilities

Snapping shots of flower may be the ‘latte art’ equivalent of cannabis feeds, but photographer, LadyBud, takes it to the next level. Her feed features stunning hi-def, macro shots that bring out the true beauty of this plant.


Van Der Pop

Ven Der Pop, founded by April Pride, is an Canadian woman-centric cannabis accessories company, but rather than focusing on products in their instagram feed, they lean to cannabis education, advocacy and community. The feed blends custom illustrations with canna quotes and posts that highlight women in the industry.


Pretty Lethal Designs

Yep, we’re including our own Instagram feed in this list! The Pretty Lethal Designs feed is curated by founder and creative director Samantha Everett, and features original illustrations, cannabis branding tips and product images from our portfolio.


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