I think for couples, too, it's good news. I've trained 200+ vendors in the year or so I've been leading these workshops and these vendors are super excited to work with LGBT couples. Their enthusiasm gives me a lot of hope that the wedding industry will stop being so "bride" focused in the years to come...
Anyway, already this year there's been marriage equality legislation introduced in Rhode Island and Maryland, and because of the political shifts that occurred in those states during the last election, there's a really great chance gay marriage will come to Rhode Island and Maryland. Also, it appears that civil unions will come to Illinois (the governor promises to sign that bill next week) and we may even see some marriage equality in New York before the year is out. Will 14 Stories plan your gay wedding in Newport? Heck yes, we'll be your Newport gay wedding planner. They have the most amazing ocean-side venues.
My wife Jen is from Maryland's Eastern Shore and I have clients who are actually moving there later this year. I can't wait to plan my first wedding in Maryland (Jen would LOVE that!) so 14 Stories will totally be your Maryland gay wedding planner!
We have big plans for 14 Stories this year (our SEVENTH year in business!), and if marriage equality does in fact come to New York, you can bet we'll be there to plan those gay weddings as well. It's my home state. We'd never miss that opportunity.
I know the best is yet to come for LGBT couples and you can count on us to be there every step of the way.
Where are you planning to get married?
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