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Here's the rundown of same-sex marriage laws in the three new states:  Delaware, Rhode Island and Minnesota:  More

Delaware Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

After discovering that the sky didn't fall in one year of civil unions, the state of Delaware went full in for marriage equality.  The law goes into effect on July 1 and existing civil unions will convert to marriage.  Love this marriage equality momentum!  More

Civil Unions are Legal in Colorado

Rhode Island Legalizes Gay Marriage

As you know, our company was founded in New England and we still have a Boston office.  We are proud that now, all 7 New England states support marriage equality!  Welcome, Rhode Island - we can't wait to start planning some amazing Newport gay and lesbian weddings. Newport is one of the most beautiful and charming cities in the U.S. and has some absolutely beautiful wedding venues, such as Bel Mer.  Bring on the Newport gay weddings!  We can't wait.  Congratulations to the LGBT couples of Rhode Island.  More

SCOTUS and Same-Sex Marriage

Many of you are probably on the edge of your seat this week as the U.S. Supreme Court hears two marriage equality cases, one affecting Proposition 8 in California which banned marriage equality there, and the other affecting the horrific DOMA law signed by President Clinton in 1996.    More

Weddings Unveiled Magazine Rejects Ad With Two Brides

If you're in the wedding industry, you may have caught the story floating around Facebook and Twitter about Anne Almasy, the wedding photographer from Atlanta who bought an ad in Weddings Unveiled magazine, only to have that ad rejected because it showed a photo of two brides. Not one bride. Not a bride and a groom. But two brides, marrying each other.   More

Edie and Thea: A Very Long Engagement

Like many LGBT folks, I've been following the two marriage equality-related court cases which have made their way to the U.S. Supreme Court and which will be heard this spring.    More

Marriage Equality Victories Equal More Gay Weddings!

Civil Unions Legalized in Rhode Island