Rainbows all the way down: a marriage equality celebration

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Regular readers of Offbeat Bride know that we feature same-sex couples every week (like Washington residents Chad and Matthew pictured at left)… but this week is a little extra special here in the U.S. since Maine, Maryland, and Washington have all just passed initiatives furthering marriage equality (and Minnesota voted down a constitutional marriage equality ban).

To celebrate these victories, we're traveling down memory lane to share some of our favorite same-sex weddings that we've featured over the past six years in our gay, lesbian, and LGBT archives.

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Mallette Ferricci LeahAndMarkcom DSC7526 low alternative wedding ideas from Offbeat Wed (formerly Offbeat Bride) Ronnie and Brent's red velvet armadillo cake stole the show. Photo by Leah and Mark

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Andujar Andujar Roman Francisco MadeOnFilm231 low alternative wedding ideas from Offbeat Wed (formerly Offbeat Bride)

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SF Zoo Wedding: Carousel Kiss

Even more confetti!

EPIC PHOTO OF EPICNESS

WANT EVEN MORE LOVE!? You can check out how Offbeat Brides and grooms reacted to New York's Marriage Equality Act in 2011, or just spend some time basking in the joy of our gay, lesbian, and LGBT archives. YAY!


photography: BG Productions
photography: Leah and Mark
photography: Lilia Photography

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Comments on Rainbows all the way down: a marriage equality celebration

  1. The dress in Meghann & Shasta’s photo looks like Belle from Beauty and the Beast!! 😀

  2. But all these pictures make me happy. You can just see happiness exuding from all these couples! So glad 4 more states have been added to the marriage equality list, and can’t wait until we see all 50

  3. Thank you for celebrating this on OBB. We’re certainly celebrating this small step here in Minnesota!

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