Marriage Equality

Hand Crafted Ceremonies for All Love Stories

Same sex wedding. Photo by Erica Peter Doyle.
Photo by Erica Peter Doyle.

On June 14, 2011, the New York State gov­ern­ment stated that bill # 12066−04−1 shall be known as the Marriage Equality Act. It states:

  • Marriage is a fun­da­men­tal human right.
  • Same-sex cou­ples should have the same access as oth­ers to the pro­tec­tions, respon­si­bil­i­ties, rights, oblig­a­tions, and ben­e­fits of civil mar­riage.
  • Stable fam­ily rela­tion­ships help build a stronger soci­ety.
  • For the wel­fare of the com­mu­nity and in fair­ness to all New Yorkers, this act for­mally rec­og­nizes oth­er­wise-valid mar­riages with­out regard to whether the par­ties are of the same or dif­fer­ent sex.
  • It is the intent of the leg­is­la­ture that mar­riages of same-sex and dif­fer­ent-sex cou­ples be treated equally in all respects under the law.

All I can say is, YEAH!

Marriage equality & same sex weddingsWe live in amaz­ing times, and I am so thrilled to finally be able to pro­vide every­one with an amaz­ing, per­sonal wed­ding cer­e­mony. From a small gath­er­ing in Central Park to a fancy cel­e­bra­tion at one of New York’s fab­u­lous sites, I am here to pro­vide you with the per­fect cer­e­mony for you.