First Gay Wedding in Minnesota Will Make You Cry

First Legal Gay Wedding in Minnesota

Last night, after the legalization of gay marriage came into effect 67 couples flocked to Minneapolis, Minnesota City Hall to get married and over 1,000 people showed to celebrate with them. At 12:01 AM Cathy ten Broeke and Margaret Miles were the first same-sex couple to marry with their 6-year-old son Louie close-by, and the brides along with Louie said “we do”. We couldn’t be happier for all of the couples in Minnesota, which became the 12th state to legalize gay marriage after the state legislature ruling in May.

More, more more!

> New same-sex wedding photo albums!

> Check out Gay Weddings from The Knot digital magazine

> First ever same-sex wedding survey

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