What's not to love about this fabulous Flash Mob proposal in San Francisco?
Company president, Kathryn Hamm, sat down with Hatzel Vela of ABC7 News in Washington DC after the November 2012 marriage equality victory in Maryland to learn more about same-sex wedding trends in Maryland.
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What's not to love about this great piece by the talented duo / husband & wife team of Megan Mullally (Karen from Will & Grace) and Nick Offerman (Ron Parks & Recreation)?
In the hilarious ad, the couple, who have been married since 2003, complain that “Any random man and woman can casually show up at a 24 hour wedding chapel in Vegas, exchange ‘I do’s’ and boom – they’re married.”
Watch the video:
As her partner popped the question, the bride-to-be didn't seem too 'shaken,' but any viewer watching this will certainly feel 'stirred.'
On March 17, 2012, Canadian couple Alicia and Christina got engaged on center ice of a Maple Leafs - Ottawa Senators game.
Have you ever noticed that, any time a state legalizes same-sex marriage, numerous articles are published, featuring testimonials that there will be a huge gold rush and money falling from the skies as same-sex couples rush to the altar, Chuppah or City Hall to tie the knot or jump the broom?
In fact, I think I just heard a distinct rumbling coming from our Pacific Northwest...
In some ways, it seems like a really small thing. It was just a kiss. A G-rated kiss. The kind of kiss that most folks wouldn’t pay much attention to if they walked past the embrace on a city block.
But this was no ordinary kiss.
New York, NY (July 19, 2011) - Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn and City Clerk Michael McSweeney today announced that due to high demand for marriage services on Sunday, July 24, 2011 – the first day New York State’s recently passed marriage equality law takes effect – the City will conduct a public lottery for any couple wishing to marry on July 24th. The lottery will guarantee access to one of the City Clerk’s five offices for 764 couples – opposite sex or same sex – on July 24th.