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Businesses throughout the state of Oklahoma are now getting ready for a new type of wedding. With the legalization of same sex wedding only yesterday, flower shops and bakeries are getting ready for an onslaught of gay lesbian weddings.
Even though the Mayflower Congregational Church is ready to conduct same sex marriage ceremonies, not all of the marriage industry is greeting the marriages with open arms. Leo’s Cakery on the 29th in the South Oklahoma City is gearing up for business now that there is a brand new marriage industry in town.
The cake shop owner Leo Guevara told that actually today he just took his very first order, a couple of hours ago. He added that it would be his very first same sex marriage cake to bake. They asked him first if he could make one of those cakes and he said, yes of course they could make anything.
Actually, Leo’s was on a list of few chapels and bakeries and chapels they called across the Metro. According to reports, one bakery told a leading local news channel they did not agree with the same sex wedding and they would not accommodate any of these celebrations.
Oklahoma ACLU’s executive director Ryan Kiesel told: “You’re a bakery, you’re a photographer, you’re providing a service to the public, those individuals do not enjoy the same level of protection as churches do,”
“Churches and religious institutions that are performing traditionally religious services have been given protections under the law to discriminate.”
There is at least one guest at every wedding ceremony whose behavior actually threatens to ruin the whole day. But when the ‘guest’ appears to be the tail end of a Caribbean storm, asking them to leave the place might prove very tough.
Newly married couple Richard Owen, 34, and Katy Lomas, 28, had to deal with the last pant of Hurricane Bertha as the couple walked down the aisle earlier on Saturday. The rain drowned out the pair’s voices as they exchanged wedding vows, and erupt by the roof, flooding the properly prepared place as guests clambered to stay dry.
When the marriage party shifted to a £6000 tepee outside, the lovely pair found it standing in a foot of floodwater. But instead of droop in the rain, the pair as well as their friends as well as their family members came in to save the day for them from soggy disaster. With the help of Wentworth Castle staff in Barnsley, the whole marriage ceremony and reception was shifted back inside the wedding venue.
Even the wedding cake as well as the whole bar was shifted from one room, through the downpouring rain, back into the castle. Rearranging for over an hour, Katy’s dad went up for the 1st pint of beer at the newly-made bar that was met with a huge cheer from the invitees.
The drenched pair, from Sheffield, finished the night dancing bare foot in the midst of rain, encircled by their loved ones. The couple is now on their honeymoon. Richard, who is a primary school teacher, told that their wedding did not go according to the plan, but they made the best of it.
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