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Wedding industry businesses are more than excited regarding the legalization of same-sex weddings in Indiana. Previous June, First Congregational United Church of Christ was able to arrange a same sex marriage ceremony when Judge Richard Young declared Indiana’s ban on same sex wedding was unconstitutional.
Head minister Jim Rapp told that it was a day in which both justice and love were celebrated on the same day. But that short opportunity shut down following an appeal procedure that started a few days later. Now that it is reopened, the businesses are expecting to cash in.
Stacey Able, a well known wedding photographer, has not ever shot a gay or lesbian wedding ceremony. However, she has worked with gay couples before in Indiana for several shoots. She stated that she is almost booked for the next season. But she is expecting that the alteration in the new law would bring along a few new people who might look to sneak in their wedding ceremony later this winter.
Stacey understands that it is possible that not all photographers might be ready to work with same sex couples, but this is not how she seals with her businesses. Talking about her same sex clients,. She told that they are just another client, it is just another marriage, a couple in love. To her, marriage is marriage, so it is just another client in love that she is happy to photograph.