First Ever Gay Marriage After The Law Passed In Australia

You must be knowing about the gay marriages being legalized in so many countries now. Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France are some of the countries that have legalized the same-sex marriage after 9th dec 2017. After the historic vote saw the Australians say yes to gay marriages. A 30 day wait period was placed on couples after they were done with the registration process. The First wedding was expected to take place on January 9th. However, some couples sought exemption due to some of there circumstances.

You must be knowing about the gay marriages being legalized in so many countries now. Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France are some of the countries that have legalized the same-sex marriage after 9th dec 2017. After the historic vote, the Australian agreed to say ‘I do’ to gay marriage. A 30 day wait period was placed on couples after they were done with the registration process. The first wedding was expected to take place on January 9th. However, some couples sought exemption due to some of their circumstances.

Introduction Of Same-Sex Marriage

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Introduction of same-sex marriage laws has varied by jurisdiction, being variously accomplished through the legislative change to marriage laws, a court ruling based on constitutional guarantees of equality, or by direct popular vote.

The First Marriage After The Law Passed In Australia

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Lauren Price, 31, and Amy Laker, 29 are the first gay couple to marry in Australia. Wearing traditional white gowns. the couple said ‘i do’ in Macarthur Park in Camden, south-west of Sydney.

When The Ceremony Started

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Holding the bright yellow sunflower matching bouquets, Amy walked down the aisle with their dogs to complete the rituals.

Previous Plans

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They were originally planning for a commitment ceremony at the British consulate in the country since Lauren hale from Wales in the UK. However, after the law passed they managed to skip that 30 days wait period as Lauren’s family members had already travelled to Sydney.