Last week, we showed you photos of gay and lesbian couples in Washington getting their marriage licenses for the first time since same-sex marriage was legalized. Here, we're pleased to bring you photos of joyous Washingtonians tying the knot!
Couples married across the state on Sunday, the first day they could wed after the state's three-day waiting period had elapsed (all couples -- gay and straight -- must wait three days after getting their marriage license before marrying).
Below, see a video of children presenting a pair of newlyweds with carnations on the steps of City Hall (press play!), shots of author and advocate Dan Savage and his husband, Terry Miller, as well as the day's proud supporters, volunteers and, of course, happy couples.
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