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Blake Keng, right, reads from Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's opinion on same-sex marriage during the wedding of Jillian Levine Smith, left, and Emily Smith, center, in Provincetown, Massachusetts.Blake Keng, right, reads from Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s opinion on same-sex marriage during the wedding of Jillian Levine Smith, left, and Emily Smith, center, in Provincetown, Massachusetts. (Lisa Rigby)

Emily Smith and Jillian Levine had already chosen a venue, booked a band and written the first draft of their wedding ceremony when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that gay couples nationwide have a right to marry.

Within minutes of the June 26 ruling, Levine texted her fiancée a rainbow emoji and a question about their ceremony.

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