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Hosting Your Same-Sex Wedding in Omaha

Omaha – the gateway to the west, is a large metropolitan area and the largest city in Nebraska. If you are planning a gay wedding in Omaha, take advantage of all of the wonderful attractions and potential wedding venues.

As you choose locations for your wedding photos, make sure that you find a few spots for your wedding guests to check out. Out-of-state guests will enjoy having a few ideas to keep themselves entertained – including the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, the Durham Museum, and the Joslyn Art Museum. There is definitely more to explore than museums – including the Heartland of America Park. The park is full of fountains, boat rides, and other great attractions.

The History of Same-Sex Marriages in Omaha

Same-sex marriages were not allowed in the state of Nebraska until the US Supreme Court ruling in favor of the freedom to marry on June 26th, 2015. Previously, on March 2, 2015, US District Judge Joseph F. Bataillon ruled in favor of marriage equality, striking down the ban that had been in place.

Nebraska had 2,356 same-sex couples as of the US Census from 2010 – according to statistics compiled by the Williams Institute. Almost half of these couples (1,094) resided in Douglas County – where Omaha is located. The Williams Institute predicts that about half of these couples will wed during the next several years. This would result in about 500 additional marriages in Omaha, which not have been allowed if same-sex marriage was still banned. By permitting same-sex marriages, Douglas County wedding businesses could expect as much as $5 million in additional revenue.

Obtaining a Marriage License in Omaha

Marriage licenses in Omaha are obtained from the Douglas County Clerk. The fee is $25, which is payable via cash or credit card. The application must be filled out and turned in, along with proof identity and age. This proof could include your photo ID, passport, or birth certificate. Copies of birth certificates must be certified copies. The marriage license is good for one year and there is no waiting period.

About Pridezillas:

Pridezillas wedding vendors all celebrate pride, love and equality. We only promote LGBT-friendly wedding vendors who support marriage equality. When you contact one of these businesses, you can be assured that they will be excited to help you orchestrate one of the most memorable days of your life.

Mention Pridezillas when contacting the vendors below for potential and occasional discounts or offers for your wedding.