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Hosting Your Same-Sex Wedding in Tulsa

When planning a gay wedding in Tulsa, you will have access to a wide variety of beautiful and scenic wedding venues. Tulsa is considered one of the most livable large cities in the United States. The city is also home to two world-renowned art museums, one of the largest concentrations of art décor architecture, and full-time opera and ballet companies.

No trip to Tulsa is complete without visiting the Tulsa Air and Space Museum. Other spots to explore include the Philbrook Museum of Art and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.

The History of Same-Sex Marriages in Tulsa

Same-sex marriage had been banned in Oklahoma since 1975 when the state legislature passed a statute restricting marriage to different-sex couples. It was not until a ruling on October 6th, 2014 that same-sex couples began marrying in Oklahoma. This ruling was in large part the result of activists and proponents of same-sex marriage, including the Freedom Oklahoma group that was founded in April of 2014 to promote better public education about marriage equality.

Approximately 4.2 out of every 1,000 households in Oklahoma included a same-sex couple. This is according to 2010 US Census and data analyzed by the Williams Institute. There were 6,134 same-sex households, of which, 4,799 were unmarried. If an average of 50 percent of these unmarried households were to get married, the state of Oklahoma could expect an additional 2,400 weddings as the result of same-sex marriages. With an average cost of $10,000, this would mean an additional $24 million in business for the wedding industry in the state.

Obtaining a Marriage License in Tulsa

Marriage licenses in Tulsa are obtained from the Tulsa County Clerk’s Office. There is a $50 fee for the marriage license. You and your partner must bring your photo IDs and any other necessary documents. Other documents that may be required include a divorce decree – for those that have previously been married. There is no waiting period for a marriage license, as long as both parties are over the age of 18.

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.