On June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court declared same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states. This year marks the fourth anniversary of the historic ruling during Pride Month and peak wedding season.
To celebrate, formal wear rental site The Black Tux decided to look at which cities were the best hosts for LGBTQ+ couples to tie the knot.
To create the ranking, The Black Tux looked at the number of inclusive wedding vendors in a city, the number of same-sex households, hate crimes in the area and other factors like average wedding cost and precipitation expected.
Here are the top 15 cities for an LGBTQ+ wedding, according to The Black Tux's study.New York City, New York Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Washington, D.C. Providence, Rhode Island Hartford, Connecticut Atlanta, Georgia Boston, Massachusetts Denver, Colorado Baltimore, Maryland Austin, Texas Los Angeles, California San Francisco, California Las Vegas, Nevada San Diego, California Portland, Oregon
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