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Donna and Danielle DiDonato.

Donna and Danielle DiDonato.

Lisa Fane and Maggie Lally in Park Slope: “We knew each other professionally, but we didn’t know each other well,” Lally said. “We started to think about each other, though. And one night I was thinking about Lisa and all of a sudden I saw her on TV, doing media reports. Less than two weeks later, she walked by where I was working and came in to say hi. I gave her a huge hug. I just thought it was meant to be. And we’ve been together since then, for 14 years.”

Lisa Fane and Maggie Lally in Park Slope: “We knew each other professionally, but we didn’t know each other well,” Lally said. “We started to think about each other, though. And one night I was thinking about Lisa and all of a sudden I saw her on TV, doing media reports. Less than two weeks later, she walked by where I was working and came in to say hi. I gave her a huge hug. I just thought it was meant to be. And we’ve been together since then, for 14 years.”

Tom, left, and Michael on their wedding day.

Tom, left, and Michael on their wedding day.

Broadway dou, Chris Boneau and Bob Bucci. #gay #LGBT #NYC

Broadway dou, Chris Boneau and Bob Bucci. #gay #LGBT #NYC

Jennifer Warner and Jackie Youngs in Downtown Brooklyn: “In 2004, we bought rings and went to Central Park.” Warner said. “We were standing there, committed to each other. We always considered ourselves married. When we got legally married, we said it was for practical reasons. But it was so much more than that. We were surrounded by friends and family. We felt recognized, finally — even though we’d considered ourselves married for years.” #gay #LGBT #NYC

Jennifer Warner and Jackie Youngs in Downtown Brooklyn: “In 2004, we bought rings and went to Central Park.” Warner said. “We were standing there, committed to each other. We always considered ourselves married. When we got legally married, we said it was for practical reasons. But it was so much more than that. We were surrounded by friends and family. We felt recognized, finally — even though we’d considered ourselves married for years.” #gay #LGBT #NYC

Ft. Greene couple, Christopher and Tim Long celebrate their wedding at Martha Stewart's home. #gay #LGBT #NYC

Ft. Greene couple, Christopher and Tim Long celebrate their wedding at Martha Stewart's home. #gay #LGBT #NYC

Brian Juergens and Andy Swist in Williamsburg: “We actually did it backwards — we had our reception two years ago,” Juergens said. “I proposed to Andy when it looked like the law would pass in New York, but then it didn’t happen. So we said screw it, and we had a wedding anyway, a big to-do with friends and family. This weekend was amazing as well though. “Now we have two anniversaries!” #gay #LGBT #NYC

Brian Juergens and Andy Swist in Williamsburg: “We actually did it backwards — we had our reception two years ago,” Juergens said. “I proposed to Andy when it looked like the law would pass in New York, but then it didn’t happen. So we said screw it, and we had a wedding anyway, a big to-do with friends and family. This weekend was amazing as well though. “Now we have two anniversaries!” #gay #LGBT #NYC

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