It’s often called the “best day of your life” - your wedding day. But for those identifying as LGBTQ, the opportunity to even have that day wasn’t reality in New York state until 2011. This month marks the 10th anniversary since marriage equality passed in Albany. Opposition was strong and the fight raged on across the country until 2015, when the Supreme Court ruled bans on same-sex marriage unconstitutional. Some raced to the altar, securing rights they had long-been denied as same-sex couples. But in this last year, the wedding industry faced new challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic. We introduce you to two couples who have to wait just a little bit longer to say “I do.”