Well, this is really cool and something obviously very special, so we thought it was important to post it – Survey from TheKnot.com and The Advocate Highlights the Impact of Same-Sex Weddings.
This is a press release from PR Newswire that covers the trends in Same-Sex weddings, clearly an important social topic in general and interesting to read. We’ve only provided the basic introduction to the release because it’s actually quite a long press piece.
NEW YORK, June 28, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Today, TheKnot.com, the number-one online wedding planning destination, and The Advocate, the world’s leading gay news source, announced the results of their first Same-Sex Wedding Survey. The first-of-its-kind study gives insight into how same-sex couples are integrating existing traditions into their wedding ceremonies as well as reformulating and creating new traditions to fit their nuptials. Plus it offers insight into how these couples’ planning habits compare with those of their straight counterparts.
“At The Knot, we eat, sleep, dream and breathe weddings. We could not be more excited that 12 states and Washington DC (and counting!) are finally allowing same-sex couples the right to marry, declare their love for one another and plan those weddings,” said Rebecca Dolgin, The Knot’s editor in chief. “That’s why we’re delighted to partner with The Advocate to gain insight into this group’s wedding planning. It’s a historic time for our country as more and more states pass this legislation, and we’re excited to be at the forefront by being the first to provide this level of detail and information on how same-sex couples plan and how their weddings compare with those of straight couples.”
To read the entire release please follow this link here.