TARRYTOWN, NY (WCBS 880) – At the Tarrytown House Estate, soon-to-be brides and grooms are skipping the long engagement and opting to get married in a few weeks when same-sex marriage becomes legal in New York.
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“One party was interested in as early as August,” the estate’s Anthony Amendola told WCBS 880 reporter Catherine Cioffi on Tuesday. “They’ve been waiting a long time, so… they had their wedding in mind for years and it’s now ready to be implemented.”
He says he has been getting tons of calls and e-mails from couples looking to book weddings.READ MORE: Flames Use 4-Goal Outburst In 1st Period To Beat Devils
“It’s kind of bucked the trend a little bit for this time of year and it was all related to same-sex marriage,” he says.
Amendola says it’s all very exciting and they can’t wait to be part of history.
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The law allowing same-sex marriage in New York passed on Friday night.