It was looking like another tough year for the California wedding industry. Through June of 2013, the number of new marriages statewide had fallen by almost 4,000, or 3%, from 2012.
Then the Supreme Court overturned Proposition 8 and allowed gay marriages in California.
After that decision, from July to December, the number of weddings grew by 27,000, or almost 25%, compared to the same period in 2012.
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