VIDEO: "I Now Pronounce You: Spouses for Life"
Watch as Kris Perry and Sandy Stier become the first gay or lesbian couple to marry in California since the Supreme Court ended the state's ban on same sex marriages.
Friday afternoon at San Francisco's City Hall, Kris Perry and Sandy Stier become the first same-sex couple in California to legally marry following a major Supreme Court decision on Wednesday that effectively overturned California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage. The couple were litigants in the court's Hollingsworth v. Perry case, which addressed the California ban, making today's ceremony especially memorable for the crowd of local supporters and national media in attendance. Watch below as California Attorney General Kamala Harris officiates their wedding and pronounces them "Spouses for life":