Marriage Equality Vancouver
Marriage Equality Vancouver
A couple waits in line to receive a marriage license in Vancouver, Wash. Couples who received a license on Dec. 6 can officially begin marrying today. Photo by Jules Garza.


By Erin Rook, PQ Monthly


Wedding bells are ringing out for the first time today in Washington State, and we couldn’t be more excited. In an effort to bring you the information you need to get hitched in Washington (and before long, Oregon), we’re offering free web listings to wedding officiants who marry LGBTQ couples in the Northwest.

So if you are a wedding officiant (or you know someone who is) contact us at with the following information.


Email Address

Phone Number

Mailing Address


Details (religious affiliation, types of ceremonies offered, website, etc.)

We look forward to connecting with you!



Post Author: PQ Monthly Staff

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