Byron Bell / Reuters A gay couple who wanted to marry in Texas had to settle for a simple toast at a wedding.
But not everyone agreed that the toast should be a celebration of their love and their commitment to each other.
The Supreme Court ruled in May that states are allowed to ban same-sex marriage.
That means that same-fidelity couples who have had a wedding ceremony will have to marry their partners in Texas, which has no statewide same-marriage ban.
But there are other states that allow for a limited celebration of love.
The Supreme Court has not yet ruled on that question, but it’s a topic for the justices.
Married couple Michael and Jennifer Peltz.
Michael Peltzel/Facebook”We don’t want to say we’ve done it right,” Michael PeltZelles mother said in an interview with ABC News’ “This Week” in May.
“We’ve just gotten married.
We’re just looking forward to enjoying each other.”
But that’s not the case for all couples.
“It’s just a toast,” said the couple’s son, Scott Peltzer.
Scott Peltzers mother says that they are not planning to celebrate with a traditional wedding.
“It’s kind of hard to tell what the reception is going to be like, because you’re not really sure,” Scott Pothzer said.
“So we’re just going to just have a toast and say, ‘We’re happy.'”
He said that he doesn’t think he’ll have to worry about the wedding reception being crowded.
“We have to just enjoy it,” Scott said.
He added that his parents will be happy with a wedding they have all planned for their wedding.
“If it’s for a kid, then they’re going to love it.
If it’s just for me, then I’m not going to have any problems,” he said.ABC News’ Matt Cagan contributed to this report.