Celebrate DOMA Defeat Deliciously: 10 Great Gay Friendly Wedding Cakes

On this historic day, here's a roundup of some of the best gay friendly cakes and cake toppers to celebrate love.

Today was a momentous win for civil rights in the United States. DOMA was ruled unconstitutional "as a deprivation of the equal liberty of persons that is protected by the Fifth Amendment," and Prop 8 was struck down, which means that gay marriage can resume in California. So while these rulings don't mean that same sex marriage will be legal in every state, there will be a lot more same sex weddings in the near future, and a chance for partners who have been waiting a long time, to legally unite.

That also means a lot of wedding cake. So on this historic day, here's a collection of our favorite gay friendly cakes and cake toppers to celebrate love.

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