In the wake of Friday's historic Supreme Court ruling guaranteeing the right to same-sex marriage, couples are already starting to line up to be the first in their counties to be formally recognized under federal law.
Before today's ruling, only two-thirds of the United States recognized gay marriage. Now, for same-sex couples residing in Ohio, Michigan, Tennessee, Texas or any of the 13 states where gay marriage had previously been banned, today has been a momentous -- and undeniably tear-filled -- occasion.
"It feels right," Scott Shive of Pennsylvania said, who became the first in Fayette County this afternoon to get gay-married.
Take a look below at some of the first-wedded same-sex couples in U.S counties below: