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    3 Adorable Same-Sex Couples Get Married In New Zealand Now That It's Legal

    Plus Jesse Tyler Ferguson, a horse-drawn carriage, and Legos.

    In April, New Zealand passed a bill making same-sex marriage legal.

    The law went into effect today, finally opening the doors to same-sex couples to be married.

    First of all, Lynley Bendall and Ally Wanikau got married in an airplane.

    Jesse Tyler Ferguson was there.

    He made this face:

    And made sure everyone knew New Zealand is the prettiest place in the entire world:

    This adorable flower girl made her way down the aisle:

    And Jesse Tyler Ferguson's husband, Justin Mikita, apparently got to co-pilot the plane.

    And then the couple ate a delicious-looking cake.

    This couple, Natasha Vitali and Melissa Ray, were also super adorable.

    And they got married at a Unitarian church.

    And they took a rainbow-outfitted carriage to their reception.

    Paul McCarthy and Trent Kandler were flown to New Zealand from Australia to get married.

    They had these adorable cake toppers:

    They won a New Zealand Tourism competition to be the first same-sex couple to be married in the country.

    The competition was intended to draw in more tourists from Australia, where same-sex marriage is not legal.