Some local wedding vendors are coming together to support same sex couples that are planning their special day.

This comes after last month's supreme court ruling in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a same sex couple.

From newborns to weddings, Innamorata Photography Owner Melody Hood has spent more than two decades capturing thousands of moments through the lens of her camera.

"You're capturing not just those moments, but who they are," Hood said.

She's also watched society evolve as same sex marriage became legal in 2015 and the challenges couples sometimes still face when planning that special day.

"And then the look is like, Ohhhh," Lindsey Smith said. "And you can just see people change, they were just like, Ohh and then they float off and talk to somebody else and we're like, okay? It was difficult," Megan Smith added.

Megan and Lindsey Smith said they were met with some hesitation when looking for vendors for their 2014 wedding, especially finding someone to officiate the ceremony.

"We got told no by dozens of ministers and that was a little disheartening. We were like, Oh my goodness! What are we going to do if we don't have anybody to officiate the wedding?" Megan said.

It's a problem Hood said she understands. Officiating a same sex wedding may go against a minister's religious beliefs.

She even knows an event planner who recently became ordained to help other couples in the same situation.

"I think that we do actually have a good community here. I haven't seen too many people turned away. If they were, it wasn't difficult for me to find another vendor," Hood added.

It's a way vendors are coming together to help same sex couples plan weddings after the Supreme Court's ruling in July favoring a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake for a same sex couple.

"Love is love. Every body deserves their perfect wedding day no matter who they are, no matter who they're with," Hood added.

The Supreme Court's opinion did not address the larger question of whether businesses can refuse to serve same sex customers.