Party Set for DC Gay Marriage Vote
December 07 2009 4:20 PM EST
November 17 2015 5:28 AM EST
The Washington, D.C., city council will conduct its final vote on marriage equality in the capital December 15, and with passage expected, the council has already planned a party.
According to The Washington Post, the council and the Human Rights Campaign are partnering to celebrate the historic vote. Marriage equality already passed one vote, and with 11 of the 13 council members supporting the legislation, it is expected pass again.
The invitation features two gold wedding rings interlocked and reads, "Celebrate marriage equality in DC."
While invitations were sent, the event will be open to the public.
The celebration is scheduled to be held at the Long View Gallery on Ninth Street N.W. in Washington following the December 15 vote.