After historic ruling, Utah couple spends first Christmas as Mrs. and Mrs.

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Newlyweds Pidge Winburn and Amy Fowler celebrated Christmas Day brunch with friends at their home. The two show off their wedding rings that a friend got them; an A for Amy and a P for Pidge. The two were married on Monday (December 23). Photo by Leah Hogsten  |  The Salt Lake Tribune

Newlyweds Pidge Winburn and Amy Fowler celebrated Christmas Day brunch with friends at their home. The two show off their wedding rings that a friend got them; an A for Amy and a P for Pidge. The two were married on Monday (December 23). Photo by Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune

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(RNS) Christmas this year brought the warm consistency of tradition, of family and friends, of food and gifts and decorations hung with care. But it also brought the realization that in the five days since a federal judge overturned Utah’s ban on same-sex marriages, so much had changed for the state's gay and lesbian couples.