Gay couples will soon be able to actually marry in Connecticut, following the state Supreme Court’s October ruling. According to attorneys involved with the case, couples will be able to obtain marriage licenses sometime on or after Nov. 10, after which a New Haven Superior Court Judge can act on the ruling and enter the judgment into record. The state Department of Public Health has already begun printing new marriage licenses that change the “bride” and “groom” fields to two boxes marked “bride/groom/spouse” in preparation.

—The Associated Press contributed reporting.