In May, Tennessee became the first state in the nation to explicitly outlaw online ordination for wedding officiants.
This month, it became the first state to have such a law put on hold by a judge.
Despite these firsts, the battle is familiar. For centuries, couples, families and community leaders have argued about the right way to get married.
Kate Rocheford lived this reality as she planned her June wedding to her now-husband, Evan. The couple wanted a nontraditional wedding outside near a campground in Indiana, but some of their loved ones worried the ceremony would feel too informal.