They would return to Denver for a reception, and those helping with the plans suggested they get a cake from Masterpiece bakery.
It also means the long-running case against Masterpiece Cakeshop, filed by Charlie Craig and Dave Mullins back in 2012 when Phillips refused to make them a custom-made wedding cake, hasn't reached its finish line at the Supreme Court and likely will continue to proceed.
The justices, in a 7-2 decision, faulted the Colorado Civil Rights Commission's handling of the claims brought against Jack Phillips, saying it had showed a hostility to religion.
The American Civil Liberties Union, which represented the couple in its legal fight, said it was pleased the court did not endorse a broad religion-based exemption from anti-discrimination laws.
The justices' limited ruling Monday turns on what the court described as anti-religious bias on the Colorado Civil Rights Commission when it ruled against baker Jack Phillips.
Kennedy wrote that the question of when religious beliefs must give way to anti-discrimination laws might be different in future cases.
The disputes have developed since the Supreme Court created same-sex marriage in the United States a few years ago. That decision could come result from a petition pending before the court in a similar case filed by Arlene's Flowers, a floral shop in Washington State seeking a First Amendment to refuse service to same-sex weddings. President Donald Trump's administration intervened in the case in support of Phillips.
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The court ruled that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission's actions violated the free exercise clause.
Kennedy said comments during public hearings before the commission in the case disparaged Phillip's faith as despicable and compared his sincerely held religious beliefs to defenses of slavery and the Holocaust.
For the baker's supporters, the case was about finding a way to respect conflicting beliefs about marriage.
"In the view of the United States, a [.] First Amendment intrusion occurs where a public accommodations law compels someone to create expression for a particular person or entity and to participate, literally or figuratively, in a ceremony or other expressive event", the brief argued.
Colorado bars discrimination based on race, religion, gender and sexual orientation. The ACLU said the baker was advocating for a "license to discriminate" that could have broad repercussions beyond gay rights.
The case became a cultural flashpoint in the United States, underscoring the tensions between gay rights proponents and conservative Christians. The Commission sided with them, but the Supreme Court said Monday that the Commission didn't show enough neutrality to Phillips' beliefs. Included among them was the court's 2015 decision legalizing gay marriage nationwide.