Decorators Kyle Starr, left, and Leann Gilliam work on birthday cakes Thursday at Edible Art Bakery & Dessert Cafe in Raleigh. Owner Todd Mozingo says he hasn’t yet seen a flood of orders as a result of same-sex marriage now being legal. He says he expects inquiries to rise as court appeals are exhausted.
Decorators Kyle Starr, left, and Leann Gilliam work on birthday cakes Thursday at Edible Art Bakery & Dessert Cafe in Raleigh. Owner Todd Mozingo says he hasn’t yet seen a flood of orders as a result of same-sex marriage now being legal. He says he expects inquiries to rise as court appeals are exhausted. ehyman@newsobserver.com
Decorators Kyle Starr, left, and Leann Gilliam work on birthday cakes Thursday at Edible Art Bakery & Dessert Cafe in Raleigh. Owner Todd Mozingo says he hasn’t yet seen a flood of orders as a result of same-sex marriage now being legal. He says he expects inquiries to rise as court appeals are exhausted. ehyman@newsobserver.com

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