Lesbian couple invited the Obamas to their wedding and were not disappointed with the outcome

Supreme Court Declares Same-Sex Marriage Legal in All States
Supreme Court Declares Same-Sex Marriage Legal in All States

When making the guest list for their upcoming wedding, Chelsea Roden and Lisa Hirschpek decided to reach out to the one couple who made their union possible on a legal level -- the Obamas.

With a few extra invites in their possession and with Roden having just met Roberta Kaplan, the woman responsible for overturning the Defense of Marriage Act, the invite seemed more than warranted.

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"I had a lot of government on my mind ... and was feeling super thankful for all the changes in our country that makes our international same-sex marriage even possible," Roden said in an interview with A Plus.

The couple didn't expect much from the shot-in-the-dark request, so when a response came back in the mail from the White House you can imagine their reaction.

Roden, who lives in the Boston area, dropped everything immediately to snap a photo of the official response to send to Hirschpek, who is finishing up school abroad.

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The Obama's heartwarming response floored the soon-to-be married duo. In her Instagram post sharing the experience with her followers, Roden states, "We're sad Mr. President @barackobama and First Lady @michelleobama can't party with us this summer, but what a sweet surprise! (Maybe their schedule will free up next year!)"

Cheers to the happy couple, and here's to hoping the first couple will make it to their 10-year anniversary!

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