A judge's ruling paved the way for them to say "I do," and now, a Supreme Court ruling is setting the stage for legal confusion about what their vows may mean. Close to 1,000 gay couples who got married in Utah in recent weeks now find themselves in legal limbo Monday, after the Supreme Court issued an order preventing any more same-sex marriage certificates from being issued in Utah for the time being. The high court's temporary halt to the gay weddings came at Utah's request, as it appeals a lower court's ruling that found the state's gay marriage ban unconstitutional. But what it means for the couples who have already wed is unclear; Utah's attorney general has said his staff is evaluating their status. "It feels like that weight that was lifted off our shoulders is now back on and heavier," one newlywed said.