Gay marriage supporters in Florida are looking for plaintiffs for a potential lawsuit challenging the state's ban.

In an e-mail to supporters, Equality Florida, the state's largest LGBT rights advocate, cited two recent Supreme Court rulings related to marriage equality in announcing its decision to move forward.

“After consulting with state and national legal experts on the scope of the Supreme Court decision and the impact it may have for state constitutional bans, Equality Florida is reaching out to potential plaintiffs for a lawsuit in Florida,” the group wrote.

Last week's decisions opened the door for same-sex marriages to resume in California and struck down a law that prohibited federal benefits for legally married gay couples.

The group noted that Justice Antonin Scalia in his dissent warned that the ruling would fuel additional challenges.

“By formally declaring anyone opposed to same-sex marriage as an enemy of human decency, the majority arms well every challenger to a state law restricting marriage to its traditional definition,” Scalia wrote in a scathing rebuke of the majority's decision.

Last month, Equality Florida launched an awareness campaign to win marriage rights for gay and lesbian Florida couples.

(Related: Florida activists launch campaign to win gay marriage.)

According to a Washington Post poll released late last year, a majority (54%) of Floridians support marriage equality, while 33 percent remain opposed.