Two women exchanged vows Saturday at the San Diego Pride Festival, making them the first couple to legally marry at the annual festival.

According to U-T San Diego, Liz and Tricia Woodley, together 7 years, married under the eaves of an open-air gazebo as their 4-year-old daughter Carol looked on.

“We wanted our family to be legitimate under the law, especially the protections under the law,” Liz said. “All the work you see about DOMA and Prop 8 – this is it. This is gay pride. We're family.”

A Supreme Court ruling released last month paved the way for the couple to wed.

An estimated 200,000 revelers cheered during the parade as actor George Takei (Star Trek), his husband Brad Altman and singer La Toya Jackson led the procession.

(Related: Navy permits uniformed sailors to march in San Diego Gay Pride.)