A California catering business that refused to serve a gay couple might be small enough to avoid the state's anti-discrimination laws.

According to gay glossy The Advocate, Janet Zimmerman refused to cater the upcoming ceremony of Kama Kaina and Mathew Rivera Zimmerman because of her “Christian beliefs.”

Zimmerman initially agreed to cater the couple's June wedding. She withdrew from the event in an email sent several hours later.

“Thank you for contacting me in regards to your upcoming wedding,” Zimmerman wrote. “I really appreciate that you were honest with me and gave me a heads up that this would be a same sex marriage. I hope that you will also appreciate when I am honest with you when I say that catering your wedding would comprise [sic] my Christian beliefs and I will be unable to accept this job. I am sure that you will be able to find someone who will better suit your needs.”

Zimmerman's catering company, Janet Zimmerman Catering, operates mainly on Facebook, possibly making her outfit too small to be subject to California's anti-discrimination laws.

“The law does make a distinction” between a service and a business establishment, David Hakimfar, a West Hollywood attorney, told The Advocate.

Kaina and Rivera, who met four years ago, said they are not currently pursuing legal action.