A lesbian couple says that they were disappointed when a “one-stop shop” wedding planner refused to marry them.

Crystal Allen and Kenyata White told local Phoenix, Arizona media that after choosing a wedding package at AffordableWeddingMinister.com and speaking to Susan Latimer, an ordained non-denominational minister through Christian Glory Church, they received an email from Latimer saying she was unable to perform the ceremony.

“When I talked to her over the phone, I've always said 'my fiancee,'” White explained.

In an email to Latimer on Sunday, White for the first time indicated her fiancee was a woman.

“We are very uncomfortable with same-sex marriage as it is directly against our beliefs,” Latimer wrote in a response the following day. “We would not be a very good fit.”

As ordained ministers, Latimer and her husband Al, who together operate AffordableWeddingMinister.com, are exempt from Phoenix's gay-inclusive non-discrimination ordinance.

When approached for comment by The Arizona Republic, Latimer said that she was opposed to marriage equality.

“No matter what I say to you, I believe it will be twisted by the media,” she wrote. “By the stroke of one federal judge's pen, we are being dictated what the state says moral law should be. This goes directly against God's laws and 80% of Arizona voters in 2008.”

(Arizona's restrictive marriage ban was approved with a narrow margin, 52%.)

“There is a war on those who believe in Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit and the Word of God,” Latimer continued. “Why is my freedom being taken away? I feel same-sex marriage is wrong and have every right to have feelings just like they do. I wouldn't want someone who is opposed to the way I live my life involved in my marriage ceremony in any way.”