The purpose of this essay is to explore the idea of same-sex marriage as a religious problem and, more specifically, as a halakhic problem. In traditional Jewish circles, religious problems are framed first and foremeost as legal or halakhic problems, problems of praxis. For the sake of this inquiry, the author sets aside the questions of the halakhic legitimacy of gay relationships and their formalization, and focus instead on what form such ceremonies ought to take. Should we employ the existing rituals of matrimony used for heterosexual couples, and if not, what other options are available? From the perspectives of the Jewish law, what ought a same-sex wedding look like?