As I had predicted, this ruling has no effect on anyone's religious beliefs or practices regarding marriage. The Court seemed to go out of its way to so state:
Now, while this may be viewed by some legal minds as dicta, that is, a non-binding statement of the court not directly related to the ruling, it is still pretty powerful and I bet will get some citations in later cases. It also cites state court cases. But now, they are elevated to 10th Circuit law.
The Court also made a point that its ruling on marriage does not apply to Polygamy:
The Tenth Circuit also ruled that animus had no bearing in Utah's Amendment. Apparently, they did not read much of former Senator Chris Buttars statements regarding the Amendment. Good thing.
And that's all I will say about this case for now. If you want to read the whole thing, you can find it at a lot of places. Here's a good link to a local blog that tends right of center.