Missoula Wedding Guide/Planner is a guide to assist you in coordinating your wedding day and
ensures you will have the most wonderful day with your loved one that you both have been looking forward to. We
have the best of the best for where to select the perfect
formalwear, the most beautiful floral
photographers, music, caterers, location of your ceremony, limousine services and more.
We look forward to assisting you plan for this exciting day to share with your family and closest friends, and
we commit to providing you with exceptional service. The
Missoula Wedding Guide/Planner offers a wide variety
of professional services that will assist you in making your wedding day complete. Our guide consists of:
Personal Wedding Planners, Location of Your Wedding, where to order Flowers, Rentals & Décor. A guide in
selecting the perfect Formalwear, Wedding Cake and Invitations. And of course the right person for the
Videography, Photography, Clergy, Catering, Limousine Service, Travel, and where to go on your Honeymoon!
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Marriage License Requirements
The cost for issuing a marriage license is
$53.00 payable by cash, Visa, or MasterCard.
Please note that we will not
accept a personal check. Due to
the length of time it takes to issue a marriage
license, you should plan on arriving in
our office no later than 4:30
p.m. Both parties must be present with a photo
ID and be at least 18 years of age. The
bride, if under the age of 50,
must provide proof of a Rubella blood test or a
doctor’s statement regarding sterilization.
This information must be
submitted on the State of Montana Premarital
Certificate and must be signed by a physician.
Or the bride and groom may choose
to read and sign an Informed Consent/Waiver
which waives the requirement for
the medical certification of
blood testing for rubella immunity. This form
may be obtained from the Clerk of District
Court in any county in the State
of Montana and should be available
electronically in the near future.
Missoula Marriage License Information
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Creating Personal Traditions:
Writing your own wedding vows may suit your
personal wedding style, but it can be a bit of a
daunting task to begin
with. If you are trying
to write your own vows, don’t let the task
overwhelm you or intimidate you. Writing your
vows should begin and end with how you feel,
not what others are expecting. If you are
creating your own wedding
ceremony and style and
you want to write your own vows, here are a few
questions to consider in creating the
want to make.
When and where did you first meet?
What was the state of your life before the two
of you met?
At what point did you realize you were in love?
Describe the feeling.
What inspires you about your loved one?
What life goals and dreams do you share?
What have you learned from each other?
What qualities make your love unique? What
qualities will keep it strong?
How has your view of the world changed since you
fell in love?
What do you most look forward to about life with
What are some special moments in your
relationship? Use them all, even the sad times
as well as the happy,
moving, or profound.
What happened the day you asked her to marry
you? How did you feel?
Reading the vows you have written yourself
during your wedding ceremony can be one of the
most romantic things
you’ve ever done. It’s the
kind of thing that really helps you create your
own personal wedding style. Writing your own
vows is a kind of personal touch that cannot be
replicated by any other style of vow.
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Lewis and Clark
came through the Missoula Valley in 1805,
but it wasn't until 1860 that Europeans settled
here (although a Jesuit priest, DeSmet, opened a
mission south in the Bitterroot Valley in 1841).
Before settlers arrived, Western Montana was
home to the Salish, Pend d'Oreille, and Kootenai
In 1860, C.P. Higgins and F.L. Worden opened a
trading market that they called the Hellgate
Village. (Today you can buy wine, espresso and
huge deli sandwiches at Wordens Market on
Higgins Street downtown). The name hellgate came
from French trappers, who found carnage from
warfare, including bones and bodies, in the
canyon on the east edge of town. The Blackfeet
and Flathead used the close confines of the
canyon to battle one another. The canyon is
still called Hellgate today, but only winter
winds are a threat now.
Hellgate Village was a success, followed by a
flour mill and a sawmill, which the new settlers
dubbed Missoula Mills. Mills was eventually
dropped, leaving the town with the name
Missoula. Which, by the way, comes from a
butchered version of the Salish name for the
Jeanette Rankin, the nation's first
Congresswoman, was reared in Missoula in the
late 1800s. She was elected to Congress before
women could vote, on the eve of the first World
War. She served one term, then was re-elected to
Congress on the eve of the second World War. She
is the only legislator to have voted against
entering both wars.
The town is still steeped in active politics.
And its economy is still based on retail trade
-- people from hundreds of miles around use
Missoula as their base for shopping and for
finding medical and other professional services.
The University of Montana and the Forest Service
are also heavy economic hitters here.
Be sure to visit our historical "photo album"
featuring fifteen photographs of Missoula from
the early 1900's.