North Dakota Weddings

Couples will appreciate North Dakota weddings any time of the year.

The mountains make for pretty backdrops for winter weddings while the climate in spring or summer makes outdoor wedding venues attractive. The area is conducive for very beautiful wedding pictures. 

If you are getting married in June, July or August, the summer wedding flowers make for a beautiful bouquet for the bride.

If you're having a small intimate ceremony, maybe you'll want to make your own wedding cake, and share it in a honeymoon suite as you celebrate your love.

This is a nice area to elope to for the couple who just wants a very low key yet elegant day. Someone else will do all the planning for you; just show up and say "I do".

Get outdoors the next day and visit the North Dakota attractions as you celebrate your new life as husband and wife together.


Medora

AmericInn offers suite accommodations for the wedding party and your guests with spacious lodging for a memorable wedding day. This is nice for couples having a destination wedding as everyone can stay at the same place.

Rough Riders Hotel offers a peaceful outdoor courtyard to become husband and wife. This is nice for a mid-sized event.

Places to eat here

Fargo

AmericInn offers special room rates for your guests.

The bride and groom will enjoy the honeymoon suites with whirlpools and fireplaces for a hot honeymoon night together.

honeymoon couple

Then enjoy complimentary breakfast each morning.

Find some food here

Things to do, see and explore

Hampton Inn offers a complimentary hot breakfast to the bride and groom and all their guests.

Fort Totten

Fort Totten Trail Historic Inn offers their first floor for special events.

North Dakota Marriage Laws

Both persons need to apply in person for the license and pay cash. You'll need a picture ID (driver's licenses) or a certified copy of birth certificates.

You do not have to be a resident of North Dakota, and there is no waiting period to obtain the marriage license. The license is valid for 60 days and can only be used in North Dakota.

No blood tests are needed. 

If you were married before, you'll need a certified copy of the divorce decree or a copy of a death certificate.

If applicants are aged 16 - 18, parental or guardian consent is required in the form of a notarized statement.








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