Getting Married In Wyoming?
Information you might want to know if you are getting married in Wyoming.

Wyoming State Flower

Do you want to use the state flower in your wedding bouquet?
The state flower of Wyoming is the beautiful Indian Paintbrush or Painted Cup.  (Pictured above)

Getting Your Marriage License

If you are getting married in the sate of Wyoming, you must first apply for a wedding license at the County Clerk’s office.

Marriage license fee: $30

  • Minimum age to get a marriage license in Wyoming: Age 18
  • The County Clerk issues Wyoming marriage licenses, which can be used anywhere in the state. 
  • There is NO waiting period.
  • The wedding license is valid for 365 days.
  • There is NO blood test required.
  • Residency is NOT required.
  • 2 Witnesses are required in the State of Wyoming.
  • Both parties need to be present to apply in person.
  • Both parties need to provide a valid form of I.D.
  • Both parties need to provide a valid Social Security number/card.

You can check most recent updated laws here.

Plan Your Wedding According To Your Favorite Season

Summers can be quite hot at low elevations.  Average temperatures in July range from 85F to 90F, but cool off after dark.  Some regions of Wyoming are classified as deserts. 

Winter is very cold in Wyoming, but it’s also a beautiful time of year.  The air is very dry, so when it snows it comes down as light fluffy powder.  Daytime highs rarely break the freezing mark between December and February.  Snow tends to stick around all season once it begins to pile up.

Fall tends to be very pleasant, but winter sets in fast and early snowstorms can roll through September and October in the high country.

Spring isn’t the best time of year in Wyoming because the snow melts and creates muddy conditions in May and the temperatures remain chilly.  Most of the rain falls in late spring and early summer, which is also a windy time of year.

Popular Wyoming Wedding Traditions

  • Most engaged couples in Wyoming choose bold colors for their wedding.
  • Indoor wedding venues are just as popular as outdoor venues.
  • Serving pie instead of cake is a Wyoming tradition that the guests love.
  • Tradition in Wyoming is that the bride’s family pays for the wedding.
  • Cheyenne and Jackson Hole are the two most popular cities to get married.
  • Bride’s choose to include nature themes into their weddings to bring the Wyoming tradition atmosphere to their guests.