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VINTAGE MONTANA WEDDING VENUE

Look no further. You've found "the one" for your wedding ceremony, wedding reception, or other special occasion.

Flower Farm Weddings & Events is located ~20 miles south of Missoula, nestled in the Bitterroot Valley between Florence and Stevensville, and offering an unmatched setting for perfect weddings and events ranging from 15 - 125 guests.

Set the stage for your outdoor event with breathtaking mountain views, gorgeous grounds, and a convenient location. Our charming greenhouse, gasp-worthy gardens, and quaint farmhouse create a vintage venue vibe for your perfect Montana wedding.

The views are sublime from this 3-acre property. 


  • Jagged St. Mary’s peak soaring tall above the majestic Bitterroot Mountains. 
  • The soft blue canopy of Montana’s famous Big Sky Country. 
  • Gently swaying native grasses.
  • Dappled shade from whispering pines.
  • And vast expanses of lush rolling lawn beneath your feet, perfect for yard games or strolling.


The sweetest little greenhouse you’ve ever beheld (vintage salvaged windows transformed by Greg’s two strong hands!), colorful adjacent cutting gardens, and a meandering patio water cascade provide one-of-a-kind backdrops for photos and memories on your special day.

A separate wing inside the farmhouse offers two full bathrooms and two ample bedrooms for relaxed comfort and "getting ready" privacy.


Ample convenient parking adjacent to Flower Farm and a guest restroom address practical needs. (For more than 85 guests, we require a toilet trailer rental for your guests' comfort and preventing "lines.")


And we are unlike other venues in big and important ways. Because we also offer a la carte rentals and styling, planningservices, catering services and floral arranging, 

Since we are an outdoor venue, please be sure to review our recommendations for inclement weather.


Nearby historic Stevensville, "Where Montana Began," is the site of Montana's first pioneer settlement, and offers shops, restaurants, bars, a brewery, and an old fashioned soda counter, as well as a historic hotel, several B&Bs, and numerous VRBO and AirBnB options for overnight accommodations.


The Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge and Bitterroot River offer abundant options for outdoors enthusiasts, and a golf course bordering the refuge gives a whole new meaning to "birdies" and "eagles," not to mention moose and deer.