Sleepy Ridge has become a staple for Utah County weddings in the last 12 years it has been open. The full-service venue is located in Orem in the center of Utah Valley, and within driving distance of many LDS temples. Sleepy Ridge is one of our favorite choices for Utah County wedding venues. Not only does the building catch your eye as you drive up, but as soon as you contact the staff at Sleepy Ridge to inquire about your wedding, you will be well taken care of. They have two different venue spaces to choose from alongside access to the grounds. Be sure to keep reading to find out what one of the biggest perks is when it comes to your wedding day portraits!
Judy is the Wedding and Events Manager at the venue and has been serving couples at Sleepy Ridge for around 11 years now. She'll be your first contact and alongside you throughout your wedding planning process. Communication, client care, and service are her priorities and what you can expect to experience. The team at Sleepy Ridge will help with timelines, room layouts, color coordinating, and assisting your other vendors. On the day of the wedding, staff will be there throughout the evening to make sure everything is running smoothly and to help in anyway they can. They'll assist you even with the little details like remembering to bring pens for your sign in book or your cake knives. The staff at Sleepy Ridge is on top of everything!
See photos of the venue spaces, views, and features at Sleepy Ridge.
Exterior and Views at Sleepy Ridge
Seeing the clubhouse building at Sleepy Ridge for the first time is a WOW experience. The grounds outstanding in the summer, and currently, there is work happening to expand the gardens and other areas. One of the best extras that is available at Sleepy Ridge for your couple portraits is that on most wedding days, you'll have the chance to take out the golf carts to different areas throughout the property. That means no long hikes in your wedding dress, but you also get fantastic views and backdrops with willow trees and a pond area!
The Sunset Room is located on the third floor of the clubhouse and is the original space that was built for weddings at Sleepy Ridge. It's named the Sunset Room for the views and sunsets that you can see from the windows that face Utah Lake and the Oquirrh Mountains. This room with it's hardwood floors, is the larger of the two and is great for grand receptions and weddings. Up to 250 guests can be seated for dinners, and up to 700 guests for flowing receptions.
Sleepy Ridge has two bridal suites available, one for each of their venue spaces. The larger of the two bridal suites is available upstairs in connection with the Sunset Room. It's a perfect space for wedding days and getting ready details!
The Garden Room is the venue space that is available on the first floor of the clubhouse. There are French doors that allow access directly out to the outdoor ceremony garden area, which is perfect for summertime weddings. In the outdoor gardens you'll find a stone patio surrounded by florals and gazebo all surrounded overhead by hanging lights. The Garden Room can accommodate up to 150 dinner guests, while flowing receptions allow for up to 500 guests.
What is the catering and alcohol policy at Sleepy Ridge?
You can bring in your own caterers at no additional cost. All alcohol and bar service must be through Sleepy Ridge's preferred bartender.
What are the options for hours that can be reserved on the wedding day?
Cost depends on the season and day of the week, but full day reservations can be made from 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM. If a half day reservation fits your needs you can reserve from 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
What are the busiest times of the year and how many weddings can Sleepy Ridge hold a day?
The busiest months most years are June, August, and December. Sleepy Ridge usually accomodates 1-3 events each day between both venue spaces.
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