The Rooftop is located in fast growing Lehi, Utah, surrounded by mountain views. Lehi is one of Utah's fastest growing cities and is home to the business hub known as Silicon Slopes. The Rooftop is located on the top floor of a commercial building and offers some of the best views in the valley.
When designing the venue, owners Celeste and Zach Harris wanted to focus on a modern industrial design. Modern industrial venues are harder to find in Utah, and it's one of the many reasons that couples choose the Rooftop for their wedding day. The Rooftop is also extremely versatile, which allows couples to style it their way! One of our favorite features at The Rooftop is their accordion style doors that allow couples to have an indoor-outdoor wedding. Add the Golf Lounge, Skylight Room, and spacious bridal suite on top of that, and The Rooftop is an event space worth exploring for your wedding day! Read below to find out more about what makes them unique and to see if they are the perfect fit for your wedding!
See photos of the space and features at
See photos of the space and features at The Rooftop.
An Indoor-Outdoor Wedding Experience
One of the first things you notice when you step inside The Rooftop is how spacious the large Overlook Room is. The Overlook Room can hold up to 200 guests seated at tables, and it opens up by accordion doors into The Courtyard area. This space is welcoming and inviting, and would be an incredible space to hold your ceremony or dancing during your reception on a warm spring, summer, or fall day. The venue is filled with large windows that let in a lot of natural light, but also show off the surrounding mountain ranges and landscape of Utah Valley.
Next to the Courtyard you'll find another smaller room that opens via accordion doors. This allows you to further expand the space for your wedding. This smaller room, known as the Skylight Room is a favorite for indoor ceremonies. Just as the name suggests, skylights fill the ceiling and let in plenty of natural light in all seasons. The Skylight room can hold up to 80 guests for a seated dinner, and 150 for a ceremony.
Bridal and Groom Getting Ready Suites
The Rooftop's getting ready spaces for couples were designed with intention. They are right next door to each other, but also separated enough to provide privacy while getting ready. The space designed for grooms is located near the Golf Lounge, and also includes a TV and couch for relaxing before the day begins. The groom's space also includes a kid's table and chairs along with a bookshelf filled with books and toys, so it can be used during the wedding day as a space for little ones to escape to.
The bridal suite is filled with mirrors, and a vanity with enough space for multiple bridesmaids to get ready together. Another perk of the bridal suite is that it has it's own private bathroom!
The Golf Lounge
One of the coolest features of The Rooftop is their Golf Lounge! The Golf Lounge includes a golf simulator, and arcade game system. This area can be rented out for an additional fee and used by the couple, their immediate families, and wedding party before the wedding events begin. It's one of the features that draws a lot of grooms to The Rooftop. Many grooms and their groomsmen will hangout in the Golf Lounge before the wedding day while their wait for the bride and her bridesmaids to finish getting ready.
What to Expect When Booking The Rooftop
What to Expect when Booking The Rooftop
When you book the Rooftop for your venue, you can expect great service and at least one coordinator to be there on your wedding day. The coordinator will help oversee the venue and help with questions that may arise throughout the day. The Rooftop will also meet with you for a walkthrough 30 days before your wedding to choose your layout, chairs, and linens. Those details will be setup for your when you arrive at the venue on your wedding day. The only thing you will need to bring with you is any decor and details that you want to add!
What are the catering and alcohol policies at The Rooftop?
The Rooftop has a list of preferred caterers that you can use if you'd like to, but you are free to choose your own as well. They require a fee for alcohol and have one preferred bar service that you must use.
What is the time frame that we'll have access to the venue?
The standard time slot is from 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM, but couples can choose to extend that time to 12 hours and have the space from 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM for full weddings.
How do I book a tour?
To book a tour with The Rooftop, you can visit their website to schedule one, or reach out to Annie via text or phone call. Tours must be booked at least 24 hours in advance.
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