Rooftops are like little mini getaways from the cities below. They provide great views, excellent backdrops and endless options for decor. Plus, every couple should feel like they are on top of the world on their wedding day. 

Geoff Duncan

1. There is something so romantic about escaping to a secret rooftop hidden away from the world below with the one you love (not to mention the bride's turquoise shoes!).

Pryanca Rao Photography

2.  Ever thought of renting an Airbnb for your wedding ceremony? This couple cut down their wedding budget by doing just that (and ordering 60+ macaroons from Trader Joe's). No wonder they're jumping for joy!

Belle and Chic

3. Sleek and sophisticated are the first two words that come to mind when gazing at this urban Barcelona rooftop complete with a pool and a view.

Polka Dot Bride

4.  We are suckers for love signs. This happy couple did it right with a champagne toast and a stunning backdrop.

The Style Co

5. Geometric wedding decor details are SO in right now and this rooftop installation proves why.

Madame Julietta

6. The pros of having two photographers on your wedding day are all the different angles they can capture. We are loving the combination of this sweet couple and the astonishing aerial view.

Wedding Chicks

7. There is nothing like looking over the city you love as newlyweds.

Jonas Seaman

8. Is it just me, or do flowers smell better in fresh, open air? Your rooftop wedding doesn't have to be on top of a skyscraper to have that open space effect.


9. If this isn't the epitome of a quintessential Brooklyn wedding, then I don't know what is.

Polka Dot Bride 3

10. This couple said 'I do' on top of a rooftop with a spectacular view of Melbourne.

Alixann Loosle

11. The hanging floral installations above this rooftop wedding make it feel like a garden wonderland.

Jennifer Blair Photography

12.  Sparkles and lights are always a good idea. Always.

Jose Villa

13.  This couple did an ah-mazing job turning this LA rooftop into a glamorous ceremony location.

Erin and Ray Photography

14. Relive your childhood dreams by adding a couple of cozy teepees to your rooftop decor.

Ruffled - photo by -

15.  This black and white affair is a winning combination of modern sophistication.

Kurt Boomer

16.  Creating a unique backdrop is the easiest way to still have a view while blocking out any city background from your ceremony photographs.

Michael Will Photography

17. Don't forget to get intimate portraits of the two of you as the sun goes down over your city.

Love, Sylvia

18. Bring rustic chic to the city by finding a rooftop that incorporates everything that you love.

James Anderson Photography

19. When it comes to a rooftop, there are no limits when it comes to celebratory sparklers!

Credits:   Geoff Duncan   |   Priyanca Rao Photography   |   Belle & Chic   |   Polka Dot Bride   |   The Style Co   |   Macy's   |   Madame Julietta   |   The Wedding Chicks   |   Jonas Seamen   |   MyMoon   |   Polka Dot Bride   |   Alixann Loosle   |   Jennifer Blair Photography   |   Jose Villa   |   Erin & Ray Photography   |   The Melideos   |   Kurt Boomer   |   Michael Will Photography   |   Love, Sylvia   |   James Anderson Photography