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Wedding Photography at Notre Dame | Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Here are just a couple of wedding photos from Ken & Katys amazing wedding at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame. The Basilica is an amazing place to shoot and it’s run like a well oiled machine on the weekends so they can crank out several
A wedding ceremony at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame.
weddings per day… I’ve never actually asked how many to do there each weekend but I’ve shot quite a few weddings here and every time I’ve ever photographed a wedding at Notre Dame there has almost always been a wedding ending when I arrive and
A wedding ceremony, the bride and groom are blessed, Notre Dame.
another wedding party waiting to get started as we leave. This tight schedule doesn’t leave much time for the bride and groom to get pictures with family and friends inside the Basilica but the 30minutes they do provide is typically more than enough to get the
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important family photos as well as a couple of shots with your bridal party. Of course the beauty of getting married on a campus like Notre Dames is that there is simply no shortage of amazing places to go for wedding portraits once you leave the Basilica for
Bridal party photos from a wedding at Notre Dame
your photo walk with the wedding party and family. Most brides and grooms will take a few pictures around campus and some of the most popular stops include the golden dome, the lake, and of course the candles in the Grotto which is this amazing cave like
The Grotto on Notre Dames campus is a great place to stop for portraits on your wedding day.
structure that is filled with hundreds upon hundreds of candles. Whether you’re looking for classic Notre Dame wedding pictures or just something beautifully artistic and creative there’s no end to the possibilities on this college campus!

There is simply no way to do this wedding justice in one short post so we’ll be posting more pictures from throughout the day along with the wedding album soon!

Many thanks to Stella Event Design for their planning and co-ordination as well as Dan Terpstra who rocked this wedding as my partner and 2nd lead photographer for the day!

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  • December 10, 2009 - 10:22 am

    Washington DC: Engagement Pictures at Sunrise | benpancoast.com - […] They’re MARRIED!! Check out a few of their amazing wedding photos at the Basilica at Notre Dame here! Tags: Engaged, Engagement Photos, Engagement Pictures, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln […]

  • January 6, 2010 - 9:05 am

    Wedding Photos at Notre Dame | Reception at the Herritage Center | benpancoast.com - […] posted some of the pictures from Ken & Katys Notre Dame wedding a few weeks ago and I wanted to share the album design that we came up with. This is just a rough […]

  • February 22, 2010 - 1:32 am

    Wedding Pictures :: The Basilica at Notre Dame | Terpstra Photography - […] wedding photos at Notre Dame are from Ken and Katy’s ceremony last August where I shot along side of the amazing Ben […]

  • May 28, 2010 - 3:44 am

    Notre Dame Wedding Pictures :: The Basilica of the Sacred Heart » thephotographyteam.com - […] Photography Team Partners Ben Pancoast and Dan Terpstra came together on what could’ve been a dreary Friday but with the help of a great couple had a fantastic rainy summer wedding at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame.  You can view some more of the Notre Dame Wedding Photography by visiting Dan’s blog or see pictures at Ben’s blog. […]

  • June 25, 2011 - 4:13 pm

    Ricki Finlay - Just wanted to tell you what beautiful pictures you have on your site and how much I’ve enjoyed them. They’re lovely and original. My daughter is an aspiring photographer just beginning her career. I love browsing sites and feel compelled to speak out when the work really deserves it, as yours does. As a woman in her 50s, I’m always looking for original portraits of women my age that appreciate the character and beauty that still shines on the face of a life well lived. Continued success!

  • June 25, 2011 - 7:02 pm

    Ben - Thank you Ricki! I love what I do and am blessed to be able to shoot so many wonderful weddings, of course shooting them at places like Notre Dame make the job even more fun!

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