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Alicia and Todd were married at the end of March on a day that was overcast outside. Inside the Bastyr University Chapel it was ablaze with light radiating from the golden tabernacle from the chapel of the former Catholic Seminary as Alicia was walked down the aisle by her dad. The exquisite European-style chapel (the above image is of the door at the entrance to the chapel) was created in 1958 with the highest quality workmanship of its time, and it continues to radiate the devotion with which it was built. Built in 1958 as part of the original seminary grounds, the now secular Bastyr University Chapel serves as an ideal space for weddings, and is It is one of my favorite wedding venues in the broader Seattle area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Below is a mini-slide show with these and some more wedding photography highlights from Alicia and Todd’s wedding at the Bastyr University Chapel. Click on toggle thumbnails to hide them; to start just click on the right arrow on the image.

Daniel Sheehan, a photographer in Seattle specializes in photojournalism and portrait photography for publications, corporations and wedding clients.

One Response to “Bastyr University Chapel Wedding | Wedding Chapel Ceremony of Alicia and Tadd”

  1. David Ferguson | Brisbane Says:

    Such an interesting building. I have never seen anything like it. What denomination is it?

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