On November 5th, Kathryn and Matt were pronounced husband and wife at St. Peter’s Prince of the Apostles Catholic Church in San Antonio, Texas. They met two years prior and were inseparable ever since. In September of 2021, Matt got down on one knee and popped the question! “The Pearl/Riverwalk area in San Antonio have been very significant locations in Matt and I’s relationship. We were going to dinner at the San Antonio Museum of Art and as we were walking along the river to the restaurant, he had a table set up with pictures of us and champagne! He got down on one knee and popped the question!”
A year later, the pair said “I do” in a beautiful fall wedding with bold colors. “I have always wanted a fall wedding but still wanted bold colors to be involved. The team at GRO was amazing in helping me decide to go with a jewel tone color palette for the wedding!”
St. Peter’s Prince of the Apostles Catholic Church holds a special place in Kathryn’s heart. “For the longest time, I had always wanted to get married at St. Peter’s Catholic Church because that was where my parents got married and it was so special to get married in the same placethey did.” The ceremony was particularly meaningful because their priest was a great family friend. “It was so special to have him be the one at the altar with Matt and I on our big day!”
Following the ceremony, guests met the Dohertys at the Argyle to celebrate. “I had always wanted the reception to be at the Argyle because it is elegant and beautiful and is in the neighborhood, I have called home my whole life.” Kathryn describes her wedding as elegant and timeless, so the Argyle perfectly fit the vision she strived for. “One of my favorite memories from the reception was before Matt and I were introduced to the crowd, we got to go up on the top story of the Argyle and look down at all our guests during cocktail hour. It was so special to just be with my husband and get to look and see everyone who came to celebrate our marriage!”
The Argyle was decorated with plum purple flowers, touches of pink and rustic tones. On the patio of the Argyle sat Kathryn’s beautiful bridal cake, a four tier masterpiece adorned with fresh flowers. Standing next to it was an impressive realistic cake modeled after a few of Matt’s favorite things, the outdoors and Texas A&M!
The evening was spent celebrating with loved ones out on the dancefloor with loved ones before exiting under a tunnel of sparklers. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Doherty!
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