|The newly weds Archduke Imre & Archduchess Kathleen|
The couple exchanged vows in a Roman Catholic wedding ceremony, the subsequent mass was celebrated in Tridentine Rite. They were married in the St. Mary Mother of God Church in Washington D.C.'s Chinatown.
|The groom awaiting his bride|
|The bride entering the church on her father's arm|
Kathleen wore a white Pronovias wedding gown with added long sleeves and a moderate train, which she finished off with upswept hair and an antique lace veil, which belongs to her husband's family. The Habsbourg veil was most recently worn by Imre's sister Archduchess Marie-Christine on her wedding day to Count Rodolphe de Limburg-Stirum. The veil was anchored by three strings of pearls.
Imre's sister Archduchess Gabriella was among the bridesmaids, his brothers Archduke Christoph and Archduke Alexander as well as his cousin Prince Félix were his groomsmen alongside two friends.
|Inside the church|
The wedding was attended by some 300 guests. Among them many members of Imre's family like his cousins Prince Félix, whose girlfriend Claire Lademacher was also a guest, Prince Louis, Princess Alexandra and Prince Sebastien of Luxembourg, his aunt Princess Margaretha and her children Princess Marie-Astrid and Prince Josef, his uncle Prince Guillaume, his wife Princess Sibilla and their youngest son Prince Jean, as well as the children of Imre's uncle Prince Jean, Princess Marie-Gabrielle, Prince Constantin, Prince Wenceslas and Prince Carl. Naturally, a lot of other Habsbourg's and other royals and nobles were also in attendance.
Archduke Imre and his wife met on October 21st, 2010 at the very same church they got married in last Saturday. That day a Missa Cantata for Blessed Emperor Karl of Austria, the groom's great-grandfather, was held at the church in Washington D.C. A week before the wedding, a shrine at the church was dedicated to the last emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
|Joined together in holy matrimony|
|Bishop Paul Loverde presenting a letter by the Pope|
|At the reception|