Catherine Wallace Blythe and Andrew Higdon DuPerrieu were united in marriage Sept. 1 at First Baptist Church of Paducah with Russ Wilson and the Rev. J. Patrick Reynolds officiating. Music was provided by Arthur DeWeese, organist; Devonda Treece, pianist; and Kathy Gardner, violinist, all of Paducah.
The bride is the daughter of Lars and Molly Blythe of Paducah.
The groom is the son of Steve and Julie DuPerrieu of Paducah.
The bride chose Dr. Emily Johnston of Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. Allyson Blythe of Paducah as her matrons of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Maegan Mansfield of Paducah, Miss Alexandra Cash of Columbus, Ohio, Miss Taylor Moore of Lebanon, Ohio, and Mrs. Leslie Willoughby of Louisville. Serving as ringbearer was Jackson DuPerrieu, son of Steve DuPerrieu Jr. of Nashville, Tenn.
The groom chose Steve DuPerrieu Jr. and Patrick DuPerrieu, both of Nashville, Tenn., as his best men. Groomsmen were Christopher Wallace of Boston, Mass., Kent Mulberry of Lexington, Dane Blythe of Paducah and Lee Johnston of Birmingham, Ala. Serving as usher was John Schumaker of Lexington.
A reception followed at St. Thomas More Parish Hall. Serving as guest register and program attendants were Miss Laura Knott of Houston, Texas, Miss Paige Slaughter of Birmingham, Ala., Miss Anna Tarantino of Cincinnati, Ohio, Miss Alexa Walden of Louisville, Miss Kathy Buri of Los Angeles, Calif., and Miss Leslie Weitlauf of Lexington.
The bride is a 2007 graduate of Heath High School in West Paducah and a 2011 graduate of the University of Kentucky in Lexington with a bachelor of science degree in accounting and bachelor of business administration degree in finance. She is employed by Blythe White in Paducah.
The groom is a 2007 graduate of Paducah Tilghman High School and a 2011 graduate of the University of Kentucky in Lexington with a bachelor of business administration degree in finance. He is employed by U.S. Bank in Paducah.
The couple reside in Paducah.