Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews have officially tied the knot!
The longtime couple made it official on Saturday in Maui, Hawaii, saying “I do” with family and friends underneath picturesque palm trees and the setting sun.
For their big day, Mahomes, 26, wore a gray suit, while Matthews, also 26, wore a stunning white gown that featured cutouts near her torso.
Mahomes’ younger brother, Jackson Mahomes, served as his best man, while his Kansas City Chiefs teammate Travis Kelce was a groomsman. Kelce’s girlfriend, Kayla Nicole, was one of Matthew’s bridesmaids as well, TMZ reported.
The couple shared a joint Instagram post after the ceremony, which features a collection of photographs of the pair on their special day. The series also shows a photo of the couple and their 1-year-old daughter, Sterling Skye.
“Mr. & Mrs. Mahomes 🤍,” Mahomes and Matthews each captioned their respective shots.
The happy couple had teased their nuptials to fans on Instagram all week as they enjoyed fun in the sun with their daughter and wedding party.
Matthews and Mahomes’ long-awaited day came over a year after the Chiefs quarterback — who led the team to a Super Bowl LIV victory — popped the question on his now-wife’s 25th birthday on Sept. 1, 2020.
Mahomes proposed at Arrowhead Stadium with an intricate display that included hundreds of white roses. The couple then shared an intimate candlelit dinner together, as revealed by photos posted to Matthews’ Instagram Story at the time.
“My heart is so full! I love this man so incredibly much and today was so so special!,” Matthews, a former pro soccer player, wrote on Instagram at the time. “Couldn’t imagine this day being any more perfect.”
After the proposal, Mahomes admitted he felt butterflies leading up to the big moment. In fact, he said he felt more nervous about asking Matthews to marry him than he did playing in his first Super Bowl.
“Probably proposing, I would say,” the NFL star told KCSP 610 Sports Radio when asked to compare the two moments. “You don’t think it’s going to be nerve-racking when you’ve been with someone for so long, but before you get on that knee, man, your heart’s racing. I promise you that.”
Since Mahomes secured the Super Bowl win in February 2020, things have only looked up for the longtime couple.
A few months after the game, Mahomes and the Chiefs agreed on a $450 million extension that includes a $140 million injury guarantee and is considered one of the largest sports contracts in history. Mahomes has been with the Chiefs since 2017 when he was selected in the first round of the draft.
Mahomes later surprised the sports world when he became a part-owner of the Kansas City Royals. By joining the ownership group, Mahomes became the youngest part-owner in sports history, per CNBC.
However, the most special news of all came when the couple announced they were expecting their first child together. Matthews dropped the news with an Instagram post featuring two photos of her holding a sonogram as Mahomes hugged her belly. “Mom & Dad, taking a small detour to the wedding❤️,” she wrote at the time.
Since then, Mahomes and the Chiefs made it to another Super Bowl, though ultimately lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.