ALLIANCE — Millisa Chrastil, daughter of Mikeal and Kristina Chrastil of Kearney, was married to Caleb Korth, son of Bob and Lori Swedeen and the late Kent Korth of Alliance, March 14 in a double-ring ceremony at Hokie Bro’s, Broken Bow. The couple was wed by Pastor Doug Deneui of Pleasanton.
The bride wore an ivory satin, strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline. The dress had a ruffled chiffon skirt, high side slit, and a teal and black waist-sash. She carried a bouquet of seafoam blue and mint roses.
Maid of Honor was Randi Klimek of Omaha, cousin of the bride. The Bridesmaid was Brittani Gregg of Grand Island, friend of the bride. Jr. Bridesmaid was Megan Klimek of Omaha, cousin of the bride.
Best Man was Michael Korth of Greeley, Colo., cousin of the groom. There were three Groomsman, Aaron Korth of Alliance, brother to the groom, Ethan Korth of Alliance, brother to the groom, and Trey Neeley of Alliance, friend of the groom.
The reception followed the ceremony at Cobblestone One — Box Convention Center in Broken Bow were guests enjoyed a dinner and dance.
The bride, a 2008 graduate of Ravenna High School, received a degree in Business Administration from Chadron State College in 2012. She is currently a loan secretary for Security State Bank in Ansley.
The groom, a 2009 Alliance High School graduate, received a degree in Business Administration with an option in Management from Chadron State College in 2016. He is currently the assistant manager of the meat department at the Grocery Kart in Broken Bow.
The couple resides at Ansley.