Parents of the bride are Paul Struck and Linda Struck of Cherokee. The groom's parents are James Davison and the late Linda Davison of Omaha.
The bride wore a Maggie Soterro strapless full A-line skirt with a corset closure. The pearl with pewter accent satin gown had a beaded embroidery bodice and a skirt and train made up of bustle tucks. She carried a bouquet of red and white lilies and red dahlias.
The bride's attendants wore black strapless floor length gowns. Matron of honor was Karina Cascione. Bridesmaids were Christa Prescott, Stephanie Biskup, sister of the groom, Natalie Erlandson, and Keelie Struck, sister-in-law of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Kaylee Biskup, niece of the groom. Flower girls were Samantha and Brooke Biskup, nieces of the groom. The bride's personal attendants were Karla and Hillary Wilkie, cousins and friends of the bride.
The groom and groomsmen wore black tuxedos by After Six. Best man was Brent Pearson. Groomsmen were Bob Davison, brother of the groom, Adam Struck, brother of the bride, Shad Irish, and Tom Sladek. Ring bearers were Jackson and Noah Struck, nephews of the bride.
Soloist was Brandie Dublinske, singing "Bless the Broken Road" and "Feels Like Home." She was accompanied by the pianist, Randi Erlandson.
Guest book attendant was Lindsey Ross Chavez, cousin of the bride. Candle lighters were Hillary and Eric Wilkie, cousins of the bride. Tom Ross, uncle of the bride, and Amber Frantum provided the readings. Kathy Pearson, a friend of the groom, made the square four tier wedding cake, decorated with red ribbon and flowers. It was served by Kim Jacobsen, sister of the groom, and Jenni Davison, sister-in-law of the groom.
Following the wedding, a dinner reception was held at the WITCC Conference Center. Hosts and hostesses were Tom and Shirley Ross, uncle and aunt of the bride, and Joe Reedy and Deb Clarke, friends of the bride.
Following a honeymoon to the Pacific Northwest, the couple is at home in Omaha, Nebraska.