Weddings - Paige and Andrew Boldt

    OMAHA -- Paige Hansen and Andrew Boldt, both of Omaha, exchanged marriage vows on February 27, 2021 at A View on State in Omaha. The 5 p.m. double ring outdoor ceremony was performed by Jodi Wendt.
    Parents of the bride are Joey and Jennifer Hansen, Harlan. Parents of the groom are Jared and Jennifer Boldt, Gretna, NE; and Michelle Pagliuca, Elkhorn, NE.
    The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father, Joey Hansen. Paige’s accessories included a cross necklace which had belonged to her grandmother, the late Connie Berkley. Matron of honor was Lee Burchett, aunt of bride, Harlan. Attending as bridesmaids were Danielle Meek, sister of bride, Atlantic; Alex Nielsen, sister of bride, Bellevue, NE; and Leslie Bielenberg, aunt of bride, Harlan.
    Flower girls were the bride’s nieces, Madelyn Meek, Eleanor Meek, Korra Meek all of Atlantic. The bride’s personal attendants were Barratt McKibbin, Omaha; and Meghan Harrison, Harlan.
    The groom’s accessories included his grandfather’s bolo tie and belt buckle. Best man was Jesse Bowdino, Valley, NE. Serving as groomsmen were Evan Boldt, brother of groom, Gretna, NE; Tanner Hester, Valley, NE; and Geoff Harrison, Harlan.    
    A reception and dance were also held at A View on State.
    The bride is a 2015 graduate of Harlan Community High School. Paige earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and organizational leadership from Buena Vista University. She is a student in the master’s program for clinical mental health counseling at Buena Vista University with plans to graduate in 2023. She is also employed as a deposit services customer specialist at Arbor Bank, Omaha.
    The groom is a 2015 graduate of Elkhorn High School, NE. He is employed as a body shop technician in Omaha.
    The newlyweds are planning a honeymoon this fall to Estes Park, CO. The Boldts are at home in Millard, NE.

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