Katie Krance


Tony Schreck

Katie Krance and Tony Schreck

Please join us for our wedding celebration on

Our Story

Katie and Tony were introduced by a mutual friend the beginning of summer 2010. Tony noticed Katie's big eyes and Katie liked Tony's big smile. They hit it off and soon began dating. Tony and Katie grew together over their shared interests of dining at trendy restaurants, thoughtful conversation and dancing to electronic music. By the end of summer they were an official item!

While visiting Chicago, the city where they originally fell in love, Tony surprised Katie by asking her to marry him on July 25th, their sixth anniversary. Katie and Tony currently live in Los Angeles with their four rescue fur babies, two cats and two dogs: Yellow, Bajabee, Franklin and Stella.

We can't wait to make it official and look forward to sharing our big day with you in May!!


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Wedding Ceremony

2:30 PM, May 20, 2017
First Unitarian Church of Omaha
3114 Harney Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68131

Please note: There is free parking in the parking lot directly west of the church. There is additional parking in the parking garage next to the parking lot. The first three hours are free each additional hour is $1 per hour (with a maximum fee of $10 per 24-hour period).
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Cocktail Hour

4:00 PM, May 20, 2017
Livestock Exchange Building - North Ballroom
4920 South 30th Street, Tenth Floor, Omaha, Nebraska 68107

Hors d'oeuvres and cocktails will be provided.
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5:00 PM, May 20, 2017
Livestock Exchange Building - North Ballroom
4920 South 30th Street, Tenth Floor, Omaha, Nebraska 68107

Please note: If you are driving to our wedding we recommend using Lyft or Yellow Cab driving services for your ride home. These taxi services are available if you would like to enjoy the open bar at our reception. You may leave your car in the Livestock Exchange Buildings parking lot overnight.
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Comfort Inn at the Zoo, 2-star hotel

The Comfort Inn is 3 miles from the First Unitarian Church and the Livestock Exchange Building. It is also the closest hotel to my parents' houses and the zoo! This hotel has a pool, a fitness center, free WiFi and complimentary breakfast. Tony and I have stayed here and we will stay here again! Please note there is no complimentary shuttle at this hotel. Parking is free.
Call 402.342.8000 and reference the Krance-Schreck Courtesy Wedding Block.
You must book by April 19th to get the group rate of $79.99.

Element Omaha Midtown Crossing, 3-star hotel

The Element is a half mile from the First Unitarian Church and 4.5 miles from the Livestock Exchange Building. It offers a free shuttle to the church. This hotel is in the heart of the Midtown Crossing neighborhood and very close to the Blackstone District. It offers complimentary breakfast, free WiFi, kitchens in every room, a fitness center and bicycles to borrow. Please note parking is $10 per day.
Call 877.353.6368 and reference the Krance-Schreck Courtesy Wedding Block.
You must book by April 24th to get the group rate of $109.

DoubleTree Hilton Omaha Downtown, 4-star hotel

The DoubleTree is located one and a half miles from the First Unitarian Church and is 5 miles the Livestock Exchange Building. It offers a complimentary shuttle to the church. The DoubleTree is 6 blocks from Omaha's Old Market neighborhood. It offers an indoor pool, a fitness center and free WiFi. Please note parking is $10 per day.
Call 402-636-4906 and reference the Krance-Schreck Courtesy Wedding Block or call 1-800-222-8733 and mention the group code of KSW. You may also book online at the listed website.
You must book by April 24th to get the group rate of $114.

Eppley Airfield

Omaha's only airport. Navigating the small terminals is a breeze! The rental car area is also a conveniently short walk from the airport's entrance.

Explore Omaha

The Old Market


The Old Market is a historic neighborhood located in downtown Omaha. It is an area with boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. Take a horse drawn carriage ride, stroll inside The Passageway or grab homemade ice cream from Ted & Wally's. Katie's Mom very much recommends checking out the Old Market!

Gene Leahy Mall


This park is adjacent to the Old Market. The Gene Leahy Mall has a pair of giant slides, which are SUPER fun to slide down. There is also a nice walk way along a pond with sculptures and ducks you can feed. Follow the path down to Heartland of America Park and take a relaxing gondola ride.

Midtown Crossing & Blackstone District

midtowncrossing.com & blackstoneomaha.com

These neighborhoods both line Farnam Street. Enjoy in-theater dining at Marcus Cinema. Cruise down to the Blackstone District, where the Reuben sandwich was invented in the 1920s, and enjoy its many restaurants and bars. We recommend the Crescent Moon or Scriptown Brewing Company if you enjoy craft beer. If wine is what you prefer check out Corkscrew Wine & Cheese. While you're there have some farm to table ice cream from Coneflower!

Benson Neighborhood


Holy hipster heaven! Benson's business district on Maple Street offers the hippest bars, restaurants and boutiques in all of Omaha. We recommend Beercade, where you can drink tasty craft beers while playing vintage arcade and pinball machines. Come for the skinny jeans; stay for the fun.

Dundee Neighborhood


This beautiful neighborhood has a charming strip of restaurants, bars and boutiques along Underwood Avenue. Enjoy some hand churned ice cream at eCreamery. Tony recommends the Dundee Dell, which has one of the largest single malt scotch & whiskey selections outside of Scotland. Then swing by Warren Buffet's house and ask for some trading advice! ...Actually no. Don't do that. You will be arrested.

Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium


If you enjoy looking at animals in cages or have small children Omaha has one of the world's best zoos. We recommend the Lied Jungle, Aquarium, Gorilla Valley & Orangutan Forest exhibits. The Alaskan Adventure Splash Park and petting zoo are fun too!

Lauritzen Gardens


Omaha's beautiful botanical gardens and conservatory. Wander through the colorful rose gardens, new tropical plant conservatory, the Mount Fuji replica and many other garden features. Come, see the place 2 people out of 630 reviewed as "terrible" on TripAdvisor.com!

Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge


Ever wanted to stand in two states at once? Take a walk along the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge which connects Nebraska and Iowa. Bust out your camera and take a picture on the state line. Let the kids play in the splash park at the start of the path. 3000 feet of fun happens on Bob!

Joslyn Art Museum


Omaha's free art museum is home to 11,000 works of art and an internationally recognized collection of art by the explorers and artists from the American West. Bring your kids or inner child to the Art Works room, a place to experience visual arts. While at the museum check out the Chihuly and wave to the building you can see from the window -it was Katie's high school!

Omaha Children's Museum


Take your kids to the Omaha Children's Museum where they can learn and play through hands on activities and exhibits in the arts, culture and science. There is fun for children of all ages. Katie recommends the ball room and the old Richmond Gordman animal slides. Yay, it's a kid's museum!

Durham Museum


Visiting this Union Station turned museum is like stepping back into time. It features a range of exhibits on the region's history and heritage to science and industry. Jump inside some old passenger train cars. Drink a milk shake at the original soda fountain and candy shop during your visit.

El Museo Latino


Visit one of only 17 Latino museums in the United States, located in the heart of South Omaha, a culturally rich Mexican-American immigrant neighborhood. The museum offers exhibits that feature Latin American art, culture and history. While you are there drive south down 24th street and check out the Mexican pottery shops and taste some authentic cuisine.

Great Plains Black History Museum


The Great Plains Black History Museum focuses on the experience of African Americans in the Midwest. Originally opening 40 years ago, the museum not only features historical artifacts of African American Great Plains settlers, but also focuses on the historical and cultural achievements of African American's nationwide.

President Gerald Ford Birthsite


Check out President Gerald Ford's birth place. This nice space has gardens and many plaques with educational facts about our 38th President.

Another notable person's birth site to visit while you are here is civil rights leader Malcolm X was also born in Omaha. You also can drive by the childhood homes of Marlon Brando, Fred Astaire and Henry Fonda.

Boys Town


Take a tour of the historic, original Boys Town campus. For 100 years Boys town has been transforming the lives of at-risk youth. See the "He ain't heavy, Father... he's my brother" statue. You also can look at the Oscar Trophy Spencer Tracy gave to Father Flanagan, which he won for portraying Flanagan in the classic 1938 movie, Boys Town.

River City Star


Hop aboard the River City Star, a 1940s paddle-wheel style riverboat. Float down the Missouri River, which borders Omaha to the east. They have public sight seeing tours Saturdays and Sundays. We recommend you go on Sunday, since you will be a bit busy on Saturday!... ; )

Omaha Travel Website


Check out this website to find more Omaha attractions!


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