Linsay Way and Grant Radermacher of Menomonee Falls were married Sept. 21, 2010, at the Shrine of Mary-Holy Hill Basilica in Hubertus.
Parents of the bride are Corrie and Christopher Way of Paris in Ontario, Canada. Parents of the groom are Lois and Keith Radermacher of Hubertus.
The Rev. Emmanuel Betasso and the Rev. John Grennon officiated the 1:30 p.m. ceremony. A reception followed at Bristlecone Pines Country Club in Hartland.
The bride wore an ivory gown with tiers of lace and a full train by Pronovias Designers. She carried roses and purple hydrangeas.
Maids of honor were Carrie Way of Toronto, sister of the bride, and Renee Pugsley of Ottowa, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Michelle Chapin of Brantford in Ontario, Holly Radermacher of Hubertus and Casey Perrodou of Brantford.
Best man was Jordan Radermacher of Hubertus, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Joel Molitor of Burlington, Collin Fatke of Nashville, Jared Radermacher of Onalaska and Christopher Nigbor of Minneapolis.
Flower girl was Cassidy Chapin of Brantford, friend of the bride.
The bride and groom earned doctorate of chiropractic degrees from Palmer College in Davenport, Iowa. She practices at the Chiropractic Care Center in Menomonee Falls. He practices at Radermacher Chiropractic in Germantown.
The couple planned a four-day honeymoon in Door County.
They met at Palmer College in October 2007. A year ago, on a snowy Sunday, Grant took Linsay on a sleigh ride and proposed.