Michelle Filber became the bride of Michael Norby Aug. 4. The Rev. Andrew Johnson officiated during the 2 p.m. ceremony at Racine Bible Church in Sturtevant. Stephanie Seefeldt was the pianist and soloist.
Parents of the bride are Heidi and George Filber III of Racine. The bride is the granddaughter of Arthur and Doris Petzke of Racine; Barbara Filber of Racine; and the late George Filber Jr.
Mother of the groom is Robin Tusler of DeKalb, Ill. Grandparents of the groom are Clyde and Karen Siefert of Racine.
Maid of honor was Gina Rossing, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Amy Koehler, Megan Prindle and Stephanie Miller. Flower girls were Isabella Kalashian and Hannah Kalashian, cousins of the groom. Bridal attendants were Jackie Minatelli and Amanda Chavez.
Best man was Daniel Miller, friend of the bride and groom. Groomsmen were George Filber IV (bride's brother), Tyler Albrecht and Benjamin Opheim. Ring bearer was Nolan Johnson.
Nathan Tusler (groom's brother), Brian Anderson and Mark Rygh were the ushers.
The reception was held at Racine Bible Church. Nikki Tusler (groom's sister) was the signature frame attendant. The bride wore her great-grandmother's diamond necklace. The couple had a Green Bay Packers groom's cake and a Danish groom's cake (krahsekage) made by the bride's great-aunt Fayna Wasik. The reception was catered by friends of the couple, Cortney Anderson and Ruby Johnson.
The couple went on a road trip from Wisconsin through Canada to Alaska for their honeymoon.
The Norbys are living in Glennallen, Alaska, and are employed by the Caribou Hotel. Michelle, 24, is a housekeeper, and Michael, 23, is a desk clerk. The bride is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a degree in elementary education. The groom is a Bible student at Alaska Bible College and plans to graduate in May.