Courtney

and

Conner

Courtney and Conner

Please join us for our wedding celebration on

Welcome!

JANUARY 2021 UPDATE:
The health and safety of our friends and family is our priority! With that being said, we will be sending virtual save the dates and invitations in waves to keep with current WA guidelines. If you received our Save the Date, know that we want you at our wedding to celebrate our special day with us. We hope that we are able to safely celebrate with as many of you as we can.

If you receive a formal invitation, we ask that you RSVP as soon as possible if you aren't able to attend or are not comfortable attending. If that is the case, we completely understand and respect your decision. We want to celebrate with all of our friends and family, but we want everyone to be as comfortable as possible.

Thank you again for all of your patience and understanding during this uncertain time.
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Conner and Courtney met at Washington State University during spring semester of 2015. Courtney was a part of Chi Omega sorority and Conner was a part of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. They were set up together on a ski trip date dash by their close friends and from then on, Conner and Courtney have been adventuring together ever since.

In August 2018, Conner proposed to Courtney in the Beartooth Mountains which are located in south central Montana and northwestern Wyoming. Courtney was working as a newscast director in Billings, MT when Conner came to visit her and their dog Bear. Conner and Courtney drove up the Beartooth Highway and parked for a picnic and hike. Conner spotted a beautiful, tall granite rock across a small lake to view other sites in the area. There was one thing they didn't know and that Bear was afraid of heights. So when they got to the base of the rock, Bear put on the breaks. Courtney said that they didn't have to go all the way up but Conner insisted and carried Bear up all the way to the top of the rock. Courtney followed and once she got to the top decided to peer over the ledge to see what the water looked like. In the meantime, Conner cleared his throat causing Courtney to turn around. He was down on one knee and popped the "will you marry me" question.

NEW invitations will be sent out via emails. Please RSVP through the service we have chosen when it comes to that time. The invitations are for those individuals or families listed on the invite only. Please contact Courtney or Conner regarding additional guest requests.
Email: courtney.j.larson@comcast.net
Courtney Cell: 253-205-4232
Conner Cell: 509-551-2561

Dress code: Semi-formal

They can't wait for everyone to join in on the wedding celebration. There will be dancing, plenty of photos taken, and amazing music performed all night.
Amy Kross