Canmore Mountain Elopement by Milton Photography

It List member Justine Milton of Milton Photography has a way of capturing moments that leaves us truly breathless. Today's Canmore Mountain Elopement is everything we love about both elopements and the beautiful Canadian Rockies. The colors, the textures and the natural beauty that surrounds this location is exquisite.

From photographer Justine Milton. Weddings at the heart of it, are most importantly about the bond between two people who are about to embark on the greatest adventure of their lives. It isn't about a fancy venue, a big bridal party, or a ten tier cake. Sometimes, the simplest weddings are the most beautiful. When you realize all you need is the person you love, standing next to you. That is the real beauty. With the desire to be truly present with one another during your vows. No distractions from friends or family. Our couple decided to elope and be truly present for their special day. They hoped for an intimate and carefree ceremony, with their only distractions being the sounds of nature. For the overall design, we allowed nature to choose the colours and tones for their wedding day. Drawing inspiration from the beautiful mountains of Canmore, Alberta and the turquoise river, the florals displayed a lovely combination of creams, ivories greens, and accents of dusty rose and sandy tones.

Photographer: Milton Photography | Floral Designer: Amy Sanderson | Event Designer: Birds & Honey | Dress Store: Delica Bridal | Dress Designer: Hayley Paige | Ribbon: Stella Wolfe | Ring Box: The Mrs Box | Beauty: The Pretty Haus | Calligrapher: The Weekend Type

Hey there! I am Justine Milton and I am a fine art film photographer. I love sitcoms, sour candies and shoes! I love that my work allows me to meet new people and capture life long memories. My super cute husband, Alan Carey, is my second shooter, film loader, and assistant. Together we travel all over the world capturing weddings. Between the two of us we’ve been to 32 countries and can get by in 4 languages. My style is a mix of fine art and photojournalism. I capture naturally beautiful moments as they happen. I don’t force things, and the results are photographs as unique and beautiful as you are.
— Justine Milton & Alan Carey