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Fifties-Themed Valentine Boudoir Session

If ever there were a perfect time of year for love letters and boudoir beauty, this would be it. On the eve of Valentine’s Day weekend when romance it at a high and dreamy images like these from Justine Milton make your heart beat a little faster. And with a nod to Grease, it’s fifties theme is so on point. Get your blush on in the gallery.

From Justine MiltonThis session was designed with the song “Frankie My Love” from the Greece soundtrack in mind. There are love letters written and exchanged with the girls long distance love. The shoot has a bit of a 50′s vibe with the antique desk & the high wasted lingerie.

Photography: Justine Milton | Floral Design: Akiko Floral Artistry | Calligraphy: Rachel Jacobson | Accessories: Anthropologie | Hair & Make Up: Elizabeth Bernardin Blushed Beaute | Lingerie: Impish Lee | Photo Lab: Photo Vision | Venue: Private Residence | Vintage Rentals: Rus Vintage

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Rustic Alberta Summer Wedding

As I quickly approach my own wedding day in only a few short months, I continue to pin photos whenever I stumble upon new ideas. And this rustic celebration led to a whole bunch of additions, from the quotes along the aisle to the perfect sparkly touches. Milton Photography snapped them all and this gallery won’t be leaving my laptop anytime soon.


From The Bride… Our backdrop, centerpieces, party favors, invitations, and pretty much all the decor was handmade. I learned that buying materials second hand can make for really cheap reception decor! Brides are always looking to sell or rent their old decor, and it’s usually always cheaper than you could buy it for – and with a little DIY, you can make it look completely different than how the previous bride used it!

Make sure you start your diy projects in advance though! DIY projects can become very stressful and unenjoyable if you’re in a time crunch! Also, the more helpers you have, the faster and more fun a project usually is! If you provide some food and drink, your wedding elves can make a night out of helping you accomplish your DIY dreams!

The majority of the comments we received from our guests from our wedding it that the day was very personal and really showed off who we were as a couple, which I contribute mostly to the numerous DIY projects we did!

Photography: Milton Photography | Floral Design: Panda Flowers | Ceremony Venue: Deer Valley Meadows | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Victoria Lane Brides | Catering: A-1 Catering | Mens Attire: John's Men's Wear | Bridal Boutique: Bridal Couture

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Waterton Lakes National Park Anniversary Session

Anniversary sessions never fail to leave me super sappy and sentimental. No props needed, there is just something so wonderful about people coming together years after the big shebang to say – “after all these years, you’re still it.” So I couldn’t be more grateful that Marcie Meredith Photography shared her beautiful images of this couples’ beautiful story with us, and you can see why here.

From Marcie Meredith PhotographyDuring their 10 years of marriage, this couple has been through a lot. It was a sweet way to celebrate their upcoming anniversary by photographing their love in such a beautiful setting.

From The Couple…Our marriage is precious to us, and our time together as a family even more so. Two full military deployments to combat zone, and many months of away trainings to various locations, have made us forge a bond between us that cannot be broken by time or distance. Our three sons have shown us our best and worst traits, and they continue to help us grow as their own unique personalities allow our family to see and experience different perspectives. Much has happened since our wedding 10 years ago: between us three college degrees, three major open-heart surgeries for our second child, and half a dozen moves across the county. We would not change it–our marriage is what it is because of the things we have gone through together. We look forward to seeing how the next 10 years will strengthen it even more.

Photography: Marcie Meredith Photography | Clothing: H&M | Venue: Waterton Lakes National Park