Welcome friend, my name is Gabi
A wedding & elopement photographer by day, an event planner, and a location scout by night.
I'm based in Cambridge, UK, but ready to travel wherever your love story takes me. I am here every step of the way to make the best day of your life happen and create some timeless images that you’ll be able to enjoy for years to come. I'll be next to you, climbing that mountain on the day of your wedding, or running with camera in hand on the beach, and sharing the joy of every second of your outdoor adventure!
i’m the person behind the camera
I firmly believe your wedding should be exactly how YOU want it to be, not because years of tradition told you to do so. If this sounds like you, let's do this thing and create an experience that lasts a lifetime with images that tell your love story!
Your Unique Elopement Experience
01. SHOULD YOU ELOPE?
Eloping is a great option for couples who value intimacy, privacy, and flexibility. It allows you to focus on your love and commitment without worrying about pleasing a large group of people or conforming to tradition. Eloping can also be a way to save money on wedding expenses, as you won't have to pay for a venue, catering, decorations, and other vendors.
02. PICK A LOCATION
One of the most exciting aspects of eloping is that you can choose any location that's meaningful and special to you. Whether it's a mountaintop, beach, forest, or cityscape, the world is your oyster. When picking a location, consider factors like accessibility, privacy, and natural beauty. You may also want to think about whether you need to obtain permits or permissions to elope in certain locations.
03. SEASON & TIMELINE
The season and timeline of your elopement can also have a big impact on the experience. For example, if you want to elope in a popular destination, you may want to avoid peak tourist season to ensure privacy and avoid crowds. If you're eloping in a natural setting, you'll want to consider the weather.
04. GUEST LIST
The guest list for an elopement is typically much smaller than a traditional wedding, but it's still important to consider who will be in attendance. You want to make sure that the people you invite will make your special day even more memorable. For some couples, that might be just the two of them. For others, they may invite a few close friends or family members. Decide what works best for you as a couple and what kind of elopement you envision.
Logistics can be relatively simple, but there are still important details to consider. You will need to choose a location, decide on your outfits, arrange for any necessary transportation, and book accommodations if needed. Additionally, you may want to hire a photographer or videographer to capture your special day. With an elopement, you have more flexibility to create a unique experience that suits your personalities and preferences.
06. LEGAL DETAILS
Legal details are an essential part of planning, especially if you are getting married. Depending on the location, you may need to obtain a marriage license, and there may be specific requirements for how and where you can get married. It's crucial to research the legal requirements and deadlines for the area where you plan to elope. Consider hiring an elopement planner or an attorney to help guide you through the legal process.
Are the travel expenses included in your packages or covered additionally?
Some package includes travel costs, so make sure to check what is included in your selected package. If you are not sure, drop me a message.
How long does it take to recieve the photos after the elopement and how will those be delivered?
You'll receive your final images within 2-4 weeks from the date of your elopement. I deliver your photos using an online gallery service. You’ll have access to download your edited images from the gallery using a PIN code.
What if we want something more extreme for our elopement?
If you're looking for a more extreme elopement experience, the planning process may be slightly different. But whatever you have in mind, I'm totally up for it! ;)
Do we need a wedding officiant for our elopement? If yes, can you recommend one?
Whether or not you need a wedding officiant for your elopement will depend on your location and the legal requirements there. If you do need an officiant, there are many options available. You can hire a professional wedding officiant who specializes in elopements, or you can ask a friend or family member to become ordained online to officiate your ceremony. Make sure to research the legal requirements for officiants in your area and ensure that they are authorized to perform marriages.
We want to include our dog into the elopement ceremony and photos, is that okay?
I get asked this question a lot and yes, of course, you can bring those fur babies!! Be careful though because they may come home with me and not you haha!
What if we legally don’t get married on our elopement day?
If you choose not to legally get married on your elopement day, that's entirely up to you as a couple. You can still have a meaningful and romantic ceremony that celebrates your commitment to each other without making it a legal marriage.
We’re super awkward in front of the camera… will you help us pose?
Don’t even stress! Everyone feels awkward in front of a lens at first, but I'm here for you the whole way! I love to work in prompts and not poses that get you moving, laughing, and loving on each other. Your focus will surely shift from feeling awkward in front of the camera to hanging out with your best friend and forgetting I'm even there!
What is the best time of day for lighting?
Early morning light or sunset is PRIME for photos!
Can we wear more than one outfit to our session?
Yes! The more variety, the better! Stumped on what to wear? Feel free to shoot me a message, and I’ll be happy to send some inspo your way.