How do I book you and how much does it cost?

Drop me a note so we can go over all the glorious details of your wedding! Start thinking about what vibe you’re going for. Do you want a rustic outdoorsy wedding? A bright beach wedding? An elegant black tie event? I want to get to know your personality and see what your mood board looks like so we can create some stunning images together. The next steps to secure a spot with me would be to sign the wedding photography contract highlighting which package you chose and send me your downpayment. After that, we’ll be in touch periodically as the timeline for your wedding gets finalized, and then I’ll be there bright and early on your wedding day to get started! The reminder of the payment is due on the wedding day. You can find a list of my wedding packages right here, and don’t hesitate to send me an email or give me a call to discuss! The packages are rough outlines, but they can be tailored based on your specific needs!

What happens on the day of my wedding?

I’ll capture you getting ready, the details, the ceremony, family photos, couple portraits, the reception, and any other special moments happening! Basically I’ll be right next to you all day long, snapping away posed and candid shots. I like to have the couple make a shot list of all the most important moments they’d like captured throughout the day, that way I can make sure I don’t miss them! You can find an example wedding shot list here.

Why should I hire you for my wedding?

Great question! Let me start by saying that I LOVE love. Like, seeing people in love is my jam, and photography is my favorite thing in the entire world, so combining those two makes for a great wedding day! Besides being super cheerful and excited, I have 8 years of photography experience to back it up, including styled shoots in New York City for wedding dress designer Hayley Paige, and my fellow Missouri gal Kirsten Paige dresses. But don’t just take my word for it! Check out a few testimonials from some wonderful clients I’ve had over the years!

I hate being photographed--help?!

First of all, take a deep breath! Over half of the individuals I photograph don't feel super comfortable in front of the camera, so no need to be worried. I'm very used to helping you pose and feel comfortable during our photoshoot so we can get the best photos possible. Feel free to check out my posing guide to give you some ideas before the shoot.

Simply put, Gaby is an amazing individual with extraordinary talent. She is just a natural at getting great shots. She puts herself in the perfect spot to get the perfect shot. Gaby shot our engagement shoot on the Brooklyn Bridge and in Central Park. She made us feel at ease, she was very professional and got us greats shots. I definitely recommend her for your next photo shoot, whatever it may be.

-Nancy C.

I don’t always feel comfortable in front of a camera, but with Gaby she instantly made me feel like myself! She helped me pose but in a way that was natural and flattering but never stiff. The pictures were so beautifully done and uniquely her own, I get many compliments on the photos and always know to pass off the credit to Gaby! When I get married, she will be my first call before the venue or caterer, and the biggest factor in picking the date!

-Bailey L.

I'll be honest, I do not like to get my picture taken. My time as a child model has long past and once I got engaged I loathed the idea of having my picture taken for 3+ hours. However, having Gaby as our photographer made the entire process super fun and extremely easy. Her attitude and passion for photography made the entire process something, to my surprise, that I truly enjoyed. Gaby showed a true love and appreciation for being the person taking our engagement pictures and I am confident that is not something you will find in anyone else. I could go on and on on why I think Gaby is one of the premier photographer's out there but I highly recommend you find out for yourself. I promise you will not regret it for a second.

-Tyler H.

Gaby was the ideal wedding photographer. She shot our engagement photos and our wedding day. My husband and I are both awkward in front of the camera, but she made us comfortable and coaxed natural poses out of us. She also captured so many precious candids. The photos arrived so much more quickly than I expected and were edited beautifully. Incredible experience.

-Lauren K.

Do you shoot destination weddings?

Yes, I absolutely do! In fact, destination weddings are some of the most fun shoots I’ve been a part of. A few of my favorite cities included London, England; Nassau, Bahamas; San Diego, California; and Vero Beach, Florida! A flat $1,000 travel fee is added for destinations in the continental US. Drop me an email if you’re thinking of booking me outside the USA and we can discuss!

Do I get prints?

Some wedding photographers offer packages that include prints, which is super awesome! I’ve found that my clients love the flexibility of getting all of the digital files from their special day so they can choose which ones they’d like to get printed on their own. However, I do recommend mpix.com for getting prints made of your photos. They are really high quality and have a super speedy turnaround time. I also use Mpix for my Etsy store prints, and they've always provided the most high quality images for me.

What’s your wedding photography style?

My background is in portraiture and fashion, so I definitely love to bring those elements when I’m shooting weddings. I like to style the details, plan bridal portraits, and make the couple look like they’re on the cover of Vogue. If you’re looking for photos that look like they’re straight out of a Pinterest page, I’m your gal! Think cute, bright, and fun!

Can you send me the RAW photos?

A huge part of the photography process is the editing that happens after the shoot. Editing styles vary greatly between photographers, and when we do the shoot, I capture the images with the editing style in mind. So to give the RAW, unedited files, I’d be doing you a disservice by only completing half of the process included in our photoshoot. Don’t worry, I’ll send you high resolution JPEG files so you can get all the prints made, but my policy is that I don’t give out RAW files. If you're looking for a shoot where you have access to the RAW files, I'm not your gal.

How many photos do I get from my wedding?

The amount of photos you'll receive correlates to the number of hours I shoot at your wedding. For 5-6 hours of wedding photography, you'll receive between 300-500 images. For 7-8 hours, it would be around 400-600 images, and for 9-10 hours, 600-800 images. It varies per wedding, but to get the most amount of photos from your day, you need a schedule that allows time to take pictures! Throughout the process leading up to your wedding, we'll work closely together to make sure the timeline allows enough room to get some stunning shots!

Can you Photoshop me?

I like to highlight all the best parts about you and don't believe in altering people in Photoshop to look unlike themselves. That being said, small details like blemishes and frizzy hair can be removed to show you in your best light. I brighten all the images, color correct, and smooth out the skin. Any other body alterations beyond that won’t make you look like you, and isn’t part of the package. If you have any areas that you’re concerned about, give me a heads up before the shoot and we can talk about it.



Check out my page on The Knot!

I'm super excited to announce that I have been selected in Best of Weddings 2020 from The Knot! You can view my page right here and have a look at my favorite wedding photos I've taken over the past few years!

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A few cities I've shot weddings in:

Chicago, IL

New York, NY

Nassau, Bahamas

Boston, MA

St. Louis, MO

West Palm Beach, FL

San Diego, CA

London, England

Kansas City, KS

Orlando, FL

Have you checked out my new wedding Instagram? Go give it a like!

My Pinterest page is another spot for all things wedding, including recent shoots from San Diego and Orlando!

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