The sun is getting warmer and days are getting longer, which means the new wedding season is approaching. I'm looking forward to photographing weddings both in UK and Ireland this year, and overall I'm travelling a lot more. There are few dates left available for 2015, so whether you are planning a destination wedding somewhere in Europe, or getting married in London or Ireland, do get in touch! Weddings I photographed over the past year or so have been getting a lot of love in the press recently, both on blogs and in magazines.



The wedding season of 2013 ended with a bang last Saturday! Lucy and Anthony had the most perfect day and got married on a Devonshire coast on a warm Indian Summer day. I'm looking forward to start working on their images and sharing their gorgeous wedding in due course)) I've been a very lucky photographer this year and witnessed so many wonderful people getting married and their beautiful wedding days.


I'm half way through the wedding season and still have lots of beautiful weddings to photograph until the end of September (really hoping for a warm indian summer and many golden hours!). I will be blogging weddings through autumn and winter, and I also have a couple of personal projects planned, which I must must must find time for! Lots of planning and plotting! :) In autumn I will also be sharing wedding styling ideas as well as posts from my brides about what it was like to plan their weddings)) Lots of goodness to come to these pages! I haven't shared any recent publications or features of my work in a while, so I thought I better)) One of the most exciting recent ones was a feature of Harry&Stu's Bath wedding in Japanese edition of ELLE Weddings magazine. It landed at my door yesterday, and it's kind of funny seeing my images along with the text I don't understand))

The very beautiful Reverie Magazine dedicated 8 pages to a Bridal Beauty shoot I did last year together with Elizabeth - wonderful blogger behind Bridal Musings:

A couple of images from Stephanie&Gary's Dodmoor House wedding were published in WEDDING magazine:

And Nicola&Jon's Butley Priory wedding from last year was published in Wedding Ideas Magazine:



This post is a combination of weekly finds, published posts, and eye candy. A real visual feast for the eyes and maybe an inspiration for your wedding styling. A few weeks ago I was asked to photograph pretty cakes, stationery and flowers for the spring issue of the beautiful Reverie Magazine (UK's first online wedding magazine). Of course I said yes! Give me pretty any time of the day)) I really enjoyed this shoot, which was at a completely different pace to the wedding. It's also so easy to photograph something so beautiful. I loved the styling by Mary Lee Herrington, quirky colourful stationery, pretty cakes and unusual flower designs (my favourite arrangement was by Thoughtful Flowers). The photoshoot took place at one of my favourite London wedding venues One Marylebone. With huge windows the light there is out of this world!

Check out the spring issue of the Reverie. It is full of inspiration and beautiful photography))

Stationery - Artcadia (; Butter cookies in the shape of birds - Peggy Porshen (; Floral design - Thoughtful Flowers

Stationery - Coquette Paper and Press (; Bouquet and buttonwhole - By Appointment Only Design (; Cakes - Victoria Made (

Stationery - Hello Lucky (; Cakes - Rosalind Miller Cakes (; Bouquet - By Appointment Only Design (

Styling by Mary Lee Herrington

Photography by Dasha Caffrey


Last year I got to shoot some really beautiful weddings for wonderful couples. Images from those weddings are going places and are featured on many wedding blogs, seen in wedding magazines and on Pinterest. So happy to see Anna and Pav's vintage inspired wedding on the pages of the March/April issue of Wedding Flowers magazine. Anna was very excited when she heard the magazine asked me if her wedding could be published:

Jasmine and Adrian's vineyard wedding in Bordeaux was featured on Style Me Pretty! Jasmine put so much effort into styling their wedding day, so seeing her own wedding on the pages of her favourite wedding blog was very special: