Wedding Photography at St Mary's Church in Greasley

Wedding Photography at St Mary's Church in Greasley - SaywellHQ Nottingham Wedding Photography

Sophie and Adam were married St Mary's Church in Greasley


My day started with Sophie and the girls (and Dad) getting ready, I have to say a big thank you to Sophie's Mum and Dad who were great with me on the day, Can;t be easy having a random stranger in your house!

The guys were married at the St Mary's Church in Greasley which wasn't too far from Sophie's Mum and Dad's place. Although the restrictions on photographing the ceremony were the most restrictive I have had, we still managed to get some great shots of the ceremony.

The Aftershow party was held at Alfreton Hall, which has a lovely feel and some grand rooms. 

There were a few surprises on the night, the casino, the fireworks, and the biggest surprise - Sophie and her Dad rocking some awesome dance moves!

Below are a few pictures from the day - all the images were captured using 2x Fujifilm XT2s, 1x X100f, 23mm f1.4, 23mm f2, 35mm F2, 50mm f2, 56mm f1.2 and the 50-140mm f2.8.

If you are interested in my relaxed, unposed, natural, candid, documentary wedding photography - please get in touch 


Andy was absolutely amazing and we couldn’t have asked for a better photographer, he was everything we were after and captured our day beautifully! Every step before the big day was well organised and we knew exactly what to expect. Andy made everyone feel relaxed, especially the morning of the wedding. There was no intrusive or forced photos so every picture showed natural laughs, smiles and tears. We felt our day had been captured perfectly and Andy didn’t miss a moment. We went for the full day package and would highly recommend as it captured every part of the day even until the late evening. Photos were quickly and professional returned back to us and we loved that we have our own personal access to them as well as the images on a DVD. Thank you again Andy for capturing our day and making it truly the best day ever!
— Sophie