I'm April and welcome to my blog! I am the heart behind April Smith Photography. Grab a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine!) and have a look around! From my latest wedding to suggestions and information on how to plan a wedding this is where I share my knowledge and experiences from being a wedding photographer.
In the winter time, the Erie Bayfront can be brutal. But on a warm July day, it is one of the best spots around! Catherine & Jeff got married lakeside on the Sunset Terrace of the Bayfront Convention Center complete with sun, smiles, and wind! After the ceremony guests were lead indoors for cocktail hour […]
From the engagement session to wedding day the communication flowed effortlessly between Brittany and I. Email truly is a beautiful thing! You would think that photographing weddings on routine bases that they would become kinda cookie cutter in a sense. Nope. Not a chance! This is why communication is vital in preparation for a wedding […]
Oh, October how I love you! It amazes me every year how fast August and September fly by! And it makes me kinda sad because September and into October has to be my favorite time of year! Warm days and cool nights. A new crispness in the air that things are about to change. A […]
Jenn & Hayden love the country! When I first met them they were this sweet quiet couple sitting on my couch in my office. We talked about things they enjoyed doing as a couple, how they met and how Hayden proposed! But one of the things we talked about was that Jenn’s grandparents had recently […]
The end of July already?! Summer please slow down! The girls have been busy this month with swimming, basketball camp and sleeping in! It is summer after all 😉 Wedding season is in full swing and I have to admit we’ve been eating out entirely too much! I did break down and took the girl’s […]
When Megan & Andrew were in high school getting married was the farthest idea in their future plans! But sometimes God has a way of bringing two people together that were meant to be. Maybe not in high school but later in life when they both realized what they had and what could be. It […]