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Why is wedding videography important?




When we think about weddings, we often think of photographs first. But at Calling Mountains, we believe that capturing the emotion of your special day is truly only possible through video.


Take, for example, a recent wedding we filmed for Savannah and Jordan at the stunning Sunwolf venue in Squamish. The picturesque backdrop of the mountains, the gentle flow of the river, and the intimate moments shared between the couple and their loved ones—it was all brought to life through our lens. While photos can freeze a moment in time, video allows you to relive the sounds, the movements, and the raw emotions that make your wedding day unique.




Many of our couples have shared with us that on their anniversaries, they don't sift through thousands of photos. Instead, they watch their five-minute wedding recap video. It's a tradition that has become a cherished part of their celebrations. There's something magical about watching your vows, hearing the laughter of your friends and family, and seeing the joy and love that filled the air on that day.

The key is to find a videography team whose style resonates with yours. When done by the right team, a wedding video isn't just a recording of events—it's a crafted narrative that captures the essence of your love story. Our goal at Calling Mountains is to create a film that allows you to feel the love and excitement of your wedding day every time you watch it.





We are passionate about preserving these precious moments, and we believe that video is the most powerful way to do so. So if you're planning your wedding and wondering whether to invest in videography, consider this: photographs can show you what your wedding looked like, but a well-made video will let you experience what it felt like.


Let us help you capture your day, so you can relive it over and over again, feeling all the emotions that made it so special.


Warmly, The Calling Mountains Team



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