Still photos provide an image of a moment in time, but wedding videos capture both movement and sound. With a wedding video, you'll be able to hear your spouse gasp during your first look, your dad's toast, and your mom's laughter. You might also want to consider having a videographer to cover other events as part of your wedding, like your rehearsal dinner, or the bridal party and groomsmen preparing for the big day. Most videographers will provide you with edited wedding videos (a highlight reel and an edited wedding film), and some will also provide your raw footage. Here are Kelowna’s best wedding videographers.