When deciding if you would like to include videography in your wedding budget, it’s important to know that there is a major difference between the two. While photography captures beautiful still moments, videography captures moments and words in action. In a beautiful way, videography captures moments, that just can’t be captured with photography. It’s two different mediums, telling the same story.


Most photographers are very comfortable working with videographers, and will do their best to accommodate for each other’s needs. We love working alongside videographers and are most of the time glued to the hip because we want to be in the same place at all times. If you’re a bride considering videography, know that you can successfully have both and the outcomes will be different! Communicate with your photographer that you will have a videographer on your wedding day and make sure there are not any adjustments that need to be made.

Chris & Toni Wheaton with Heartstone Films



Just in case you haven’t seen our beautiful wedding photos, be sure to visit:

Our Wedding Part One
Our Wedding Part Two

I would be remiss if I didn’t share with you our incredible wedding film by Heartstone Films. We cannot recommend them highly enough! Not only do they create incredible films, but they are so much fun to work with at a wedding. If you’re considering a videographer, consider Heartstone Films. Now go grab a tissue… I cry every time!

Callie + Jamie | A Charleston, SC Wedding Film from Heart Stone Films on Vimeo.

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