Jas and Mike incorporated quirky details into their wedding to make it fun, and their wedding video captured the same vibe that their celebration exuded. The couple chose Melee's Built to Last to accompany their video. The bride says, "The moment I heard it from a local radio station in Singapore a few months before our wedding, I immediately informed Mike. On that same day, we watched the official music and we both liked it, simply because we wanted a happy song that would tell our story."

The couple hired Wang Videography to do their video, and Jas had a special instruction on the day of the wedding. She shares, "I just couldn't forget my conversation with one of the videographers that day. I told him, 'Gusto namin masaya, ha.' Then he replied, 'Lalabas 'yan kung masaya ka talaga.'" With the finished output of their videographers, one could say that the couple was indeed genuinely happy on their special day.

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