Martina and Ryan's wedding was filled with elements that represented their personalities, and their wedding video was among those. For the video, they chose Snow Patrol's Signal Fire, a track that they both love. "We are both fans of the band and wanted a song that had a clear build-up to show the different emotions in a wedding. We also loved the message of the song. Our videographer suggested a couple of other songs that we were also okay with, but he decided to use our suggestion, which made us really happy," shares the bride.

While the couple picked the song for the video, they let their videographer from Cinemaworks by John de Guzman do the rest. The bride says, "We put our full trust in our videographer, and did not have any special instructions or requests. We just asked him to do what he does best. Luckily, our videographer just quietly shot us throughout the day that we didn't really notice him. He wasn't in our faces at all. Even if there was a little acting at the end, it was all still very natural and comfortable."

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