Something different for a wedding video montage

We have so far done many posts on creative and one of a kind wedding photography. With the start of a fresh new year, we are pleased to share more ideas on what couples all over the world have done to make their big day unique. This time round, its the video montage that can be seen at all wedding banquets.

The mention of a video montage in Singapore usually reminds guests of a 10 minute or so video showing intimate childhood, family and dating moments of the couple. In Taiwan, this is seemingly the tradition too. However, this couple decided to use this time, not as a recap of their love story, but as an appreciation and memory of one living thing important in their lives – their pet dog, Ou Bao.

The almost 6 minutes long video initially recounts how Ou Bao, a previously abandoned stray dog rescued from the shelters, came to the life of this couple. But the video tells not just that. Towards the end, the trailer of Taiwanese documentary ‘Twelve Nights’ 《十二夜》, which depicts the sad fate of stray dogs captured in shelters and are put up for adoption for only 12 days before they are put out, is included as a support for the film’s message to adopt and avoid irresponsible buying and/or abandoning of our pets.

We love how the couple used their wedding for a rightful cause and we hope you’d love this too.