What is Marryoke?
According to Wikipedia, Marryoke is a trend within the wedding industry which involves participants miming and performing a song of their choice. The footage is usually shot on the wedding day although it is not an activity exclusive to weddings. Once filmed, the footage is edited together so that it appears as if the participants are performing the song themselves. The phrase Marryoke is a play on the word karaoke due to their similarities; however a marryoke involves no actual singing from the participants being included in the final edit as the participants singing is lip synced to the original artist in editing. Marryoke is becoming popular as a form of wedding entertainment fun for guests.
Here’s Broddie & Donna’s version of it as executed by our team.
I Will Save You (Full version)
I have always wanted to do something different. Finally, I was given the opportunity to create a prenup video that has never been done before.
These shots make the most of the wedding SDE’s:
Veil-drop in slowmotion.
The groom wearing his shoes.
Bride’s beauty shot w/ bouquet.
The shot of the gown in the garden.
Groom wearing his coat.
Bride writing her vow.
Groom’s moment with his groomsmen.
Macro shot of the spinning ring.
And the 1st dance of the couple.
The quintessentials of a wedding videographer. These are what couples usually are asked to do during the wedding day to complete your ordinary same-day-edit video. But Biboy & Aylene, they’re just extra-ordinary.
Watch this SDE-ish prenup video in high defition.
Location: Caramoan Island, Camarines Sur, Philippines
Photo & Styling: Visionary Photography by Jervy Santiago
HMU: Macy Masocol-Aguilar
Shot in Singapore 2 days before their ROM. Bens and Kath will have a 2nd wedding in the Philippines come September of this year.