Hello! My apologies for the delay, I'm actually located in some of the outer bands of Hurricane Matthew and lost use of my computer last night, but have since gotten the issue resolved, and hopefully all will continue working over the next 2 days.
To answer your question, yes you should definitely send in all of the above mentioned documents, photos, and video footage to USCIS for their request for additional evidence. Given the fact that you were not present at the ceremony in the video footage, and that there were related cultural and perhaps other reasons for this, be sure that you get in all of the photos you have and the receipt of your wedding rings.
It would also be very persuasive if you can include other receipts or documents you might have of places the two of you have traveled together, or photos of dates you've been on, as other photos and documentation of your relationship other than the actual wedding ceremony is often what USCIS likes to see as well, to ensure that it's a bona fide marriage.
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