The result is the same no matter which resonance form you use. Resonance forms are only formal representations, extreme forms of the true structure which is somewhere in between.
Note that to get from the blue resonance form to the red resonance form, you'd need to push an arrow:
So there is no real difference which resonance form you use - in the end you would draw exactly the same arrows. In the blue reaction, you draw two arrows. In the red reaction, you only draw one arrow. But, to get from the blue resonance form to the red resonance form, you have to draw one arrow anyway.
Don't read too much into the number of arrows or whatever - the only point I am trying to make is that from a mechanism-drawing perspective, it does not matter which resonance form you use, because all roads lead to the same product anyway. All those arrows are just formal bookkeeping.