Drew And Kayla Gottfried Thought Their Wedding Video Had Been Erased It turns out, 14 years later, that a video was hiding among old boxes at their church. Drew surprised Kayla with the video by screening it at local movie theater on their anniversary.

Drew And Kayla Gottfried Thought Their Wedding Video Had Been Erased

Drew And Kayla Gottfried Thought Their Wedding Video Had Been Erased

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It turns out, 14 years later, that a video was hiding among old boxes at their church. Drew surprised Kayla with the video by screening it at local movie theater on their anniversary.

SARAH MCCAMMON, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Sarah McCammon. Drew and Kayla Gottfried have relied on photos and memories to relive the magic of their wedding day. That's because their wedding video got erased - or so they thought. Turns out it was hiding in old boxes at their church. Drew surprised Kayla with the video by screening it at a local theater on their anniversary. Kayla told The Washington Post that 14 years have gone by and she still feels that young, giddy love. It's MORNING EDITION.

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