Loving Husband Rents out Movie Theatre to Play Wife Long-Lost Video of Their Wedding

Loving Husband Rents out Movie Theatre to Play Wife Long-Lost Video of Their Wedding

  • The couple were told that their wedding video had been erased accidentally moments after their wedding
  • According to the husband, he knew the footage was lost fourteen years ago
  • He, however, made his recent anniversary special by renting out a film theatre to show his wife the recovered wedding video

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The hubby said he was given the footage by a friend who found it at church.
The couple thought they had lost their wedding video. Photo: Washington Post.
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Be it an old man or a young tuck, everyone is trying hard to prove to their lovers that they are the best that the world can ever offer to them.

This was recently brought to life by an Oregon-based man who went out of his way just but to prove to his wife that his love is genuine.

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Anniversary of the year

To celebrate their wedding anniversary, the man, identified as Drew Gottfried rented out a movie theatre to surprise his wife with their long-lost wedding video.

According to Twetytwowords, both Drew and his wife Kayla Gottfried thought their wedding video was erased and even lost.

However, a mutual friend to them from Church resurrected their hope after unearthing their ''long-lost wedding video".

Loving Husband Rents out Movie Theatre to Play Wife Long-Lost Video of Their Wedding
The hubby made their wedding anniversary special in the best way possible. Photo: Drew Goatfried.
Source: UGC

Taking to his TikTok on Wednesday, August 4, Drew said that they had lost hope in finding their wedding video after they were told it had been ''accidentally erased" barely moments after their wedding.

Briefly News understands the couple exchanged marital vows about fourteen years ago and had their wedding filmed.

According to Drew a friend of theirs hooked them up with the video of their wedding out of the blues just days before celebrating their fourteenth wedding anniversary.

Drew noted that their friend actually found their wedding video at their church.

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It was then when Drew decided to get creative, especially with his wedding anniversary on the way.

In his TikTok video, Drew revealed that he decided to rent out a movie theatre where he could watch one of his favourite films, his wedding video, next to his wife.

TikTok star

In a surprising turn of events, the video shared by Drew went viral with many people sharing it widely on different social media platforms, including TikTok.

On the platform alone, the video of himself at the movie theatre with his wife garnered an impressive 1.6 million likes and over 16k comments.

The funny bit is the fact that his video with his wife at the theatre was his first-ever video posted on his TikTok account.

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Maryn Blignaut (Human-Interest HOD) Maryn Blignaut is the Human Interest manager and feature writer. She holds a BA degree in Communication Science, which she obtained from the University of South Africa in 2016. She joined the Briefly - South African News team shortly after graduating and has over six years of experience in the journalism field. Maryn passed the AFP Digital Investigation Techniques course (Google News Initiative), as well as a set of trainings for journalists by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at: maryn.blignaut@briefly.co.za

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Kelly Lippke (Senior Editor) Kelly Lippke is a copy editor/proofreader who started her career at the Northern-Natal Courier with a BA in Communication Science/Psychology (Unisa, 2007). Kelly has worked for several Caxton publications, including the Highway Mail and Northglen News. Kelly’s unique editing perspective stems from an additional major in Linguistics. Kelly joined Briefly News in 2018 and she has 14 years of experience. Kelly has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at kelly.lippke@briefly.co.za.

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