Just 19 days after her wedding in August 2014, Justice Stamper was driving in her car making a left turn when another car crashed right into her. Miraculously, Justice survived, but a few weeks into her recovery, she made a heartbreaking realization.
Not only did Justice suffer from PTSD and speech problems in the wake of the accident, but Justice also told doctors she couldn’t remember the previous five weeks before the crash. Sadly, this time period included her wedding day. She lost every single solid detail.
Her husband, Jeremy, was devastated to hear the harsh reality of his new wife’s amnesia — but instead of letting it go, he came up with an unbelievable plan.
With help from their community in Virginia, Jeremy set out to recreate their wedding day, piece by piece, so Justice would have a second chance.
Kindhearted people donated everything the couple needed for their big do-over, from sunflowers and table settings to Jessica’s hair stylist. Jeremy raised nearly $10,000 in donations.
In the touching video below, Justice and Jeremy say their vows a second time — on their one-year anniversary at Hungry Mother State Park — and it was just as beautiful, if not more, as the first time around. This is what true love is all about.
Watch the video below to meet this inspiring couple and see footage from their second wedding they so graciously shared with the world.
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