“I do”, times two!
High school sweethearts Jeremy and Justice Stamper tied the knot on August 1, 2014, however, the couple’s happiness was interrupted just 19 days later, when Justice was nearly killed in a car crash in Bristol, Tennessee.
Following the accident, the 20-year-old bride was severely injured and suffered from amnesia, and the doctors said she cannot remember anything from five weeks before her big day.
During her recovery, Justice made a heartbreaking confession to her 21-year-old husband. She said: “I don’t want you to be mad, but I do not remember the wedding.” Jeremy decided to organize a second wedding for his wife, so that the couple would have a big day she would not forget.
Jeremy wanted to recreate their wedding on the couple’s first anniversary, and he asked friends and family members to pitch in. However, after his campaign went viral, local businesses began donating services in order to give Justice and Jeremy a day they would cherish forever.
On Saturday, August 1, 2015, the Stampers tied the knot for the second time at Virginia’s Hungry Mother State Park, the same location as their first wedding. Justice wore a dress that was similar to her previous one, though this time she accented the dress with a blue sash.
One of the guests at the wedding said that the couple’s special day was one of the most “heart-warming and touching experiences” of her life. Jeremy said that they have relied on their faith to get them through the hard times, and he thanked everyone for their love and support.