Duggar Family Tries To Recreate Reality Series Magic With Amy Duggar Wedding Video, Fails Miserably

The Duggar family lost their popular TLC reality series earlier this summer after being TV stars for almost a decade, but the former 19 Kids and Counting stars seemingly aren’t ready to let go of their celebrity status. Now that TLC is no longer filming the Duggars, a few family members have taken matters into their own hands by sharing big family moments with their fans.

According to PEOPLE, the Duggar family recently shared a teaser video for Amy Duggar’s wedding on the Duggar Studios YouTube page. A drone was used to create the clip, and it offered fans a birds-eye view of Amy and Dillon King’s Arkansas wedding venue, Horton Farms. It also included a shot of Amy and Dillon walking down the aisle.

A blog post titled “Amy Duggar’s/King’s Wedding (Tease)” is still up on the Duggar Studios website, but, for some undisclosed reason, the Duggar family decided to delete the YouTube video featuring the professional-looking footage from Amy’s wedding. This might be because the Duggar family members who are in charge of Duggar Studios — Jason, Jeremiah, Josiah, and Jedidiah — didn’t actually create the video. On the Duggar Studios Twitter page, the boys recently tweeted a link to a video that looks like a 14-second snippet from the YouTube clip that was deleted. Duggar family friend Elijah Kaneshiro is credited with creating the video.

Below you can see another drone video by Elijah that shows the inside and outside of the Duggar family’s home.