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Couple saves piece of wedding cake for 25 years

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A local couple is celebrating 25 years of marriage. Their vows were so special that they even saved a sliver of their wedding cake from back in 1987.

To help celebrate Brandon and Kim Ruby's 25th wedding anniversary, Flour Power Cakery in El Cajon baked the couple a special cake and presented it to them Wednesday.

Kim made sure to bring along her 25-year-old piece of cake to bring things full circle.

"Through all the moves, six different moves, surviving the fires in Alpine, that this survived... and every time we moved, we've kept it in a cooler.  So we've had to put it in a little cooler with ice.  And it's just precious," Kim said.

The Rubys are very much in love after all these years. Congratulations to the happy couple.

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