@Mijzelffan; Though it was Ghirahim that caused it, he didn't kidnap him at that point though. Instead, she set off to the Temple. But that's beside the point.
But yeah, nevermind that. But y'know, there's a difference in following the story for flavor, and not doing that.
Because the flavor implied Zelda was kidnapped as opposed to what actually happened, it could've meant that either it was a mistake, or that Zelda might not be in the game because of what the flavor said. And it seems it was a mistake. Or something.
That was my point here, as opposed to nitpicking, which nobody would like from me when it comes to this franchise. Actually, I think I'd get lynched purely for doing that way too much. :P