It’s hard to describe to you what it felt like to be a part of Jessica and Jed’s lives on the day they got married. It’s hard to even describe what it looked like in images. It was just that good. No, good isn’t a strong enough word. It was glorious. They were glorious. C.S. Lewis talked about this kind of glory in his writings. He talked about the glory that lies inside of each person that, if we were able to truly behold them as they are, we would want to fall down and worship them. They would be that marvelous. Jed and Jessica are brave adventurers. They knew they wanted to get married in the area where their relationship had grown, in the dairy lands of Wisconsin. So they drove around on back country roads, found a barn that they loved, and knocked on the door of the farmhouse near it. The owners answered and Jed and Jessica asked if they could use the barn for the wedding. The owners saw the same glory that lies inside of these two dreamers, said yes, and the barn was perfect. All day long we marveled at the glory god has made: The glory of the love of God shining out of their pores and Jessica’s smile. The glory in the way her father loves his daughter and the way he looks at her with tears in his eyes and adoring glances. The glory of the love of every single one of their parents in the form of tight squeezes, eyes filled with tears and honest smiles. The glory of the way the sun graces the land in Wisconsin, the way the wind blows hair, the way freckles grace little girls cheeks, the way laughter feels between friends, and the way these two lovers looked at one another. It was all too much. And we are so thankful we got to witness it all, and now to be a mirror reflecting back to them and their loved ones and you the great glory of that day.