It's a 'Glee' reunion! Watch Becca Tobin's emotional wedding video

When we saw the stunning photos of Becca Tobin and Zach Martin's wedding — the Glee star said "I do" to her now husband this past Saturday in a snow-kissed winter celebration in Jackson Hole, Wyoming — we knew that the pair's wedding was one for the books, what with the jaw-dropping venue, Jane Lynch as the officiant, and Lea Michele and other Glee stars as wedding guests, how could it not be? But now that we've seen the couple's wedding video, which they shared exclusively with BRIDES, we have even further proof that this was one of the most gorgeous, swoon-worthy celebrity weddings of all time.

After (obsessively) watching their wedding video, captured by Wyoming-based Après Events, we can totally appreciate why the couple tapped Tobin's former Glee co-star as their officiant. This footage definitely puts Lynch at the top of our list of best celebrity officiants of all time, as she managed to achieve the perfect balance of sentimental with sweet and funny.

"Zach and Becca, you are here today to be joined as one in front of this very special gathering of loved ones. We are all delighted to have been chosen to bear witness to your union today," Lynch says as the video opens, panning across the snow-covered Jackson Hole landscape and Amangani resort property. As Lynch's message continues to play, we see details of the bride's wedding dress, flickering candles, pretty white flowers, and Tobin's velvet bridal shoes (so on-trend!), followed by a glimpse of the bride getting her makeup applied.

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Speaking of Tobin's bridal look... can you say AH-mazing?! Before saying "I do" to her now hubby, Tobin said "I do" to her dream wedding dress — an ethereal gown by Odylyne the Ceremony that featured off-the-shoulder illusion bell sleeves and sparkling lace detailing. Tobin finished her look with a low chignon, green statement earrings and a dramatic, cathedral-length veil designed by Canadian bridal designer Daphne Newman.

"Neither one of us wanted to do a 'first look,'" Tobin told BRIDES previously. "So the moment I came down the aisle and we saw each other for the first time was my favorite! It was so incredibly exciting and super romantic. We loved being able to stick with that tradition."

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The processional, the bride's dramatic entrance (that one-of-a-kind veil being carried down the stairs by two flower girls — love!), the adoring looks exchanged between the bride and groom, the sweet portrait session in the snow... there are so many amazingly beautiful moments, it's hard to choose a favorite. But if we had to pick one, it would have to be Lynch's epic pronouncement to end the ceremony.

"I now pronounce you husband and wife, partners in life, and each other's best friend — make out NOW," Lynch declares, to which the bride and groom oblige, with Martin grabbing his new wife's face and planting the sweetest, most tender kiss on her lips. And the crowd cheers!

After Tobin and her new husband frolic in the snow for a bit — as one does at a winter wedding — they retreat to the warmth of their wedding reception for twirls around the dance floor and... doughnuts! The newlyweds skipped a traditional wedding cake in favor of the latest wedding dessert trend as a sweet end to their grand big day.

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