19 Kids and Counting
Jessa and Ben Seewald, pictured here on their honeymoon in Paris for the show "19 Kids and Counting," recently shared 100 photos from their 2014 wedding. TLC

Although TLC has canceled the Duggar family’s hit show “19 Kids and Counting,” don’t think that fans’ exposure to the family will be too significantly diminished. Days after her cousin’s wedding, Jessa (Duggar) Seewald felt inspired to share 100 previously unseen photos of her own wedding day.

Amy Duggar exchanged vows with Dillon King at a ceremony in Bentonville, Arkansas, Sept. 6, according to People. Days later, the Duggar family’s official Facebook page announced that the nuptials were so lovely that it inspired Jessa Seewald, 22, who married Ben Seewald, 20, in November, to get in the wedding spirit once again.

“We all had such a wonderful time at Amy’s wedding,” the family wrote. “All of this excitement has caused Jessa to pull out her pictures from her wedding and post 100 of them on her website ..."

The post provided a link to the Seewald family’s official website, where a slideshow of 100 photos of Jessa Seewald’s wedding can be viewed. Not only do they include the bride and groom, there also are high-resolution photos of several Duggars who appeared on “19 Kids and Counting.”

This is a decidedly positive way for the former TLC star to poke her head above water and get in the public eye after the recent controversy surrounding her brother and former co-star, Josh Duggar. As previously reported, the former Family Research Council member admitted to infidelity and an addiction to pornography after the recent hack of the affair facilitation website Ashley Madison. The hack revealed that Josh Duggar, 27, had two paid accounts.

Since that time, Jessa Seewald has been one of the more vocal members of the family to denounce the cavalcade of controversy that her eldest brother has brought down on the family this year alone.

“True Christians fail often, but their lives are truly being conformed to the image of Christ,” reads a blog post by her father-in-law, Michael Seewald, which she shared with fans. “Do not look at Josh and justify your own sins by dismissing the reality of genuine faith and a holy God. When you stand before God, you will not be compared to hypocritical Christians.”

You can view the wedding photos here, via the Seewald family's website.