In the first two chapters of Genesis we learn that in the beginning, God created the earth with his word.
The creation took six days.
At the end of that six days, there was a marriage.
Had Adam reached over and plucked a peach from a tree, the tree would have appeared years old, but it was only three days old.
In the first two chapters of John we learn that in the beginning, God created the earth with his word.
And then there was a marriage.
At the marriage were six jugs of water, which were turned to wine.
When the wine was drunk, it was a fine wine, as if it were the product of months, or perhaps years, of vine growth and tending, yet it was only minutes old.
Adapted from Session 2 of Dr. Jobe Martin's DVD set, "The Evolution of a Creationist"