In the ancient creation account we read:
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
When God created the light, and the sun and moon and stars, He saw that it was “good.” (Gen. 1:4-5; Moses 2:4-5)
When God created the lands and the seas he saw it was “good.” (Gen. 1:6-10; Moses 2:6-10)
When He created the plants and animals, He saw that it was “good.” (Gen. 1:11-25; Moses 2:11-25)
But when God created Adam, He said, “It is ‘not good’ … that man should be alone.” (Gen.2:18; Moses 3:18)
So, God created Eve.
Only after He created Eve, “God saw everything that He made, and behold, it was ‘very good.’” (Gen. 1:31; Moses 2:31)
And God said, “therefore shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall cleave unto his wife, and they shall be one.” (Genesis 2:24; Moses 3:24)
“Neither is the man without the woman, neither the woman without the man in the Lord”
(1 Cor. 11:11)
Only after the creation of Eve, did God pronounce His creation “very good.” Only then, was His creation complete. Only then did He rest.
Gordon B. Hinckley: “Then as His final creation, the crowning of His glorious work, He created woman. I like to regard Eve as His masterpiece after all that had gone before, the final work before He rested from His labors.”