The colours look ok to me ( my Monitor IS calibrated) but it looks like you were doing something like HDR. I think the effect is good as it gives the pics and " edge' and makes them look different to what people have probably seen elsewhere.
As for being nothing special, I earn a lot of money producing pics that are far less special than what is shown here. I understand from recent beratings that there seems to be a mindset here that photography for the sake of earning money and not putting the art first is a sin but some people just need to get their heads round the fact that other people may have different goals and objectives to them.
As Event pics I think you have done very well with these.
The posing is good, the props help make the shot as does the HDR look I think and I can see nothing wrong that would stop people buying the shots per se.
I don't know if this is the sort of feedback you are looking for but I would say the one HUGE thing you have missed with these pics is the benifit of the impulse buy.
Having them on a website will mean you only get a fraction of the sales you would have had you done onsite viewing and preferably printing.
I do a fair few event's like this and shoot and print onsite and let the people come up to see and buy the pics on spec. It works well and the thing everyone brings up in the cost of what you don't sell is insignificant. I spend $X on materials and sell $x worth and that's all I care about.
Onsite printing is not hard but it's not nessacary either. IF you can just present the pics on a decent size screen and take orders on the Night, That will get you a long way further tha any web sales as well. Witht he price of printers so cheap, If you were going to do these type of gigs with any regularity, you'd be mad not to buy a couple of inkers with a bulk ink system and pre print on the night.
You'd multiply your sales by 5 to 10 times no question.
From RDKirk: First, let me check the forum heading...yes, it does say "Business of Photography" and not "Hobby of Photography." Okay. So we're talking about making money, not about hobbies. By "business" I am presuming activities that pay expenses and produce a profit over the long term.