My instant reaction to being on your site: it feels corporate.
Seriously, it's a few changes away from being a website for a local dentist. The colors, layout, logo, font, even your well-intentioned stock-photo-esque portrait...all sterile. Great for a dentist, not great for a wedding photographer.
If you haven't already, I strongly recommend getting on pinterest. Search for wedding stuff. Learn what brides are into. I'll give you a hint - for the most part it looks and sounds nothing like your website. So if I'm one of the million brides-to-be out there that has a pinterest board full of popular, trendy stuff, I know - intuatively - the second I get to your website that I'm not going to find what I'm looking for. I'm guessing that most people are subconsciously turned off before they even see your images.
The wedding market is FIERCELY competitive and incredibly saturated, especially in your price tier. Image and branding is in some ways more important than the quality of your work.
All that aside, I think you would be well-served to ask yourself one seemingly dumb yet incredibly serious question: What do you offer that people can't get from someone else?
If your answer involves a cliche story about capturing transient moments, you're probably in trouble.
If your answer involves a low price, you're probably toast.