Christopher thank you for taking the time to reply!
There are the two shots of the bride and father as they pass, and pretty sure a few more that i didn't pick from the group.
This was done pro bono as a favor. Another of the couples friends was a pro photog, and did the set up shots in the gardens for them. I, and the couple, could tell that his heart wasn't in it at all, and he was being really negative. It makes me feel really good, that although I did this as an amateur, I was able to get them a few shots that are really special to them. I wish i had taken a little more charge and set up some more shots of my own.
If you have the time to look back through them, could you hint at which ones the color balance seems wonky on? I think I need to be better about editing shots taken from the same angle and scene as a batch to avoid this problem. Also if you have time check out the other albums of the weekend, and the ladies getting ready! your feedback really means a lot to me.
Mostly I know that I learned more than i could have imagined over this long weekend playing photographer. I think the most important things I learned are that I have been severely underestimating the amount of storage, both external and SD, that I need to have on hand for a weekend like this. Also, I think I got lucky in that I spent the entire weekend with the whole group, and I feel like this allowed me to really get to know who was who, so that I captured a few moments I wouldn't have even understood had that not been the case.
I feel pretty strongly that If I try another wedding, I will make my best attempt to get to know all the main family involved so that I am once again aware of important moments as they happen.
Thanks again for taking the time to respond