Fisrt, I want to reiterate that I'm just sharing my opinion and these comments are not meant to be as critical as they will sound as I will be blunt. And if you're happy with them and your selling new work based on them, I guess that's what matters. So, here goes; I only looked at the flash site (I personally am not a big believer in blogs). Going through your wedding portfolio by number from left to right and then down:
Your first shot is exactly what I'm talking about. A nice enough picture, but there's nothing interesting, inspiring, touching or unique about it. I've had low-paid assistants pick up one of my cameras and grab the same quality shot. It's not a bad picture but it's completely unremarkable. Is that really the picture you want to lead off with?
Second shot may be your best. Nicely composed and the PP adds to it. I really like it.
Three is nice enough, thanks mostly to the wonderful expression on the officiant's face.
4, 5, 7, and 8 are all nice enough, but couldn't be more ordinary. Any bride would expect them to be taken, but there's nothing interesting, artistic, or inspiring here. The pose, composure, use of lighting and the environment are all very pedestrian; not what a bride would expect to pay good money for. Certainly, not images I would want to feature on my site as the best of the best of my work (unless this is the best of your work, in which case I would tell you to direct your efforts towards bulding your photography skills instead of enhancing your site).
9 suffers from the same problem except it's made worse by people standing on a slope. Same thing with 10 except the slope is now accentuated because you had the tall people stand on the high ground and the short grandma is down on the low end. And if you're shooting outside, why didn't you use a longer lens? The gentlemen on the right show some distortion.
6 is a poor picture. We don't know who she's hugging, there's nothing remarkable about her expression, and the flash is much too harsh.
Most of the shots from 12-24 are dark, sometimes very much so.
27 is terrible. The composure, the pose, the harsh flash; there is nothing good about this shot.
36, maybe it's an illusion created by the background, but it appears that it may not be straight.
38 is not how to shoot a bouquet toss. You can't see the bride's face, you can barely see just four of the people waiting to catch it, and the angle makes it look like someones about to get hit in the head with the flowers.
I'm not going to go into all of them. And you do have a few good ones: 2, 16, 19 (though it's too dark), 26, 28, 34, 42 and 43 are all pretty nice.
Interestingly, the only truly beautiful portrait on the site appears not in your portfolio but on your contact page. Not the one of the couple which is rather weak, but the headshot of the bride. This is an excellent portrait and the type of quality of photography you should feature. That said, at the risk of being insulting, when I look at that photo, I as a bride would have to ask myself whether or not you actually even took it. It's a style and quality of photography that clearly is not exhibited anywhere else on your site (some of your portrait shots are nearly, though not quite as nice, but brides are not going to look here) and I don't see any other shots of that bride's wedding exhibited. I'm not accusing you of photographic plagiarism, but that's what any bride should and probably will think to herself.
All for what it's worth.