Yeoer wrote in post #8361509
Don't take this the wrong way, were you the main photographer?
At the risk of sounding like I'm piling on, this was exactly my first reaction as well. And like Yeoer, I genuinely don't mean any disrespect, but the quality of these images is below what I would expect from the primary/paid photographer.
1. As expressed, very soft. The focus is on the pendant and her right shoulder. Unfortunately, owing to the small aperature and your closeness to the subject, DOF is so small that her face is already OOF.
3 (as there is no 2). This is just not a good picture. It's of their backs which can work if the setting is real interesting and beatiful but that's not the case here. My eyes are drawn to unattractive and probably equally uncomfortable chairs plus a very busy floor. The image is much too dark and the bridal party, indeed even the groom, is disappearing. Finally, the bride is standing awkwardly; almost looking like she's about to fall over.
4. This image is at least sharp and fairly well exposed (though probably still a little under), but it has significant problems; most notably the harsh shadows and the composure. This shot wouldn've been a little better if you turned to your left so as to truly include the groom in the picture. Also, on this shot like the last, white balance changes across the image.
5. I don't think this is a bad image, though there are extraneous elements that should be removed via PP. That said, WB is good, exposure is good, composition is good.
6 & 7. It's a matter of personal style, but I just don't go for (or shoot) these kinds of shots; they always look a little hokey (IMO). Technically, they're not bad, though 6 does look like it was underexposed and needs some PP attention. My only real problem with them is that you're really not seeing faces. All of the guys are looking away from the camera in 6 and we're looking up the groom's nose in #7. Again, not my style to take these shots anyway, but I have seen them done so that you can see everyone's face.
8. This is your best shot of the series. Once again, a frequently done and contrived shot that I try to avoid as a matter of personal style. Nonethless, it's a little underexposed and needs some PP'ing. The real problem with this image, though, is that it's off center. This would've been a much better image had you and they both taken two steps to your left before leaping.
I would tell you that you should look to further develop your skill at using flash (on and off camera), understanding the elements of composure, and enhanced control of focus when working with small DOF.
You posted them here asking for critique; please accept these comments in the cordial spirit in which they were intended.