Are you getting paid for the photos?
If yes, you should probably have agreed beforehand how many photos you would be providing, and have agreed any that were "must haves". I have never shot a wedding, and never intend to. Well done for doing this, but I would practice a bit more before the next one. Work on expressions, lighting, posing (or not posing if possible).
For these two shots, the first one looks pretty average, and doesn't really flatter the bride. In the second, the bridesmaid on the left will not like her expression. The others are pretty good. In the first photo, the blacks are too dark. Both photos are over saturated and you should really post the ones you desaturated instead of these. Putting up work you know is substandard is probably not a good look.
Sorry to sound harsh, but you need to know right?
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