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Something was striking me about this set as I went through and I couldn't quite put my finger on it. Then after a while I realized it. To me, it looks like nearly every shot here was taken with a 50mm lens. I'm guessing that's not true, but it sure feels like it. I'm a huge proponent of mixing things up just to keep the viewer interested. I hope this doesn't come off as an insult, but it was very easy to scroll through this set quickly without stopping. That's because it required to work from the viewer. The frames were too similar throughout. So I'd recommend getting some more compositional and lens variety.
For this one, I don't know any woman who would want to be shown so 'raw' on her wedding day unless the image was just amazing. To me a close up before make up is a no-no
For this simple portrait, I think you could have asked her to turn just her shoulders back to you OR to lift them up and back. Her posture looks more masculine because of her back protruding out behind her:
In general, I think you could focus a little more on storytelling. A lot of your photos have a single subject without anything else to add context or visual interest. That's something I've had to work on a lot too. I think it would be a help!