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Welcome to FM! I'm pretty sure I've learned 95% of what I know here on the wedding forum, so I'd say you're in a great place! Grow some tough skin, and keep posting
1. Great composition and pose here. The location and light also look good. So with all of that in place, why ruin it with an instagram blur effect? Let your lens's natural bokeh do the blurring, and leave the cheesy effects to the teeny-boppers on iPhones. The couple here looks to be a little on the cooler side of things, and if it were me I'd warm up the white balance and bump the exposure up just a bit.
2. Nice solid shot. Great job finding soft open shade in such a spotty location. The composition here isn't bad - it follows all the "correct" rules, but I think it would be much stronger if you shot from either 3 feet higher or 3 feet lower. The background here is a bit too distracting I think, so I would've backed up some and used your 70-200's natural compression and bokeh to smooth it out a bit. Many people only turn to their telephotos when the want to get in close - but often times a "wider" full-body shot will look very cool and unique with the compression of a long lens.
3. Clearly the shoes are unique to this bride, so great job making sure you got a photo of them. Funky blurring in #1 aside, I think this is your weakest photo of the set. It's well done for what it is, but if you look around at the best of the best photographers, you won't see any shots like this. People just starting out with their minty-fresh Facebook pages? There will be a ton of these shots. I would look for a more creative way to try and incorporate her shoes into a photo.
4. Great ring shot! Well done positioning the rings in an attractive fashion. Framing and focus here is great. My only critique (if I'm being really picky) is that all of the wood gets a bit monotonous. I probably would've grabbed a leaf from nearby to set the rings on (on top of the log) to add in a bit of color.
5. Excellent shot! Definitely your strongest. Great composition, use of surroundings to get above eye-level, and great moment captured. Theres a lot of different colors going on here, so I might try this one in black and white to try and simplify the focus. It looks a bit cocked to the left, maybe rotate it 1 degree or so clockwise. And at some point, you'll want to upgrade lenses to something that has better control of that purple fringing In the meantime, throw this shot in the portfolio.
Hope that helps!