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IMO, there was a real buzz about wedding photojournalism 7 or 8 years ago and candids were all the rage. Many brides had been a friend's wedding where a posed photographer had everyone in hot sun for hours on end and in response, "have a wedding, not a photo shoot" became a oft-used slogan.
Today, we're 5 years into the smart phone / social media revolution and many brides take more personal photos journaling their own lives than professional photographers do. So, the tables have turned. Your bride is more into photography then you are, except she doesn't use a professional camera. She's now empowered, embolden, and she wants to look great. No fluff. As my esteemed associate from Glasgow points out, just show "hero shots."
Candids still have a place, but it's a continually diminished one. So just show the awesome ones in a portfolio.
Thankfully, there's a master's level of education about photojournalism available on the web. See Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, William Allard, etc. The things that make real world events compelling in press photos are exactly the same visual attractions at a wedding. Well, except our subjects are not protesting and carrying firearms.