Re: new 2nd photo website
dex brings up a great point. i'm figuring you talk online to established wedding pros or have read a few books about the biz. talking the biz side, not the photography/artistic side. That said, it appears you are going for an upscale clientele which is more typical of an established studio with the luxury of picking & choosing customers who wish to LIMIT their work (too busy) rather than trying to build their client base
you need to remember Business 101 for your type of service... your business can be a self-referral business, in that one young happy bride will tell 5 of her friends (all desparate to be married themselves hehe), she might use you again for 1st pregnancy photos, one happy older bride (with kids) would consider you for family portraits.
Your customers (ie. bride and her mom most typically) will shop by word of mouth (direct recommendation), vibe (how they feel you can make their special day that of a princess) but price will limit choices (if they can't afford you then you're out regardless).
So you should try to offer "quality yet within budget" photography in 2-3-4 hour sessions as well whatever is needed to cover ceremony and/or ****tail hour pre-reception. One hour (plus travel) package for just formal portraits on location of the bride/groom/family, bridesmaids, etc. Alot of couples nowadays forgo the church completely and do vows on-premises. You could do noon and nightime bookings. You might want to go the "foot in the door" route allowing the brides to think they are getting alot and stay within budget... by offering less time and less photos. Realizing a shorter session with large bridal party could generate extra sales (order more prints/enlargements) vs a longer session.
food for thought... glen