I am a wedding photographer and I have a similar setup. I would shoot mRAW, so that you do not have to worry about filing up cards too quickly. You can print a 20x30 with great quality out of mRAW. Shoot as much outside as possible, if the weather permits. For your portraits, use the 70-200mm 90% of the time. You cannot beat the look of the 70-200mm on a full-frame camera.
Kind of wanted to jump in here as I would like to get the right gear for wedding photography as well. I did one last year with some rented equipment to add to my own. I currently have a 5D Mark III, 24-105L, 20-700 f/4, and just sold my 10-22 efs and hopefully will be selling my efs 60mm macro. I'm looking at the 50 1.4 and possibly the 100 2.8 macro so I can have a macro for FF, though I like the looks of the 100mm f/2 as well. But I want to make sure the lenses are fast enough, granted I can now push the ISO way more than before with my old Rebel. Do I NEED the 35 1.4, 24-70 2.8, 135 2.0 or 70-200 2.8 (nonL)? Funds are limited, so I can only do just one or two lenses for now in the higher price range, but which one, if any? So many experienced individuals here that any advice would be so appreciated
D.Cain - like your bio. Right there too.