Beautiful images David. If I could offer just one point of constructive criticism, it would be to use a bit of a shallower depth of field in the wide indoor ceremony shots. To me personally, the bride and groom are lost in the midst of the sea of people and lack a little bit of focus as everyone is equally sharp. I saw you stopped down the 24-105 to f/5.6 but shooting it wide open could be nice to try too..
I would counter by pointing out that the stature and pose of the bride and groom make the image . . thier long slender shape in the middle of the group . . . they are clean cut out and it makes for a good time to use a smaller aperature of 7+. . . . it is working due to the clean white background too. You do not need a bigger aperature. . . you do not need the bokeh or to seperate the bride and groom from the rest in this case. That is not to say that using a wider aperature would be wrong. I guess that it wuld be best to have multiple aperatures in the same scene . .THAT is the key/point that many times people miss.