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I've looked at some of your sites and thought maybe i could share a little tip i picked up for the wedding ring with the hands pose. I saw that some of you have the bride hold the flowers under their hands and you can see her arm in the BR, kind of distracting. I picked this tip up at my friend's wedding...use the bride's dress as your "backdrop" They love that their dress is a part of the pic! here are a few i took at my dad's wedding. when i printed it i cropped out her thumb in the corner. Hope this is a helpful tip for everyone!
the image quality isn't very good bc i just scanned them on my grandpas scanner. sorry.
ETA: it also helps when she has a "real" wedding dress on too. my stepmom was just wearing a "bridesmaid" dress pretty much which is why my dad's leg is showing a little bit. but you get the idea.
and you can still do that with this, it just seems less distracting to my eye when you can't see the brides arm and whatever else is in the background. this is JMO of course. You could still lay her bouquet more to the middle and place their hands over it and in this case, whats showing behind it is just black, it shouldn't draw your eye from the rings and hands which should be the basis of the photo. and usually it would be white which also is neutral so it shouldn't draw your eye too much either. again, JMO