Stolen moments kind of photograph. It looks really amazing as portraits pictures. I love the idea of the bride and groom is sort of an 'excessories' to the photo. No faces, just figures. But it doesn't mean that they are not the main focus of the picture though. There is balance between the married couple and the beautiful surroundings. Amazing.
Classic black and white. As the name suggest, classy. I figured even a baby can edit pictures to black and white. But the moments captured in the photos need to be special, extraordinary. The angle. The size. The proportion. Only then the photos will look stunning in black and white. And again, you don't have to get the shots of the faces of the couple to get a great photo. Like in the first black and white picture. Just hands is necessary.
'Softened' black and white photos with the hint of colours. Zombee used to edit pictures like these and send them to me. It's just classically elegant. Seems like old pictures. Gives you the idea of memories. Good memories. Mesmerizingly one of a kind.
Polaroid-ish. Simple and stunning. Very similar to the black and white photos but this one has a more unorthodox feeling to it. Seems 'informal' but in a good way of course. Again, the moment, angle, size, everything needs to be taken into special consideration.
Photos with edited colour temperature, tint and saturation. Easy editing. But I love how this photo put some emphasis on the yellow trees. And the playful sunlight just add extra touch to the already beautiful natural background. Very artistic. Nature is incredible isn't it?
My favourite. A very simple picture, yet the beauty is there. Kudos for emphasizing the background. At night! Little editing was done. But night time wedding pictures? You don't see that too often, do you? Natural looking and very sophisticated. And you don't sweat as mush as the afternoon weather too. But your OP needs to be a genius playing with lights.
P/S: Notice how I like pictures that DO NOT emphasize on the faces of the bride and groom?