It's been a while since I've posted on the Macrumor's Photography forums but I am seeking some advice. My cousin railroaded erhm I meant requested that I shoot her wedding. I've done plenty of photography work for friends in the past, low key headshot photo shoots and I've even worked at Keeneland Horseracing Track in Kentucky (I specified because not everyone knows what Keeneland is) going on three meets now as an assistant to the Track Photographer, taking scenic shots and photographing one angle at the finish line. I also studied Studio Art and photography in college and have had my own show in the Lexington, Ky's Mayor's office during Gallery Hop revolving around a grant project I did at Transy. However, this is the first time I'm actually going to shoot a prolonged event, by myself (or possibly with another friend of mine, hopefully), in a high stress environment. I have a 1D mark iv, a 24-70 f2.8, 50 f1.4, monopod and tripod, and will be borrowing from my boss or renting a 70-200 and a flash. It's pretty bare bones as photography isn't how I make any of my income right now so I can't really afford to buy tons of new glass. I already splurged on the upgrade that i did make for myself. I'm pretty confident in my abilities and my cousin is really focusing more on saving money than having top of the line professional photos of her wedding, but I still want to do a good job for her. So, basically, I'm posting all this to ask advice of you all what you have learned from shooting events in general or weddings in particular that could help me out. And as an addendum to the above request for advice, has anyone used their laptop at an event to stream photos from the camera to the laptop so guests can see the shots during the reception or as I take them? I thought that would be a cool way for the guests to see the photos and, as the bride is asking that everyone puts their phones and personal cameras away so that I can work in peace, I also thought that it would be a way for them to requests photos for themselves if, say for instance, I take a group photo of a family dancing at the wedding or something. tl,dr; Wedding photograph advice please?!