A friend of mine from work got married last week, and I covered the wedding along with another amateur photographer from my office. It was both our first times shooting a wedding as an "official" photographer - we offered to do it for free for the fun and the experience. While it was understood that none of us were professional wedding photographers - I definitely want to turn in the best work I can to my friend. After the insane amount of stress, which was fairly unexpected on my part, of the actual wedding day, and during which I learned about a lot of mistakes it was too late to fix, I'm wondering about a few things in terms of the delivery of the photographs (I'm not doing prints or anything - just giving her a CD or CDs with all the shots on them).. 1. What is the way in that wedding photographers generally deliver the shots? Broken up into folders named "Reception", "Ceremony", "Formals", etc.? Or just chronologically in one big folder? 2. I took something like 2000 pictures, many of which aren't that great, and some which are unusable (blurry subject, etc.) I'm deleting the garbage ones and most of the crap ones - to what extent do you guys that do weddings professionally pare down your work? Do you get rid of anything that's not great? Or do you include all the excellent ones and then throw the other ones in there in case they want them? 3. I also have multiple frames of the same photograph, as I shot a few bursts here and there to make sure I got a shot - do I include them all or is it better to have just one of each photo on the CDs? 4. Do I include a CD with all the finished images, and then a second one with small watermarks, maybe at the bottom or the right, in case she wants to use them on Myspace, send to friends, etc. and is willing to include my info? Any other details I'm missing? Thanks!