Agreed +1A few thoughts: Your 'About' page has way too much about. Quite frankly, while the fact that you were highschool sweethearts may be romantic, it doesn't tell me anything about your skill and experience as photographers. One good PROFESSIONALLY taken shot for your website should be sufficient. Some background about where you are, and where you work (travel limits), and your experience is all that's needed. Don't make people dig. Poeple are lazy, they won't see it if it's not there in front of their face.
Galleries: I gave up after flicking through 10-15 images in the wedding gallery and they were all the same bride (or at least appeared to be). A gallery with ten images from five different weddings will say a LOT more about your skill then ten from the same wedding (nb. this may also be an issue with your gallery software, but I wasn't going to take the time to find out, and neither will customers. Did I mention? People are lazy!).
Pricing: While I fully understand that there are two schools of thought on the show/don't show prices, I firmly believe that you should at least give the potential client at lest an idea of what your price-bracket is.
Images: They seem decent from a technical standpoint, but I see a lot of slightly off-level images, and a tendency to shoot in shade with bright backlighting. It might be an idea to to prune your galleries to fewer, stronger images.
Just my $00.02 worth - your mileage may vary.