Again, I’d like to reiterate the importance of depth of field and getting the photograph right the first time. You do not want to sit around for an hour or two trying to get the “blurriness” of the photo correct. All the editing that needed to be done on this picture was an increase in exposure and some basic recoloring via the saturation slider.
Also, this is an important moment. You have to decide what you want at this point in time: do you want photos of the bride/groom’s reaction or do you want the action taking place. In my opinion, you should have gotten reactions (as you will see in my next post) beforehand. This should take precedence even though a reaction could have been better.
Another way around this is to have a second shooter doing reactions while you do the action shots or vice versa.
This picture was taken with a Canon 5D Mark III and a Canon 70-200 L lens.