Yesterday I was the MC/DJ for a wedding, with the dinner and dance in a converted barn. I like to take the opportunity to practice my shooting. In this case, with a Canon 5d Mark ii, 35mm f/2, and a Manfrotto monopod. There are two clips with my 70D and a 14mm f/2.8 (so a 20mm equivalent), and the tight shots in the speech/1st dance are the 70D with a Canon 85mm f/1.8
I'm really mad I missed the focus on the wide speech shot at the front, and later with the bride waving to me. This was my first try at a starry sky timelapse exposure (last clip) done with Magic Lantern, and instead of the intervalometer, its got a shutter speed in video change, down to 0.40, I think, and you have a video file at the end, no extra work required.