Ok, so against my better judgment, I accepted to do a wedding for an acquaintance of mine, for a nominal fee. They know I'm not a professional, and they know they're not paying professional rates. They also have seen a portfolio of mine, so I am pretty sure the expectations are roughly within my capability. That said, once you make the commitment to deliver, preparation gets scary! The setup is going to be in beautiful, classical Oxford, with a small ceremony (they call it an "elopement", and say there won't be more than 4 people) as well as some outdoors pictures around some classic Oxford buildings like the Radcliffe Camera, Sheldonian theater, and so on. So I am planning to shoot this with only the FE 16-35 and 55/1.8. Indoors completely with the 55/1.8 + Nissin i40 (I've shot paid gigs with just that before, and am pretty comfortable with that), and one cannot do without the ultrawide for things like the Radcliffe. Would that be risky to be limited to only those two lenses though? I would also have my old 5N as backup for video with 35/1.8 and SEL 18-200LE for tele in a pinch, but probably would not be relying on that very much. Would I also need to bring the FE 28-70?