I'm doing my first "official" wedding for a friend. Don't worry, she knows what she'll be getting and we both have a very realistic idea about the situation. I'm confident this will turn out. So, I've searched the forums for answers in particular to my situation and can't find any, probably because I have a low budget and don't own all the equipment really needed for professional wedding photography (YET!) so the posts I did find couldn't apply to me. * Anyway, I'm trying to figure the best way to light the ceremony and reception and formal group shots (so basically everything.) I have ONE SB-600, one 42" round reflector, Nikon D90, 18-105mm with VR and the fast 50mm 1.8G, a tripod and a stand for the reflector (which I've figured a way to attach the speedlight if need be) and one assistant.And that's pretty much it. I don't know whether it would be best to bounce the flash on-camera, or set it up on the stand somewhere. The reception hall is really big, the walls are white, the floor is brown carpet *meh* and there are approx. (6) 8 foot windows. It's in a gym (><) I'll post a sample pic I took of the bride in the gym. It gets worse: the bridal party is a total of 18! (9+B+G+9). We can the formals inside or outside. I'll attach two pictures of two different locations I considered for the formals. * Ceremony, set up flash or bounce? The ceiling in the chapel is a dome like structure made from dark wood. I'll attach a panoramic of the entire church taken from halfway between the alter and the front row. It was taken by the bride from her iPhone. You can see me near the right taking notes * The church is very open to whatever I need in and want to do, so is the bride. She's having a catholic wedding, however, the weekend before which will probably be a different story. I have yet to see this church. The wedding is in the end of June 2012. Any suggestions would help greatly! You all are so knowledgeable here. I just love this site. * To recap: One speedlight, one reflector, 18-105mm. What can I do with this? (I'm open to buying anything that costs less than $15.