I've got a friends wedding to shoot in August. I went and looked at the reception hall which is in an old, active, whiskey distillery. The hall is dark, like really dark. Dark wood floors and dark wood ceilings (20' up) with lots of small halogen accent lights and incandescent wall lights. It's rectangular with the DJ area and head table opposite of each other on the long sides of the room and the dance floor in the middle. I don't have a lot of weddings under my belt so I'm looking for some lighting suggestions. I recently invested into the profoto OCF system with 2 B1's and the B2 set up. My initial thoughts were to put one B1 on each side of the room close to the middle but diagonal to each other. The cake table will be close to the B&G as well so I was thinking I might be able to get away with just two lights? Should they be diffused? Bare? Pointed towards the dance floor? Also should I use the B2 on camera as fill in conjunction with the b1's? I would really prefer not to have a camera mounted flash but maybe necessary. I primarily shoot seniors and an occasional outdoor wedding but need a little help on thinking through this one since it's a new lighting system for me as well.