Just got out my TCs and my 70-300. No workie. The 70-300 isn't keyed properly nor really has enough throat clearance for the front of the TC. I wouldn't even use my TC14e on my 70-300 since the front of the TC is simply too wide and the lens is already slow enough and really doesn't have much resolution to spare as it is, though even on my D800 it is a very adequate lens.
As to compatibility with the 105 micro VR, I don't have any experience.
With a self-modified TC14e and the PC lenses, that's another story. Modify the TC and use at your own risk, but with up to the 12MP cameras, the image quality is fine.
With the old Nikon non-af TCs (TC200/TC201 and TC14a), no problems with the rest of the Nikkors other than a slower lens, no electronic connections, thus no AF, aperture or other data and, of course on other than the best lenses, lower image quality. IMO, more work than they are worth. There's also the old TC16 series from the start of the AF lenses, though there's lots compatibility issues.
Best bet, simply rent the lenses you need rather than trying to Frankenlens your wedding shoot.