DJ Stephen Davies of Oxfordshire Wedding Entertainment

Master of Ceremonies, DJ Stephen Davies of Oxfordshire Wedding Entertainment.

As a DJ and trained Master of Ceremonies I can, with your help, add “moments” that you and your guests are going to remember. One of these could be The Shoe Game.

Bit of fun and something you might not have seen before, but a great piece of entertainment for your wedding day. Maybe a little something to do during the buffet whilst everyones sat around eating…

So this is how it works…

The Bride and Groom each sit down on a chair, positioned back to back. In each hand they have one of each others shoes (a great chance to show off those lovely Jimmy Choo’s you just had to have!). The presenter asks a series of questions to which the answer is either the Bride or Groom. The couple “answer” by holding up the appropriate shoe.

Questions such as “Who’s the best dressed normally?”, When you go out together, who takes the longest to get ready?” “Now you’re married, who will do the DIY jobs around the house?”

It’s a bit like Mr & Mrs, the TV show. But , with the right presenter and questions, this can be a whole lot of fun. Normally lasting about 10 to 15 minutes or so, it’s great pitched around the time of an evening buffet.

Done the right way, it shouldn’t come across as “tacky” or “cheesey”

Jus one of the many things that can be used to make your wedding ‘stand out from the crowd”. A bit of fun!

Stephen

Oxfordshire Wedding Entertainment

01235 426333 or 07870 134826

[email protected]

www.oxfordshireweddingentertainment.co.uk

I run Oxfordshire Wedding Entertainment, based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. I’m a DJ who has the belief that weddings can be so much more… I can provide the musical accompaniment to your whole day, from ceremony to drinks reception to wedding breakfast and finally, the evening reception. I can be your Master of Ceremonies, helping to guide and inform your guests.

I’m so much more than just a DJ…

I’d like to talk to you about your wedding day, to offer up ideas, to help and advise you.

If you’d like to arrange an appointment, then please contact me.