Why you need a Master of Ceremonies…

A Master of Ceremonies: Helping your wedding run smoothly,taking care of your guests and making you feel like A-list celebrities.
If you are thinking a Master of Ceremonies is the man dressed in red making loud, formal and impersonal announcements you’d be mistaken.
Traditionally the Master of Ceremonies is the man who introduces speakers, players, or entertainers, but I offer so much more. I am there to ensure you and your family can be ‘guests’ at your wedding and not have to worry about a thing.

  • Support and guidance throughout the day
  • Help and advice on wedding etiquette and traditions
  • Introductions between your wedding party and your guests
  • Announcements throughout the day
  • “Wow!” moments that create unforgettable memories
  • “Ice Breakers” if needed, to help all your guests enjoy the day

As well as a more traditional MC role, I am on hand throughout the day to help your guests and other wedding professionals; the caterers, band, flower arrangers, and to answer all their questions from ‘What time is the cake cutting?’ to ‘Where are the toilets?’ so you won’t have to.

Trained by the best from the U.S. where service and hospitality is a priority I am there to make sure everything runs as smoothly as possible and just how you, not your venue, want it.

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My service starts with a meeting to talk through your wedding day from start to finish so we both know what your plans are, what you can expect from me and that you are 100% happy with all the details.

Because of my extensive experience with weddings I can offer advice on elements you may not have considered. Of course everything is your decision, I want you to have your perfect day, the way you envisage it.

Let me take you through some examples of how I help throughout the day and typical wedding announcements, which of course we can tailor to suit the theme and tone of your wedding.

Some typical “Wow!” moments…

  • Your First Dance
  • A Father & Daughter Dance
  • The Speeches
  • Throwing the Bouquet
  • The Cake Cutting Ceremony
  • The Last Dance

Click for my Blog for more details on how I can help and typical announcements