The role of the Wedding Master of Ceremonies incorporates a wide range of skills. Delivering Applause Cues, Presenting Introductions, etc. A wedding has a plan... and when something is off-kilter, like the food is delayed or it's coming out too soon, you have to adjust. Or when the bride leaves her garter in the limo as soon as we announce “It’s time for the “Bouquet and Garter.” Or when the Bride tosses her bouquet onto the chandelier. Or worse, an ill-fated ambulance is on its way for a guest right during an incredible music-festive conga line. I’ve been there. And you both are in good hands. Why?
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During the wedding reception, the multifaceted responsibility of the Master of Ceremonies (MC) is to keep the agenda flowing smoothly by:
• skillfully capturing and maintaining the attention of the wedding guests.
• effectively directing their attention on whatever the bride and groom have chosen to include.
• keeping the wedding attendees informed so at any given moment they know what’s happening.
• comfortably guiding the bride and groom's friends and family so they know what they’re supposed to do in order to participate.