MC At A Wedding And Wedding MC Duties For The Wedding Emcee At The Wedding Reception. Plus, FREE Wedding MC Wedding Speech Guide.
When you’re the MC at a wedding you’ll have specific duties and responsibilities, many of which no-one else will know except you. In fact, it’s not unheard of to be handed some hastily scratched out notes from the bride and be expected to put on a brilliant performance as Master of Ceremonies at the reception.
At least that’s what everyone expects. The reality is that if you’re an novice Emcee you might not know where to start when performing your duties.
That’s perfectly understandable and it’s not something to stress about when you have the proper guidance at your fingertips.
Even though you’ll have many duties and responsibilities, there’s another part to a reception that many MCs forget about or don’t know about – and that’s how to make the reception memorable for the newlyweds.
In the end, memories aren’t just about the fun at the reception but also about the special touches that have deep significance and special meaning to the bride and groom on their important day.
Those special touches might, for example, have to do with the newlywed’s profession.
Or they might have to do with their college or university.
They might have to do with someone who is very close to them.
Or they might have to do with an interest or sport or hobby.
In the Wedding MC’s Secret List of FUN Ideas (which comes with How To Be A FUN Wedding MC) I show you how to make the reception memorable for the newlyweds.
These are the little-known “golden nuggets” that have special meaning to the bride and groom and will make you stand out as an exceptional MC – even if you’ve never been an MC before – because you did something that went above and beyond the normal duties and responsibilities.
In the following presentation I’ll show you 4 Wedding MC Duties when you MC At A Wedding…
Wedding MC Duties #1 – Arrive At The Reception Venue Early
Don’t leave things to the last minute. Be at the reception venue well before the wedding guests arrive so you can check the reception room and make last minute adjustments.
Last minute adjustments might include rearranging tables, moving the lectern, or checking out the sound equipment.
Wedding MC Duties #2 – Meet the Key People Involved in the Wedding Reception
The Key People will include vendors, the entertainers, the bridal party, the families, wedding speakers, dignitaries, special guests, the photographer, and the DJ.
Wedding MC Duties #3 – Prepare For The Grand Entrance
Meet with the bridal party and the bride and groom before the Grand Entrance so your introductions are made professionally. Ideally, you have background material on the members of the bridal (wedding) party so you can inject fun and an upbeat tempo into your introductions.
Wedding MC Duties #4 – Keep Key People Informed
Keep your key people informed on what is about to happen so they are on hand for acknowledgements or introductions or updated instructions.
The photographer will need to know when the cake is being cut so he or she will properly positioned for taking photos.
The DJ will need to know when to start the music to get the guests in the mood for dancing.
As well, it’s important that key people know if there are any delays with the arrival of the bride and groom. In particular, the caterer needs to be informed if the original plan was to serve the meal at a specific time.
Are You A “Rookie” Wedding MC
Who Doesn’t Know Where To Start
or What To Do As A Wedding MC?
If you’re a novice or “rookie” when it comes to being an MC At A Wedding and you don’t know where to start or what to do as a Wedding MC…
…then you’re invited to find out more about…How To Be A FUN Wedding MC.
How To Be A FUN Wedding MC will show you…
How to plan a fun reception for the bride and groom and guests
What to do and what to say when you’re the MC At A Wedding
What questions to ask the bride and groom to help plan the wedding reception agenda
What to do to introduce the bridal party
What to do to introduce the bride and groom to make a fun Grand Entrance
What to do to introduce the wedding speakers in a fun way during the wedding speeches segment of the wedding reception
How To Be A FUN Wedding MC also includes…
FUN entertainment ideas to get the wedding guests laughing and having a good time
Reception games to entertain the guests
Checklists, preparation forms, sample wedding agendas or runsheets to help you create a detailed reception agenda
Word-for-word MC scripts for key events so you can transition smoothly and keep the reception moving along
Plus, you’ll find many more Wedding MC Duties as well as FREE Exclusive Bonuses including FUN Wedding Games, Sample Wedding Agendas or Run Sheets, and much more.
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Click the following link to discover How To Be A FUN Wedding MC which includes wedding games and entertainment, sample agendas or run sheets showing the order of events at the reception, MC scripts, preparation sheets, checklists, contingency planning, and much more for the novice Master of Ceremonies at a wedding reception.