Wedding MC Speeches

Wedding MC Speeches Guide – FREE

Dear Wedding MC…

If you’ve been requested to give a Wedding MC Speech at a forthcoming wedding, then our Special Report, The Wedding MC Speeches Guide will be a huge help.

It’s full of tips and tips that will help you prepare a Wedding MC Speech to the bride and groom.

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The MC Speeches Guide is a concise treasury of tips and tricks that includes…

10 powerful questions that get you started on the right track with your Wedding MC Speech.

5 key wedding speech tips that every Wedding MC should know.

Our top resource for keeping the wedding guests entertained during the wedding reception.

Reduce boring gaps in the wedding reception and kick up the party atmosphere with this key resource that every Wedding MC should have in his or her Wedding MC “Toolkit.”

This resource includes a concise wedding agenda checklist, as well. (Essential for every Wedding MC who wants to make sure the wedding reception runs smoothly.)

Don’t know what to say in your Wedding MC Speech?

If you’re the Best Man, Maid or Matron of Honor, or Father of the Bride, we reveal our key resource for tapping into professionally prepared wedding speeches that you can mix and match for an outstanding wedding speech.

This resource includes wedding jokes, one-liners, and quotes that kick up your wedding speech and entertain and amuse the wedding guests for a memorable Wedding MC Speech.

How to overcome the fear of giving a Wedding MC Speech.

You’re not alone when it comes to being scared of speaking in public. Our sneaky trick will help you overcome those speech jitters before they get the best of you to help you deliver the best presentation possible.

The Wedding MC Speeches Guide, with all its tips and tricks, is FREE.

And with The Wedding MC Speeches Guide by your side you’ll have a great start to preparing a wedding speech to the bride and groom on their important day.

With the bride and groom expecting you to organize a memorable wedding reception for them, you want to be properly prepared – because MC Speeches are just the beginning of your Wedding MC Duties.

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~ The Wedding MC ~

P.S. Our MC Speeches Guide also includes our link to answers to the top 6 questions Wedding MC’s ask.

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MC A Wedding: Short List Of Wedding MC Duties For The Wedding MC

When you MC a wedding at the reception, your Wedding MC Duties and responsibilities will be varied – and numerous.

That’s why it’s important to keep an agenda on hand to make sure everything is on time – from the Grand Entrance of the bride and groom…to the serving of the meal…to the final departure of the newlyweds.

Here’s a short list of Wedding MC Duties that you will be responsible for as Wedding MC at the reception:

1. Welcome the guests to the reception before the arrival of the bride and groom. This is the “warm up” time to get the guests in a party mood after they’ve come from the wedding ceremony.

2. Introduce yourself to the guests and tell them that you will be their Wedding MC for the reception – which may be either an afternoon or evening event. This is also an opportunity to make other announcements regarding the facilities including location of rest rooms, designated smoking areas, parking arrangements, forthcoming events, etc.

3. Announce the entrance of the bride and groom and formally introduce them to the guests as they enter the reception venue. This is the bride and groom’s first “official” gathering as husband and wife so it’s important that you introduce them correctly.

4. Introduce the members of the bridal or wedding party. The bridal party will normally be seated at the head table. Keep introductions brief but interesting.

5. Introduce the minister, pastor, or official who will say grace or a blessing before the serving of the main meal – if there is a sit down meal at the reception.

6. Introduce each speaker who will be making a wedding speech or a toast. Your introduction might include background information, an interesting fact about the person, or a humorous remark (that doesn’t embarrass the speaker.)

7. If requested by the bride and groom or wedding planners, give the Wedding MC Speech. Some newlyweds do not want formal speeches at their wedding and would prefer one speech by the Wedding MC instead.

8. Read faxes, telegrams, and other messages from friends and relatives who were unable to attend the wedding ceremony and reception. (This is the perfect opportunity to insert “creative” telegrams or messages that you have made up to inject humor into the situation. How To Be A FUN Wedding MC will give you ideas on how to approach this.)

9. Announce the ceremonial cutting of the wedding cake.

10. Inform the guests when the bride’s bouquet and garter will be thrown. You will ask the guests to gather around for these two traditional events.

11. Announce the dance program including the first dance by the bride and groom. You will want the bride and groom to be the center of attention during the first dance.

12. Announce bar opening and closing times or other arrangements for alcoholic beverages.

13. Announce other  events that will be taking place after the reception such as after-wedding activities or an open house or luncheon with the bride and groom’s parents.

14. Announce when the bride and groom will be leaving the reception.

15. Announce the formal ending of the reception and thank the guests for attending.

The Wedding MC is the key person who ensures the reception runs smoothly and that the guests and newlyweds have a memorable time.

As Wedding MC you will not only be a speaker and facilitator but also an entertainer to ensure everyone has a FUN and enjoyable time.

That’s why, when you mc a wedding, it’s important to have your Wedding MC Duties planned out well ahead of the wedding day.

Here are some other tips:

1. Be prepared. Prepare your scripts and notes well before the reception.

2. Create a detailed agenda (run sheet) and give copies to key players (caterer in particular) who need to know the timing of events.

3. Get to know the other key players. Introduce yourself to them and ensure they know when they will be needed. Attend to any requirements they may have.

4. Meet guests who will be participating in events such as speeches and toasts. Let them know when they will be expected to give their speech or toast.

5. Meet with the wedding (bridal) party to ensure they are introduced in the correct order.

6. Make sure guests and other key players are present when needed. For example, ensure guests who are making speeches or toasts are in the room and are ready for the event. Notify the photographer or videographer of upcoming events so they can have their equipment ready.

7. Advise guests of upcoming events so they can get drinks or use the restrooms before the event gets underway.

8. Avoid distractions during events where possible. For example, have tables cleared after the meal before speeches and toasts begin to avoid distractions and noise from the staff clearing the tables.

9. Be prepared to stand in and make a toast or short speech if needed.

10. Make important announcements including the location of the gift table, guest book, and any after-wedding events.

11. Anticipate delays that will cause changes to your agenda. Sometimes a guest who was to give a speech won’t show up. Or an event will run too long. Or the bride and groom won’t show up when expected.

12. Be prepared to fill gaps in the agenda with entertainment or games to keep the mood upbeat and fun.

13. Make sure the bride and groom are the center of attention.

14. The bride and groom are the guests of honor. Make sure their needs are taken care of during the reception.

15. Be flexible with your agenda. Follow your timeline to keep events moving on time but be prepared to make small changes if necessary.

How To Be The Wedding Emcee Who Turns An “Ordinary” Wedding Reception Into A FUN Celebration

If you’re a novice MC, chances are you’re not familiar with how to run a reception.

If you don’t know what to do or what to say and you want to save yourself time and stress, be sure to check out How To Be A FUN Wedding MC.

It’s the premier guide showing the Master of Ceremonies how to plan and create a FUN reception and includes wedding games, wedding entertainment, preparation sheets, checklists, Wedding MC scripts, sample wedding agendas, wedding timeline, and much more.

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