A Professional Wedding Service For Peace Of Mind
Many bridal parties feel that a toastmaster removes a great deal of the pressures and responsibility from their already burdened shoulders. Some people are already nervous about making a speech! Making it easier not to have to contend with announcing the order of the day to the guests as well. This... [ more ]
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» ProfileMany bridal parties feel that a toastmaster removes a great deal of the pressures and responsibility from their already burdened shoulders.
Some people are already nervous about making a speech! Making it easier not to have to contend with announcing the order of the day to the guests as well. This means that the bridal party can relax and enjoy the celebrations, safe in the knowledge that someone has an eye on the clock, the formalities and the guests.
With their skills and tact, they can help make certain everyone is aware as to what is required of them and to see they are where they should be and when. This ensures that you and your guests are kept happy as well as the staff carrying out the duties required of them.
Our toastmasters will meet with the Bride & Groom a few weeks before the big day to discuss your options and requirements. A Toastmaster or Master of Ceremonies will bring a touch of class, helping you transform your function into a truly memorable occasion.
- When should I book a toastmaster? The best time to book a toastmaster at your wedding is after you have booked the venue. It is advisable to arrange this as early on as possible so they can offer advice and suggestions or points you have not already considered for your big day.
- Will I get to meet you before wedding? Most of our toastmasters will meet you without obligation as they feel it is important to get to know you and you to get to know them. It's important to feel comfortable and confident so you can trust them to ensure your day is run to perfection.
- What do Toastmasters wear? As your wedding toastmaster they wear would wear a traditional red long tailed coat, a starched fronted white dress shirt, white bow tie and a starched white waistcoat, white gloves, black dress suit trousers and black patent leather shoes to ensure a professional look is kept at all times.
- Will a toastmaster look after children?They will look after both your guests and any children on the day and guide them throughout, ensuring they know when and whats happening. It is advisable in some cases to provide activity packs/books and pens to keep the younger children occupied as after all they are there to keep things running smoothly, not babysit.
- Why have Toastmasters become more popular at weddings? A wedding is a very special occasion once in a life time and it is their role as a toastmaster to ensure it's a stress-free-day for the Bride and Bridegroom. And most importantly allowing you to enjoy your wedding.
- How long will you stay at our wedding? Our toastmasters would normally be completed at end of the wedding breakfast formalities. Which includes the speeches. If you require a meet and greet service after this please do let us know.
- How many toasts should we have during speeches? There are 3 toasts. The first to the Bride and Bridegroom, proposed by the Bride's father. The second toast should be to the Bride maids and Best Man, which is proposed by the Bridegroom. The last is from the Best Man who would propose the toast to the parents of the Bride and Bridegroom or the Bride and Bridegroom.
- Will you announce us and escort us into the Wedding Breakfast? Yes the toastmasters will give the bride and bride groom a few minutes outside the dinning room together and then speak to the guests and prepare them to give the bride and bride groom a huge repetitious applause and cheering as they enter the room being announced as the new Mr and Mrs!
» Additional InformationAgree that the toastmaster will arrive at least 1 hour before the wedding reception to liaise with the catering manager and venue staff to ensure they are all working together during the course of the day.