How To MC A Wedding – Tip #9

In our post on How To MC A Wedding you were handed a wedding agenda or run sheet with key events that looked something like this:

Newlyweds arrive at wedding reception venue
Cake cutting
Bride and Groom’s First Dance
Bridal Party Dances and Special Dances
Sit down meal
Wedding speeches and Wedding toasts

There’s nothing wrong with this wedding agenda at all. It’s a good outline of what the bride and groom want at their wedding reception.

But as the Wedding MC you should be able to see where improvements can be made to this run sheet to make the wedding reception more fun and exciting.

For example, there are no events for entertainment or wedding games.

Now, you don’t have to have entertainment or wedding games to have fun at a wedding reception.

But it might be fun to include a couple of games, for example, that took about 10 or 15 minutes of the program.

And what do you do if the bride and groom arrive late? Or what if the DJ takes longer to set up than anticipated and the wedding guests get bored and some start leaving?

And what happens if the wedding speeches and wedding toasts are long and boring?

What do you do then?

Do you see how knowing how to plan a wedding reception – with smart and creative planning – you can avoid having the wedding reception turn into a disaster?

In How To Be A FUN Wedding MC you’ll get a fun selection of wedding games and entertainment to choose from.

Plus, you’ll discover how to add sentiment and romance to the reception so that you create lasting memories for the bride and groom.

And that’s in addition to the checklists, preparation forms, scripts, and more that you’ll need in order to turn a “ho hum” wedding reception into an event to remember.

Grab your copy of How To Be A FUN Wedding MC if you want to know how to MC a wedding like a professional – even if you’ve never been the Wedding Master of Ceremonies before.

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