A usual wedding entertainment package with us looks something like this:
1: Singing smooth swing classics as your guests enter your reception venue. This instantly adds an element of class and style to the venue which ultimately reflects on the newly weds and what a great day everyone is having.
2: When you sit down for your meal, we have a collection of super easy listening music. Ideal for creating ambience and setting a tone, a perfect balance to create harmony and a feeling of calm in the room. The idea here is to make people relax as they talk to new acquaintances and relax into their starters.
3: Once the main courses are out I will walk around the tables singing more of these classic songs. This adds an element of audience participation, people enjoy the interaction and it’s guaranteed to add a beautiful element of entertainment to the day. Depending on how willing your guests are, we also have a number of songs where we can bring guests up to the front to join in or get certain sections of the room involved in a fun selection of audience games. We promise this will keep everyone smiling, especially when Granddad busts out a note or two!
4: After the desserts, when everyone is in a buoyant mood due to Auntie Julie getting up and getting fully involved with the music and entertainment, I will introduce the speeches and MC the gap between the “Meal” section of the day and the “Speeches”
5: Following the speeches (and the wedding party can finally relax) I can sing another set of music, higher intensity to get people ready for the night do. The “Day Event” usually finishes after the speeches and I can sing up until, and including (should you wish) the first dance. Getting everyone in a huge circle around the dance floor and welcoming the new couple to the dance floor for their first dance as a married couple.
6: Once the first dance is done, we have afew options. I can either pass the responsibility of the day over to your DJ/Band, or we can look at MCing into the evening including a DJ set of your favourite music and yet more party games and audience interaction.