DeeJay Absolute will not only be the face and DJ of your wedding but the heart.
Being a master of ceremonies is more than just talking on the microphone. It's understanding and performing as a spokesperson with eloquence and with style. A master of ceremonies directs, informs, and guides the entire evening keeping the timeline in check and your guests fully engaged from the moment they arrive.
2-3 in person planning consultations
Day of planning and coordination with all vendors, venue, and family members.
Creation of "Entertainment Timeline" that scripts a seamless transition between all your signature moments (Grand Entrance, Dinner, Buffet Order, Speeches, Cake Cutting, First Dance, Party Blast...)
DeeJay Absolute can attend wedding rehearsal.
Great guests during ceremony, cocktail, and when reception doors open.
Introduce wedding party to a "Fan Fare" Grand Entrance.
Welcome speech and housekeeping.
Grace (if required).
Provide VIP Service to head and family member tables.
Icebreaker(s) Games (Kissing, Buffet Line, Shoe Game, Anniversary Dance, etc.).
Make special announcements (out of town guests, letters, emails, etc.).
Introduce all VIP speakers.
Clear communication with venue, planner, and DJ to ensure timeline is on track.
Signature "Party Blast" to kick off the night of dancing.
Mix and Mingle with guests... dance!
The Wedding MC Duties play such an important role in ensuring the wedding reception runs smoothly, the wedding guests have an enjoyable time, and the bride and groom are left with a wonderful memory for years to come. It is arguably the most important but often undervalued and even over looked Service of a Wedding.
Wedding Tip #1
Let your guests be a guest and leave the important stuff like your MC, DJ , or Planner to the Experienced Professionals.
"DJing and MCing is not just about choosing a few good tunes and talking into a Mic... It's about generating shared moods, it's about understanding the feelings of a group of people and through creativity of music, experience, and skill directing them to a better place."