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I have heard many horror stories at my consultations and at myperformances over the years about how the MC ruined their wedding,their family members wedding or their friends wedding.
Here are some examples:“The MC never showed up.”
“We hired a friend of the family really cheap and he canceled a weekbefore because he forgot that he was attending a music festival on mywedding day.”
“The MC was drunk. “
“The MC miss-pronounced all the names to my wedding party”
“MC said vulgar and obscene things on the microphone.”
“The MC wasdressed shabbily.”“The MC left right after theintroduction”“The MC gave no direction or made anyannouncements. No one knew what was coming up next or what was goingon.”
“The MC didnt follow the time-line we gave him”
“The MC thought the wedding was about him with his funny antics andcompletely forgot that it was about the bride and groom.”
“The MC took a number of smoke breaks outside.”“The MC was hitting on the bridesmaids and other female guest”
“The MC forgot to mention the cutting of the cake”These are just a few!And we wonder why so many people don't take what we do seriously!Here are some things to consider when hiring your wedding MC:Does your MC have references from other wedding vendors, local banquet halls and hotels, from bride and grooms?
Have others heard about your MC? If not, why not?Do they have current reviews online? Will they know how to read a crowd?Do they have a professional looking web site? That is one of their calling cards!
There are many levels of talent in MC's. Not all MC are created equal!Will your guests be entertained?
Will it be FUN at your wedding?Finally..Will you be able to enjoy your wedding day and have fun with your family and friends, and feel comfortable knowing you hired a trusted professional who will carry out the outline, your wishes, plans, requests, for your most important day?
Will you feel comfortable about thewedding entertainer you hired for your wedding, or will it be abouthow much you saved hiring a cheap MC or having a close friend orfamily member do it?
Don't play the roulette wheel with your wedding entertainment. It might endup landing on the horror story MC!
Choosing the best wedding cake depends on your own likes and dislikes, the wedding theme, and your budget. While it is ultimately up to you to choose the cake, the choice can be made a little easier by following these steps:
1. Plan well in advance. Unless you already have a firm idea of the kind of cake you'd like, there will need to be time to look around at options, as well as booking the cake creator, allocating the funds, and finding any special decorative elements. So be sure to give yourself plenty of planning time. Be aware that cake makers who are in high demand can be booked out during the June, Easter & Christmas season, so don't leave your booking too late if marrying at this time.
2 Start looking for ideas. While your wedding theme might automatically suggest the type of wedding cake, this won't always be self-evident or in line with your other preferences. When choosing a cake style, consider looking at the following research resources:
6. Draw up your own plans for a cake. Once you have decided which bakers' creations you like the most, take your ideas along to them and discuss these. Ask about the difficulty, the possibilities, the costs. At this point, you should be able to start getting a good idea of what type of cake you can realistically have, and which of the bakers is most likely to achieve this for you.
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