Weddings are rightfully referred to as ‘The Big Day’, and there’s no doubt that brides and grooms the length and breadth of the land invest so much of themselves in this single day that it’s hard to imagine a bigger event – leaving aside the arrival of the kids, of course!
The last thing you want at your wedding or corporate event is for your guests to be bored or uninterested at various stages of the day or night.
If you’re thinking of attending a trade show or exhibition and want to make maximum impact, then maybe it’s time you thought about recruiting the services of a mentalist to make sure you get maximum bang for your buck.
I often get asked when the best time is to start my performance at a wedding, and normally, I suggest the drinks reception / pre dinner period. For guests, this can be something of a ‘dead time’, as they’re usually just waiting to eat at that point, and it’s, therefore, the perfect time to kick off the entertainment and introduce my act.
If you’re working on a tight budget but still want to have your dream wedding, then maybe the secret lies in being more selective in when you have your big dayRead More
Whether you’re the office manager who’s charged with organising a corporate event or the bride to wants to deliver the most spectacular wedding ever, there are some things that you simply must do if you want the day to go off without a hitch.Read More
If you’ve been charged with the task of organising a wedding or corporate event, there are some absolute ‘must avoid’ elements to be aware of. As an entertainer with over 15 years’ experience, I have performed as a mentalist and magician at literally thousands of weddings and corporate events.