As a professional mentalist, I have the pleasure of performing at countless weddings throughout the year, but am also called on by a wide variety of companies to add value to their various corporate events.
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.
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