WeddingMC.org Releases Wedding MC Guide with Reception Games, Reception Timeline, Reception Agenda, Wedding MC Scripts, Tips & More for the Novice Wedding Emcee Who Wants to Create a Fun Reception
Wedding MC Guide - How To Be A FUN Wedding MC - Wedding Reception Checklists, Wedding Reception Timeline, Wedding MC Run Sheet, Scripts, Reception Games & More.
Online PR News – 06-May-2011 –WeddingMC.org announces the release of their new guide entitled How To Be A FUN Wedding MC.
Choosing an emcee who knows what to do and how to create a fun celebration is an essential Wedding Planning detail, considering the thousands of dollars the bride and groom and their parents invest in creating an elegant reception for their guests.
"The importance of the emcee's role to the success of the wedding reception is often underestimated when planning the event," says author Mark Livingston. "The wedding planners erroneously think the Wedding MC they select will know what to do - which is not always the case."
Because the Master of Ceremonies plays a key role during the reception, How To Be A FUN Wedding MC is specifically designed for the novice or first-time Wedding MC who has little or no experience in planning or directing a wedding reception agenda. It includes…
- Wedding MC duties so the master of ceremonies knows what to do
- The wedding reception timeline to guide the emcee from start to finish
- How to create the reception agenda so the emcee has a "blueprint" of the reception
- Detailed checklists for key events so important details aren't overlooked
- Preparation forms to help the emcee plan fun introductions and guest activities
- Word-for-word scripts including the Opening Speech
How To Be A FUN Wedding MC also shows the emcee how to create a celebratory atmosphere at the reception and includes reception games and fun entertainment ideas to increase the guests' enjoyment.
It's intended for a wide range of receptions and covers the reception order of events, the Order of Wedding Speeches and Toasts, how to make fun introductions during the Grand Entrance, and how to introduce speakers during the speeches and toasts section of the reception.
This is a hands-on guide the emcee can put to use immediately and has been designed for ease of use. It's specifically written for the Wedding MC who will be conducting a reception in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United States, South Africa, United Kingdom, the Caribbean, and English speaking countries in Europe.
"How To Be A FUN Wedding MC isn't used just by the Master of Ceremonies," Livingston also explains. "The bride-to-be and the mother-of-the-bride, in particular, see this as a valuable wedding planning resource as they create a fun celebration for their guests."
To download a copy of How To Be A FUN Wedding MC, Wedding MC's, brides-to-be, and mothers-of-the-bride are invited to go to http://WeddingMC.org/wedding-emcee.html
WeddingMC.org specializes in showing the Master of Ceremonies how to plan the wedding reception agenda. It offers advice to the novice emcee as well as tips about duties and responsibilities and provides free special reports including the Wedding MC Speech Guide.