Being the Master of Ceremonies at a wedding is a very important job – it’s up to you to keep the night running smoothly, keep guests happy and entertained, and most importantly to allow the newlyweds to relax on their special night. The bride and groom have entrusted you to be the host of their wedding, which can be nerve-wracking, but is also tremendous honour.
To ensure you are the best MC your bride and groom could have ever wished for, we’ve spoken with four frontrunners in the biz–Michael Coombs, named Canada’s favourite DJ 2012 at the Canadian Special Event Expo, Robert Comeau of Maritime Mobile DJ Services, top rated on WeddingWire, Jason Cathcart of Dance! Shout! Productions, winner of the 2013 Bride’s Choice Awards Best DJ, and Arthur Kerekes of Fusion Events, winner of the 2013 Canadian Special Events Award for Favourite Event Planner. They’ve given us the low-down on how to MC a wedding and with their expertise we compiled this comprehensive list of tips, which every master of ceremonies should review before the big day.