SERVICES

Why Hire a Toastmaster?

The toastmaster’s traditional dress of red coat and white tie provide an additional touch of splendour to your event, but he is more than a Master of Ceremonies and speaker to introduce the toasts. A toastmaster is also a facilitator, coordinator and go-between. With his air of quiet professionalism an experienced toastmaster will relieve the pressure on the host or hostess and ensure everything goes exactly as planned, no matter what the occasion.

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What Events?

Martin can bring his skills to a range of occasions. These include, but are not limited to:

Weddings (of all denominations)

Barmitzvahs and Batmitzvahs

Masonic Ladies’ Nights

Burn’s Night Suppers

Civic events

Corporate dinners

Charity Functions

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WEDDINGS

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  • Prior to the arrival of the Wedding Party and guests a toastmaster will ensure that the function room(s) have been prepared in accordance with your wishes.

  • He will liaise with the venue and suppliers, such as caterers and entertainers, to ensure that everything runs smoothly and according to timetable.

  • Receive the happy couple upon arrival at the venue

  • Assist the Photographer in forming the various group photographs

  • As requested organise the receiving line and introduce the guests to the Hosts

  • Ensure guests are seated at the appropriate time for the meal

  • Announce the arrival of the happy couple to the Wedding Breakfast

  • As requested say Grace or introduce the guest who is to perform this duty.

  • Organise and announce the cutting of the cake

  • Introduce the formal speakers and assist with any presentations

  • Announce the retirement of Bride and Groom from the table

  • Advise guests of subsequent arrangements (clearing tables for allow space for dancing etc.)

  • As requested introduce the first dance

OTHER EVENTS

  • He will liaise with the venue and suppliers, such as caterers and photographers, to ensure that everything runs smoothly and according to timetable.

  • Receive the guests upon their arrival at the venue

  • Announce the arrival of the President and principal guests

  • As requested say Grace or introduce the person who is to perform this duty

  • Introduce the formal speakers

  • Announce and assist with any presentations

  • Announce, and if requested draw, the raffle

  • Announce any post-meal entertainment