Your party

We don’t celebrate life’s milestones nearly enough,

Having a plan for the event and making sure we make the most of this special time with our family and friends

Event planning and advice are part of the service – remember, I’ve seen hundreds of parties and I’ll be happy to share my experience to help you plan a great event.  I am not just a DJ, I’m an experienced, professional master of ceremonies who will inform, guide and direct your party so you can relax and have fun.

In that case the guests arrived from 8 for arrival drinks.

We opened the buffet at about 9:30.

At 10:00 I got everybody gathered around the cake for the cutting and singing of Happy Birthday.

The Birthday boy then made a short speech and then we got everybody grouped up for a photo.

They they had an Awards Ceremony for the best fancy dress followed by a “first dance” for the chap and his wife.

All the guests joined them on the floor, they had a balloon net which we released and we set off a confetti shooter …

The dance floor was busy from then until the finish at 1am!

That party had quite a lot going on, but the important thing I wanted to demonstrate was that we had a plan so that everything flowed and nothing was missed or forgotten.

  • Meet and greet

    You should allow around an hour to meet and greet your guests as they arrive and have a couple of drinks.

  • Food

    If you are having food it’s wise to serve it once everyone has arrived and before they’ve had too much to drink.

  • Cake

    Having a cake?  Make sure it’s ready and there is a time for it to be presented.

  • Speeches

    Someone needs to say something, even if it’s only to thank everyone for coming.  There may be several speeches – we can even integrate prerecorded messages or videos from people who couldn’t make it to the party.

  • Photo

    Wouldn’t it be great if you had a group photo of everyone together

  • Party

    We have plenty of suggestions on how to get the dancing underway and always make sure we play what our clients want and avoid things they don’t like.

  • Finale

    Bringing proceedings to a close in planned finale makes the event even more memorable.