Your wedding breakfast is probably the first time most of your relatives will meet. Properly balanced background music, in fact, a relaxing atmosphere, can help to ease the uncomfortable silence until they all get to know each other.
Microphones are available for any speeches or announcements.
Arrival of Guests
One of the benefits of having James with you is that there will never be ‘dead air’. In other words, uncomfortable silence.
As your guests arrive for the cocktail reception and wedding breakfast, James will play a variety of easy listening background music. You can have as much input to this as you wish or you can just leave it up to James.
MC (Emcee) Service
James is experienced at introductions and giving instructions to most kinds of audience as an MC (EmCee). His skills are perfect for your wedding day. He can, if required, guide and assist you and your guests throughout the day. The wedding breakfast is an ideal time for James to get involved. Using a radio microphone he can mingle with the guests and make any announcements required. This would be discussed in detail at on of your consultations.
Bride and Groom Entrance Music
What better way to announce the newly-weds than with your very own choice of entrance music as you enter and take your place at your table. Make a bold musical statement or have a gentle entrance, it’s up to you.
James is fully experienced ion selecting music for your wedding breakfast. Therefore, he can make up a playlist comprising Jazz, Smooth Jazz, acoustic, covers, Rat Pack, classical music and more. You can also provide a list of specific tracks to incorporate into the duration of your meal.
All music will be of a very high audio quality, balanced to the same level and will have smooth transitions.
James has a number of microphones available to you. Unless there are any technical reasons not to, a radio microphone is available for all of your wedding speeches. However, normal wired microphones are available when a radio microphone is not suitable. James will be on hand to pass the microphone on to the next speaker.