I present wedding seminars at The Grand Wedding Show and select wedding venues.
How Much Should a DJ Cost?
Is your wedding someone’s weekend hobby, and do they know how to make it any different to the weekend before? 11 questions to ask that will help find a great entertainer that offers more than “just music”.
Learn how New Zealand DJ entertainment has changed and what you can expect from your wedding DJ. Ideas and examples from weddings worldwide and here.
The seminar is based on this blog entry.
Improve-a-Groom for guys
Presented by Nick Logan (Auckland) Wedding DJ and Richard Mills (Wellington) MC + DJ as part of the seminar program at The Grand Wedding Show at Sky City. Ideas and direction just for grooms. Tips for the ceremony, the speech, the dance, even the planning that guests will love, and she’ll never forget.
Improve-a-Groom is all about encouraging the groom to be himself, to be the man she agreed to married, to be creative in his own unique way. It’s also about helping the guys understand some of the challenges a bride faces both in the planning and on the day itself.
- How he can start the reception in way nobody will EVER expect with just 3 words
- How to prepare an ever better wedding speech
- What he can do in the days before the wedding to help the bride and/or bridesmaids
- How to handle advice from multiple sources
- Wedding video secrets
- Surprises with his own flair that any bride will love
- Overall planning and preparation
- First dance tips
Wedding MC Mini-Seminar
Ask your Auckland or Waikato wedding venue if they will be hosting this presentation.
Many couples don’t realise the crucial role their wedding master of ceremonies will play. They assume because their MC is a “great public speaker”, everything will fall into place. The key to being a great wedding MC is communication which does not mean just talking. Being a confident public speaker does not necessarily mean they know what to say, or when.
Rather than focus on telling jokes “confidently”, the MC should be checking that your team are ready before announcing the buffet is ready. Simple, yet so often overlooked.