When you appoint a toastmaster at your wedding, you will be following a great British tradition. A professional toastmaster and master of ceremonies will help plan your day's activities, maintain calmness and relieve an awful lot of stress so that you can relax and really enjoy your day.
As well as make essential, timely and energetic announcements, a good Surrey toastmaster will orchestrate proceedings, ensure everyone is seated and help out with any last minute or unexpected tasks.
Here’s some great wedding toastmasters based in Surrey from places like Woking, Epsom, Guildford, Croydon, Camberley and Haslemere, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your Surrey Wedding magazine when contacting a toastmaster for your wedding.
A toastmaster will liaise with you and your events team throughout the planning process and can advise on etiquette and timings, guiding you through all of the options available to make your event as formal or as relaxed as you want it to be. On the day, they will liaise with the banqueting team, the photographers and any entertainers to knit your event together and ensure it runs on time. Your toastmaster will be on hand to provide a warm welcome and resolve any minor issues as they arise, freeing you completely to enjoy your occasion with your family, friends and guests.
Posted: 3 August 2022
We spoke to John Griffiths from The Society Toastmaster to find out more about his business: "As a graduate of the Professional Toastmaster's Academy, I've been trained to work across the whole spectrum of events, understand the associated cultural or religious differences, and will provide a professional toastmaster and master of ceremonies service for your day ensuring that your event runs smoothly and as you wish.
"I will balance that sense of tradition and formality with a modern approach, whether it be a wedding, corporate dinner, ladies festival, bar mitzvah, awards ceremony or charity event.
"I will liaise with you and your events team throughout all stages of planning and can advise on etiquette, running order and timings, guiding you through all of the options available to make your event as formal or as relaxed as you want it to be.
Posted: 7 April 2022