Duty of a Toastmaster.

On the day of the wedding the Toastmaster:

  • Liais with the venue coordinator to confirm timings and wedding arrangements
  • Checks in with the Registrar and confirms arrangements
  • Checks that the Bride is happy
  • Escorts the Bridegroom and Best Man to Registrar
  • Returns the Bridegroom and Best Man to the gathered guests
  • Briefs the guests of the day’s itinerary
  • Escorts the Bride to the Registrar
  • Invites guests to be seated
  • Supports Registrar as required
  • At end of ceremony invites guests to partake of refreshments
  • Helps photographer coordinate photographs
  • Confirms when venue manager is ready for guests to be seated for Wedding Breakfast
  • Invites guests to be proceed to the dining area to be seated
  • Announces Bride and Bridegroom and processes them to their seats
  • Makes any announcements as required
  • The Wedding Breakfast starts
  • After desert and the toasting glasses are filled (usually after coffee is served) introduces speeches (Bride’s Father - Bridegroom - Best Man and others as requested)
  • Introduces the cutting of the cake (this could take place after the room is cleared for the dancing in case which the Toastmaster will request folk to leave the venue).
  • Manages the bridal ‘bouquet launch’ (if taking place)
  • Confirms that the venue to prepared for dancing and DJ is ready to start
  • Asks guests to re-enter the venue
  • If the cake cutting takes place before the dancing the Toastmaster will announce this
  • Announce the first dance - this could either be the Bride and Bridegroom or Bride and Bride’s father
  • Official Toastmaster duties end at this point.


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