The job title Toastmaster is a bit of a misnomer as a Toastmaster rarely makes a toast. A more accurate description of what they actually do is ‘Master of Ceremonies’ or ‘Event Facilitator’.
A Toastmaster really does not do ‘what is written on the tin’ they actually do an awful lot more.
But why employ, or more appropriately, invest in a Toastmaster?
A Toastmaster’s primary objective is to make your event run smoothly, ensure your guests have a memorable day and take away any pressure from the organiser and their guests.
The majority of good venues will agree that to guarantee a fun and successful wedding it is really important to have someone at the event who will ensure that:
It is a real bonus if the Best Man, Maid of Honour, Ushers, Groomsmen, Bridesmaids or even the venue’s Duty Manager has time to:
A Toastmaster is trained to demonstrate a quiet confidence and to manage all these activities, and many more. Their mission is to ensure the Bridal Party, or event organiser and their guests have a memorable, enjoyable and stress-free day.
A Toastmaster’s services should not be seen as ‘another expense’. They should really be recognised as an investment that will ensure a Bride’s wedding or event organiser’s plans become a fun based reality.
So why not drop me a line to see what I can do to make your event truly memorable - for all the right reasons.
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