A marriage is the coming together of two families. From the wedding day forward they will be one big happy family. What we do as entertainers to prove this to the audience ingratiates our services to all who experience our performance(s).
As an enhancement to Peter Merry and Randy Bartlett’s personalized introductions, I like to choreograph the manner in which those being introduced walk into the room. Instead of just falling onto the dance floor, looking like a deer caught in the headlights, wondering where to stand, go, etc. There is a plan for each person, couple or group.
When I introduce the bride’s parents I have them stand on the dance floor. Then the groom’s parents come in and stand next to the bride’s parents. I say, “Two families that are now one” and the four parents hold hands, raise their hands over their heads (still holding hands) and then all four bow together.
It brings the house down and brings home the point that just like the bride and groom, the two families are now joined as one.
Scott Faver has established himself as the Game Master with DJs from across the country. In addition to entertaining clients whose names are household words, he continually crafts new games for his clients and the DJ industry. Scott is also the moderator of the Interactive DJ Forum at ProdDJ.com and hosts a weekly on line chat, every Monday, discussing games and activities with DJs all over the world. A big part of the reason DJs have come to recognize Scott as the Game Master might be his being in front of hundreds of them at numerous conventions, cruises or in their own living rooms with his Four Game Master DVDs. A seminar with Scott means one thing: standing room only and fun for all! he also writes the Master’s Series in the ADJA Newsletter and can be found right here on Mobile Beat’s On Line Edition on Game Master Mondays. You can also visit Scott’s web site.
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