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Wedding MC and DJ Services Sydney
The role of MC at your wedding is one of the most important and the hardest.
To entertain without stealing the limelight, to successfully control the flow of events things while appearing relaxed and laid back.
You have invested too much time and money on this day to leave the running of events to your Uncle Mick or a family member your new mother-in-law wants to include. Besides, they should be free to celebrate with you.
The key to a great reception is having a professional wedding MC at the helm. Someone to keep things organised, moving according to the order of events, and to inject a little humour into the evening to ensure the atmosphere does not fall flat takes all the stress out of the evening.
Leaving you to enjoy being a newlywed surrounded by the most important people in your lives.
Have you ever been to a reception where you could hardly hear a thing because the wedding DJ had the music inappropriately loud during announcements?
Or one where people aimlessly milled around when they should be dancing because the music fell flat or was too quiet?
If the MC is the one that keeps events on track, the DJ is the one who keeps the party going.
I can help you tick both these boxes, save money, and leave you to enjoy your day without stress.
Why Choose Me?
The best wedding MC in Sydney for you is the MC who takes the time to get to know you and makes sure you are comfortable discussing your needs.
As MC, I use that knowledge to craft a personalised evening for you, injecting tidbits and stories into the evening to keep things light, personalised, your guests engaged and avoid a ‘cookie cutter’ style evening.
While the best wedding MCs make it look effortless, it is anything but. Communication is key. Both with yourselves and with other people playing a pivotal role in the evening. With years of public speaking and MC experience I will guide your reception and ensure everyone feels welcome and included.
As your wedding DJ, I know the importance of music in keeping your reception enjoyable and on-theme throughout the entire evening. I will work with yourselves and the MC to deliver a night of entertainment that suits the atmosphere you have in mind.
A skilled celebrant, MC and wedding DJ, I can guide your wedding or vow renewal ceremony from walking down the aisle to leaving procession.
- Free consultations
- Fun and entertaining
- Decade of public speaking experience
- Original script guaranteed
- 100% obligation free quotes
- Your choice of music
If you are looking for a wedding DJ and MC hire in Sydney, you are in the right place. Located in the Western Suburbs, I can act as celebrant and/or wedding MC in the following areas:
- The Western Suburbs
- The Blue Mountains
- Kangaroo Valley
- Hunter Valley
- Greater Sydney region
As our DJ, Darran made sure to find out our favourite songs and make sure they were in his rotation. Surprisingly, he also asked what songs we hated to make sure he did not play them at our reception. Thanks for making our night a blast, Darran.
- Diego (Penrith)
Darran emceed our wedding as well as conducting the service. It was absolutely fantastic as everyone knew who to turn to when they had a question and instantly listened when he had the mic in his hand. Our whole day went off without a hitch and Darran was a large part of keeping it relaxed and on track. Thanks, Mate.
- Emma (Newcaslte)
Frequently Asked Questions
A Master of Ceremonies, MC or emcee is the official host of your wedding or event. Your MC will make sure the evening runs smoothly by making announcements, introducing speakers, engages with the guest to keep the order of events on schedule and supports everyone to play their part in the night.
A wedding DJ in Sydney can be priced anywhere from $1,000 – $2,500 depending on what your needs and expectations are and how long their services are required.
It always pays to ask questions before engaging the services of a wedding DJ. You will want to find out, at a bare minimum:
- How long have you been doing this professionally?
- How many weddings have you played?
- How extensive and up to date is your music library?
- Can we submit a Do Not Play list?
- Are there any other fees I might accrue that are not covered in your rates?
- Is my wedding date available?
- What is your style?
- Do you take breaks, if so how many and how long?
- What are your rates and what doesthat include?
- Are you insured?