The Complete Package
Why not have it all? Ceremony, MC and DJ!
If you agree with the following points, you should definitely consider Married By Luke for your whole day!
One man, three hats. With only one person to deal with for three major aspects of your special day you'll be keeping it super simple with less vendors to communicate with!
No double ups in scripts throughout the whole day. At my wedding I had an awesome rendition of our love story and our journey to the wedding day from the Celebrant during the ceremony, however our MC rehashed pretty much the exact same story which got a bit repetitive.
Baller ceremony, even more baller reception. Your wedding ceremony is going to be handled with such class, then backed up with flair at the reception.
Let's be real, no one likes dancing to the entirety of a song. Your wedding music will literally set the vibe for the biggest party you will throw, probably in your entire lifetime! So while a Spotify playlist may be tempting, my advice is to strongly consider booking a DJ who can read the room and cue up the perfect beats.
Great value for money, you practically have me all day! I will be there setting the ceremony up, calming the nerves of the groom, telling the bride how stunning she looks before she walks down the aisle, ushering your friends and family to their seats, officiating the ceremony, coordinating photos after the ceremony, setting up the reception, getting to know your guests during pre-dinner drinks, inviting everyone into the reception, welcoming the newly wedded couple to the party of their lives, introducing your speakers in the most personal fun and entertaining manner that will actually get your guests keen for what they have to say, inviting the newly wedded couple to take their first dance together, cueing up the perfect music, injecting fun when required, keeping an eye on the vibes from start to finish and overall just making sure the entire night runs perfectly and is one to remember!
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