The Master of Ceremonies or what is commonly called as the Emcee is the overall host of your event. Whether the guests will enjoy your event or get bored by it, will greatly depend on how good your host is.
The host makes sure that the whole event is not dull and that everyone is comfortable and happy. Needless to say, the host can usually make your break your event. So how do we make sure that you get the best host for the event? Here are some factors to consider:
1. He has to be organized.
In any supplier that you will talk to, it pays to observe whether they are organized or not. If somebody came to a meeting with his files all around and he can’t seem to find a piece of paper to show you, then that may not be an organized person, and the chances of him overlooking your event can also be high.
2. He must be in the loop.
A good host needs to know what is going on with the whole event. Even if he will only be in front of the guests, it is better if he knows all the suppliers, and the whole program of the event itself. Why? What if there is a problem with food, when the host sees that the guests are getting uneasy, he knows who to ask about updates so he’ll know exactly what to tell the guests. He can keep them entertained while the issue is being resolved.
3. He has to have the initiative to know the bride and groom.
The core of the event is to make the couple’s dream come true. All the visitors there will be connected to the two of them. A good host will have the initiative to meet with the bride and groom at least once to ensure that he can personally vouch that he knows them.
4. He has to be careful with his jokes.
As anyone who is to face the public, a good host must know when a joke is just a joke. He must be careful not to offend anyone or he may risk facing the awkward silence phase. That is what any host should be avoiding.
5. Hire a professional.
With all these requirements, how can you make sure that the host you are talking to meets these requirements? I hate to break it to you but that will be hard. So to avoid having to regret your choice, you might want to consider hiring a professional for this.
Here are some professionals that you can never go wrong with:
Atom Ungson | www.facebook.com/atom.ungson
Francis Day | email@example.com
Archie Zapanta | firstname.lastname@example.org
Julius Arvin Atayde | email@example.com
Moxx DeVera | firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Agtarap | www.richardagtarap.com
DanCabisada | email@example.com
Vet Lauzon | firstname.lastname@example.org
Darlene Tan-Salazar | email@example.com
Jamie Fournier | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Lapena | email@example.com
Randy Balaguer | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Adrian Silang | email@example.com
Papa Tom of 93.5FM Dagupan/ https://www.facebook.com/rhodney.tamayo
Amanda Santiago | facebook.com/amandaventurasantiago
Don Dante Casibang | facebook.com/dondante.eventologist
Billy Sienes | +63 929 202 7005
Edison “Jingle” Saynes | +63 922 867 1165
Ryan Uybengkee | facebook.com/ryan.uybengkee
Phoebe Kaye Fernandez | facebook.com/fluffyphoebe
Romel Pareja | firstname.lastname@example.org
Rex Del Rosario | +63 927 798 7006
Don Gonzalez | +63 932 887 9208
Joey Sy-Domingo | +63 920 951 6494
Andrew James Wolf – Celebrity Host | email@example.com
Valor Alba | +63908 864 5818
Milryl Dogomeo | +63999 033 8469
Max Tiu | www.maxtiu.com
Micheal Lim | facebook.com/micsylim
Willord Chua | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerome Go www.jeromego.com
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