Master of Ceremonies
Do you need someone to skillfully break the ice, run your event to a “T” and create the perfect image for you and your clients? Then you're in the right place. I can MC:
- Promotional Events
- Outdoor Events
- Gala dinners
- Awards Nights
I have had the privilege of being MC for many of Canberra’s organisations and event.
Whatever your requirements may be, the one thing that’s going to ensure your event is a hit is by hiring the right MC who is an expert at understanding your focus and knowing what is important to you.Contact me now for a No Obligation quote.
- Unlimited contact via phone and email, along with as many face to face meetings as required, with personalised preparation time prior to the Reception
- "The Little Things" Questionnaire
- Meeting with the Venue prior to the Reception
- Creating and providing a complete Run Sheet for the Reception in consultation with the Couple and the Venue's Event Manager
- Point of contact and communication with the couple on the night, as required
- Master of Ceremonies at your Wedding Reception, including all formalities of the evening. This includes complete co-ordination of your Reception, including being the point of contact with the Venue Manager and all staff, as well as co-ordination with all other suppliers on the night (DJ, Band, Photographer, Videographer and any other entertainers).
What you pay and when
$880.00 including GST
Initial Booking Fee of $330 including GST, payable at the time of Booking. Balance of $550 including GST payable up to 14 days prior to the wedding date.
I absolutely love my association with Marymead, Dainere’s Rainbow and Legacy Queanbeyan and I am very proud to be their MC of choice. Over the years, I have also had the great privilege of working with the Cerebral Palsy Alliance, JDRF ACT and Camp Quality ACT.
Marymead, a well-respected, not-for-profit organisation servicing the ACT and southern and western regional areas of NSW, has been delivering a range of high quality, family support services to children, young people and their families since 1967. With offices in Canberra and in NSW at Goulburn, Moruya, Young and Wagga Wagga, Marymead’s array of programs and services include child and family counselling, early intervention programs, Permanency Program (out of home care), post separation support, the Autism Centre, parent education groups, family and mental health support programs and contact and changeover services for separated parents in significant conflict. Marymead works to ensure that children, young people and their families, including those who are most vulnerable across Canberra and the surrounding NSW regions, are well supported through their key life transitions and are able to achieve positive life outcomes and live fulfilling, productive and happy lives.
Dainere’s Rainbow Brain Tumour Research Fund was established in memory of and as a legacy to Dainere in conjunction with The Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation to support the research of the devoted Associate Professor David Ziegler and his team who are working towards improving the outcomes for all children diagnosed with brain tumours. Dainere was the most courageous, selfless and inspiring young person you could ever meet, she worked passionately and tirelessly during her short life to elevate significant awareness and raise vital funds for paediatric brain tumours. Her greatest wish in life was that no children in the future would have to suffer as she did and that one day a cure for this horrendous disease will become a reality.
Legacy is dedicated to caring for the families of deceased and incapacitated veterans. Today Legacy's caring and compassionate service assists around 65,000 widow(er)s and 1,800 children and dependants with a disability. Legacy is a voluntary organisation supported by veterans, servicemen and women, and volunteers drawn from all walks of life. Our support and services now extend to include the dependants of members of today's Australian Defence Force who lose their lives as a result of their military service. The Legacy Club of Queanbeyan-Eden-Monaro began as Queanbeyan Legacy in 1933. The Club’s early activities were focused mainly in the Queanbeyan region, but in 1948 were increased to cover all of Monaro electorate. Contacts were established at Cooma and Bombala in 1953, providing the basis for Cooma-Bombala Legacy and in 1972 the name of the Club was changed to Queanbeyan-Monaro Legacy. In 1996 the Far South Coast (FSC) Group joined the Club, and in 1997 the Club title was changed to its present form. The club now comprises three administratively and financially autonomous Groups, each with its own area of operations and operating under the overall control of the QEM Board of Management.