Performing during the Photographs – Top Wedding Tip

Mind Reader performing during the photographs

Looch performing during the photographs at a Wedding at Kelham House, Nottinghamshire.

Why performing during the photographs can enhance your big day

In all the years I have been hired to perform at weddings, one thing has always remained true. There is always a natural lull in proceedings immediately after the ceremony has finished. The structure of the day is self-explanatory during the build up, but once your married, your guests often don’t fully understand what comes next.

This can be an awkward part of your day; your guests will get a drink and stand around chatting politely waiting to be notified of the structure and what follows. You will be busy with the photographer being taken to various spots for photos with family and guests, so one of the best ways in which to keep the natural flow going is to hire an entertainer who can be performing during the photographs with your guests.

My Mix & Mingle booking is the perfect choice to keep everyone entertained who might not directly be involved with the photographs. By performing during the photographs, up close to your guests, I can generate a buzz amongst them and create a real talking point. Many couples have commented that they think of me as the perfect icebreaker for those guests/family who have never met before.

Wedding Testimonial – ‘Performing during the Photographs’

“You were excellent! Really got the guests talking and kept them entertained. We were so pleased that you got whole tables talking about how they were amazed that you managed to read their minds. Looch is different to the usual entertainment and comes highly recommended”

Mr & Mrs Brunt

For more information on ‘best times’ to book Looch during your wedding, check out his article entitled ‘When is the best time for your wedding entertainment to perform?’

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