Reasons To Hire a Toastmaster

Reasons To Hire a Toastmaster

Having a toastmaster can help your wedding day run smoothly.

The red coated toastmaster brings a whole host of skills to any wedding with a sense of formality, impeccable manners, and a gift for spotting potential problems before they arise.

Not only a Master of Ceremonies; toastmasters are key to the organisational team and will help your day run smoothly with no hitches.


Final Details

From the table plan to the cake knife, there are a lot of things that might need checking on the day.

You will be far too busy on the day to become involved in the fine details, your toastmaster will relieve the stress of making sure that nothing has been forgotten.

Your Toastmaster will be the “man in the middle” so you don’t have to be.

Whether it be talking to the caterers or liaising with the photographer to gather guests for group photographs – a Toastmaster takes away the stress of liaising.

With an art for subtle, behind the scenes communication, you won’t even know it’s happening!



A great point of contact for help with traditional etiquette, toastmasters are always happy to help with speeches or the formal receiving line.

When it comes to speeches, toastmasters really are the experts and can help with delivery and content.

They are also on hand to help with those pre speech nerves!


Greeting Guests

Who better to meet your guests as they arrive than a professional, formal Toastmaster?

With excellent people skills, they can help guide your guests to the right place and make sure they are comfortable and settled.



Toastmasters are the king of announcements. Calling people in for the wedding breakfast, announcing the speeches, cutting of the cake and first dance!

Some Toastmasters use a gavel to ensure they get everyone’s attention successfully.


Hopefully your wedding day will go with no hitches, however, it’s always better to be prepared for any little problems that may occur.

Toastmasters often carry amazing tools in their briefcase for those unexpected moments. From spare cufflinks and safety pins to a sewing kit and matches – you never know what you might need!

On your wedding day, you don’t want to be answering questions about timings or seating arrangements. Your Toastmaster will be on hand to deal with all the questions and will act as a point of contact between you and your venue.

They are also a great point of contact for your guests who may have various questions throughout the day.




Why not take a look at the other wedding blogs on the website for more inspiration!