Professional entertainment for your wedding
In September I headed into central London (actually a 30 minute trip on the train) and went to The Happenstance, a venue in the shadow of St Pauls Cathedral; for the wedding of Sarah and Nick.
This was originally booked for September 2020, but because of the CoronaVirus restrictions that were put in place it had to be postponed by a year. Though very frustrating for Sarah and Nick (of course all the others who had been planning their weddings, parties and other celebrations), it did mean there was anticipation amongst the guests who were determined to have a good day.
The wedding party arrived at The Happenstance by a privately hired London Bus, and then I started mingling with the guests as they settled into the covered patio area (though there was a brief pause for the group shot at the base of the column in Paternoster Square). Talking of photos, it was once again a pleasure to work with Sarah Ann Wright (www.sarahannweddings.com); who had an amazing ability to capture a story with pictures.
She recently forwarded over a selection of pictures from Sarah and Nick’s wedding, and I’ve put them together in a montage. I’ll admit that I’ve tried to be a little “arty”, and try to convey how my performing at a wedding for a couple of hours builds from showing some cards tricks, through to creating experiences that are fun, exhilarating and memorable.
It really was good fun entertaining Sarah, Nick, and all their guests – and they really didn’t want me to leave. It was also nice to have the opportunity to do some tricks just for the Sarah and Nick, so they had their own personal experience.
You can also see the pictures from Carys and Steve’s wedding from a few years prior.