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Mervyn C. V. Rutter
Toastmaster & Master of Ceremonies
Past President (2013/14)
 

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31, Mersea Avenue
West Mersea
Essex
CO5 8JL

01206 385527
Mervyn C. V. Rutter
Master of Ceremonies, Surrogate Host, Event Co-ordinator, Compere, Presenter, Announcer.

When planning her wedding day, it is certain that every bride will take steps to ensure that it will run smoothly. Regrettably however, it is certain that at some time she will have been to a wedding that lacked that important 'sparkle'.

On reflection the most likely reason for that was that no one was on hand to co-ordinate the reception etiquette procedure and generally to take care of all those little unforeseen emergencies that however carefully things have been planned, can always arise. You may not want to take the chance that this will happen on your SPECIAL DAY.

A Toastmaster and Master of Ceremonies always adds that touch of dignity and efficiency to your wedding in a friendly and courteous manner, ensuring that both families are able to enjoy the day to the full, relaxed in the knowledge that the organisation of the day is in safe and expert hands.

Customary matter such as the receiving line, the cutting of the cake and of course the speeches, all have to be managed.

The advice of your Toastmaster, which is available to you from the moment he is booked, can often prove invaluable. It may be that up until now you have not thought of engaging such a person for your wedding reception. Possibly you feel that a formally dressed, red coated Master of Ceremonies to be 'over the top'.

The modern day Toastmaster has the ability to adapt to the particular requirements of each individual wedding and his experience enables him to be either the formal professional or the informal link-man, as the circumstances require.