From Melbourne to Perth, Phil travels the world as a warm and friendly professional wedding MC. Your guests will love his enthusiasm and welcoming smile.
The Wedding MC Directory is so proud to present the confidence and charm of Melburnian Phil.
Your wedding reception will be organised and entertaining with seasoned professional Phil right by your side – helping you both to relax and enjoy the company of your guests. They instantly trust that the approachable bloke up front will confidently take them through the evening. Phil believes that every wedding reception should be unique, personal and exciting.
His enthusiasm is contagious; your guests will feel it and want to join in.
With an exuberant nature, Phil always gives each client 100% and he’ll do everything possible to make your reception run smoothly.
Born in Australia to German parents, Phil speaks fluent German. Phil is based in Melbourne but works right across Australia; particularly Adelaide and Perth
As Phil himself says: The organisation of a wedding reception should not give way to having fun. Why not have both! I will take as much time as your need to understand exactly how you wish your event to run – and then use my many years of MC experience to make sure your dreams are fulfilled and your expectations exceeded. I will do everything possible to make your reception runs smoothly – and add those little touches of light humour that your audience will enjoy.
As I was about to walk onstage, the AV guy handed me my cordless microphone – my all-time favourite bit of tech – a lovely Shure SM58 – the finest sound possible.
But this was not the same microphone I had tested earlier. This mic had a bright orange ring around the top of it making it look like a lollipop.
“What’s this?” I asked still mounting the steps.
“It’s so I can tell it’s your microphone” the AV mumbled
“What about the number system we’ve always used?” I questioned
“Ah this is so I can tell it’s your microphone from the back of the room”
“If I was a clown, fair enough” I said “but it doesn’t match my dinner suit”
I managed to wriggle the ugly piece of styrofoam off; and handed it to the guy just as I stepped on to the stage. “I’m on microphone number one”
Since this episode, I’ve noticed less experienced MCs helplessly try to look elegant with this ridiculous accessory attached to their main piece of equipment.
Shortly after this episode, I attended an outdoor birthday celebration for the queen of Thailand – and there it was! This elegant affair hijacked by a ridiculous orange ring around the MCs microphone (see photos below)
Sweet tables have grabbed the imagination of the brides this wedding season
Here is another variation that we haven’t seen before. The white jar at the back had gingerbread hidden in them; once discovered, they didn’t last long.
This Master of Ceremonies particularly liked the little name tags
There was no need for this sweets table to be covered over and hidden from view. We simply managed to slide it into place on the other side of the bridal table when the cake was cut. It worked a treat (excuse the pun)
PS will be blogging soon we will be blogging soon about some amazing wedding dresses – recently there has been so many extra-ordinary designs – you are gonna love them!