What to expect

You don’t have to do this alone, 
let us help make your day perfect!

Minnesota Wedding Party developed the concept of a Wedding Host in 2012 to provide you and your guests
with a completely hassle free experience. From the time the first guest arrives until the last guest leaves,
your Host will be on the job making things run smoothly. We anticipate potential issues and resolve them
before they become problems that could ruin your big day.  

When you arrive at the reception your Host will…

-Have background music playing

-Greet guests when they arrive

-Provide guidance towards the guest book, gift table, restrooms etc.

-Help with any needs during cocktail hour, dinner, and throughout the entire evening

-Keep your guests politely informed about upcoming activities

When the couple arrives we….

-Tend to any of your immediate needs

-Introduce the Wedding Party

-Introduce the Couple

-Help everyone get seated for dinner

As the day progresses we….

-Facilitate blessing, toasts, or announcements via wireless microphone

-Help keep you on schedule

-Introduce your wedding slide show (all AV equipment and design help is provided as part of your package)

-Partner with event staff, to avoid any interruption of your day

-Host a few fun (not cheesy) surprises that we won’t tell you about

Later in the evening we….

-Prepare the space for the dance floor

-Setup the Dance Lights. (We prefer not to include industrial lighting in your dinner pictures)

-Quietly inform any V.I.P. guests (Mom, Dad, Wedding Party etc.) that the dance will be starting soon

When the dance starts we….

-Introduce the Couple

-Host specialty dances (Parent Dances, Wedding Party, etc)

-Provide a fun variety of Music with Videos from current and older artists to keep as many people out on the dance floor as possible throughout the entire night

“We internally rolled our eyes HARD when he called himself a wedding concierge, but that’s 100% what he was. From the moment we arrived for our ceremony, he handled everything. From wrangling a wayward groomsman to making sure we had drinks, to keeping the timeline flowing, to making sure the music fit the crowd, They had everything on lock and we didn’t worry about a thing. He even gave us both some Advil at the end of the night with a glass of water, to prevent us feeling really sore the next day.”
-Kraig and Katie Mathias