Paul Grundle - Wedding Magician
An increasing number of people are searching for something different during their wedding reception. Whether you are planning a formal wedding or a modern contemporary celebration, a close-up magician will make your day just that little bit more special. A wedding magician will either be entertaining your guests while you are having your photographs taken, or moving from table to table during your wedding breakfast, Paul’s unique style as a wedding magician will leave your guests utterly stunned and amazed.
“Hi Paul, we just wanted to send a huge huge thank you for your fantastic & amazing magic at our wedding. Entertaining, funny, professional, welcoming, approachable, and just magical! Thank you, Debi and Chris”
“Hi Paul, I can’t thank you enough for being at our wedding, you are brilliant! All my guests just loved you. You really were the icing on the cake. Thank you so much, Suzy & Gary xx”
Paul has performed at hundreds of weddings and knows what is needed from the second your guests arrive, making it easier for strangers to meet and introduce themselves to each other.
There are 2 different packages that Paul recommends he performs his magic on your special day.
Paul Grundle – Wedding Magician
This is the perfect time to have entertainment for your guests during the photos and drinks reception. A lot of guests find this time as down time and the bit they dislike most at weddings. By having Paul perform magic at this time helps in a few ways.
1st. A wedding magician keeps your guests entertained whilst the photographer works his magic taking photos of you and your partner.
2nd. A wedding magician is a great icebreaker for guests that do not know each other and gives them something to talk about when having conversations with other guests.
Finally when guests sit down at the wedding breakfast it is a good topic of conversation whilst waiting for, or enjoying Their meal.
2, After the wedding breakfast.
This is normally straight after the wedding breakfast as the venue ask everyone to leave the dining tables and go either to the other room, or outside whilst they change the room around for the evening reception. This again is a down time guests don’t like as there is a lot of standing and waiting around for the disco, cake cutting and first dance. There is normally around 2 hours that they wait. So again it’s a great way to fill this gap. It is also great for when the evening guests arrive later as everyone is laughing and having a good time and not sat around bored waiting.