Liverpool Wedding Magician – Performing at Palm House, Sefton Park

Liverpool Wedding Magician – Performing at Palm House, Sefton Park (Photo Credit – Liverpool Echo)

People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones…

…but they’ll have one hell of a wedding if that glass house is Palm House in Sefton Park – a glorious wedding venue in Liverpool.

There’s something special about wedding venues made of glass. They’re so bright and colourful (especially if you choose to get married on one of the three days of the year we actually get some sun!).

I was performing at Palm House, in Liverpool, for the wedding of Kimberley (“don’t you dare abbreviate it to ‘Kim'” was in the P.S. of her first email) and Adam.

Wedding Worries

When I first spoke to the happy couple, they had a few worries about their wedding. They knew they wanted a walkaround entertainer, like a wedding magician (what a discerning couple they are), but weren’t sure when to book me for.

This is a common problem. Booking a wedding magician is quite a strange task. Unless you’re a massive fan of magic and been married 85 times before, booking a wedding magician is a strange thing to have to do.

You’ve probably got questions:

  • When do wedding magicians perform?
  • Can they perform after the ceremony?
  • Do wedding magicians need a stage?

Let me help you with those…

  • Anytime there’s a bit of a lull and you’re worried about your guests getting bored.
  • Yes, we can.
  • Nope. Just point me at your guests and I’ll get them laughing.

After chatting, Kim…berley and Adam realised that, even though they were panicking about the whole day, what they really wanted was to leave the ceremony and enjoy their first moments of being man and wife.

They didn’t want to be worried about bored guests during the drinks reception, so they booked me to perform from the end of the ceremony until the guests were called through for the wedding breakfast, eliminating their worry!

Their guests were a lot of fun and I had a great time performing magic for them. I even got to show the new bride and groom a special trick before I left.

Palm House is such a lovely wedding venue. Are you getting married in Liverpool? If so, make sure to add this place to your shortlist.

(Here are a few more Liverpool wedding venues worth checking out)

If you’re planning your wedding and worried about your guests being bored, or wanting something special to get them laughing and having a fabulous time, click here to get in touch and I’ll tell you how I can help you have an amazing wedding!

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