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Jono's Guide to Timing Magic at Your Wedding

Updated: Mar 8, 2023

Wedding celebrations are one of the most magical moments in a person's life, and what better way to make it even more special than by hiring a professional magician to perform on your big day. Not only do magicians provide entertainment, but they also bring a sense of wonder, amazement, and laughter that can last a lifetime. The timing of when to bring the magic to your event is just as important as the magician's performance itself, so here are a few key moments to consider when booking a magician for your wedding.

Wedding Breakfast

The wedding breakfast is a perfect opportunity for the magician to showcase their skills. They can work with the venue staff to determine the best times to perform between courses, or while guests are waiting to be served. Magic is also great for just after the meals when guests are relaxing and finishing their drinks or dessert. A magician can bring a touch of fun and excitement to the atmosphere, helping to keep the energy levels high.


During the photo session is another great time to have your magician perform. The photographer can capture that "wow" moment, creating a lasting memory for you and your guests to look back on. The magician's comedy patter and quick wit can also help to create smiles and laughter among the crowd, making the photo session a fun and relaxed experience.


While speeches may not seem like the appropriate time for entertainment, if you have children at your wedding, a magician can be the ideal choice to keep them entertained. With a little magic, the children will be entertained, and the speeches will be a much more enjoyable experience for everyone.


Turnarounds during weddings, when you are moving from one room to another, or indoors to outdoors, etc., can take a bit of time while staff are finishing preparations or guests are settling down. This is the perfect time for your magician to casually mingle among the crowd and provide a little light entertainment in the meantime.

Evening Party

The evening party is the perfect time to unwind and let your hair down after a wonderful day of celebration. With a more relaxed and less formal atmosphere, the magician can almost become one of the guests, strolling around with a deck of cards in hand, entertaining guests with their magic tricks.

When it comes to hiring a magician for your wedding, it's important to choose someone who is professional, experienced, and knowledgeable. A magician who is a member of The Magic Circle is a symbol of quality and expertise in the world of magic, and their members are committed to maintaining the highest standards of magic. By choosing a magician who is a member of The Magic Circle, you can be confident that the performance you receive will be of the highest quality, leaving a lasting impression on you and your guests.

Magic can be the perfect addition to your wedding celebration, providing entertainment, laughter, and memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you choose to have the magician perform during the wedding breakfast, photos, speeches, turnaround, or evening party, their performance will make your special day truly unforgettable.

If you're looking to add a touch of magic to your wedding celebration, don't hesitate to contact me. As a professional magician with years of experience, I can provide entertainment that will delight your guests and create memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you're planning your wedding breakfast, photos, speeches, turnaround, or evening party, I can work with you to determine the best times to perform and make your day truly unforgettable. Contact me today to discuss your options and book your wedding magician.

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