Congratulations, you're getting married! 

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Mr & Mrs Calton

"Dean performed at our wedding last week and I have to say we were very happy! He impressed many of our guests with some amazing magic and definitely had us scratching our heads just wondering how he does it!! He was extremely friendly and personable and I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending him for any type of function where you’d like an entertainer with a bit of a difference! Thanks again Dean! You were fab!!! : ) xxx"

 Creating a magical wedding

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Dean's performance is completely flexible to suit your exact needs. 

However, there are two points in the day that are best suited to having the biggest impact on you and your guests...

1. Between the ceremony & wedding breakfast

This is the time of the day when you will be busiest, getting those perfect wedding shots, going off to locations for that special picture, but where does that leave your guests? Usually, just left in the bar with nothing to do. That’s why it’s important to keep your guests occupied and entertained here. 

This makes it an ideal time for Dean to interact with your guests and astound them with feats of mind reading and magic. You’ll return from your photo shoot to find your guests buzzing with excitement!

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2. Between the wedding breakfast & evening reception

Once the meal and the speeches are over, there can be a bit of a lull whilst the room is being turned around. If you have additional evening guests arriving then you want to make sure they arrive to an energised and happy crowd.

This is where Dean will make sure everyone is excited for the party ahead. This perfectly enthuses those that have just arrived and also fills the "down-time" whilst the party room is being set up. 

However you decide to include magic into your special day, Dean's entertainment will leave your guests talking not just for hours but for years to come!.

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