At a wedding, you have a lot of people who don’t know each other. This situation can be very awkward when the initial introductions are done with and guests run out of things to say. Having a close-up magician can solve this problem and add value and texture to your wedding. Once the magician disappears your guests will have something in common, something they can discuss, even if it is trying to work out how it was done!
Most likely after your wedding, you'll be taking photos? Consider having Dan entertain your guests during cocktail hour. If you are getting married you want to have the best photos ever not just of the two of you but of all your friends and family. That is after all why you have invested in a professional wedding photographer. Instead of boring photos, the wedding photographer will capture pictures of guests spontaneously having fun and smiling instead of forced smiles. Magic is one of the best ways to get pictures of people who are genuinely smiling, obviously happy and enjoying themselves.
To keep the focus on the bride and groom Dan recommends doing 7-12 minutes "on stage" at weddings and entertainment during cocktail hour.
What happens when the bride and groom play a game of poker at the wedding? You'll absolutely love this routine.
Speaking to the groom - This might be the last day you get to make any decisions by yourself. So today I'm going to let you make all the decisions.
Quickly turning to the bride - Is that okay?
I just wanted to make sure...
After all the decisions are made... Two lessons are learned. Make sure you always let her win AND the second thing he learns is always consulting your wife when you make a decision.
Magical moments will be created with your rings... Dan created over 15 custom routines highlighting the bride and the groom and even their wedding ring. Make the wedding ring disappear and appear in a gumball machine or some other impossible location!
Dan's expertise in custom tailored solutions is perfect for proposals. When one of my clients, Jason, wanted to propose to his girlfriend, Jessica, Dan created several customized ideas to bring magic and complement the surprise proposal at an outdoor cafe in Santa Row, incorporating several special requests: the surprise appearance of a flash mob of friends and family and music duo Lacie and Winship on guitar (pictured below - 4th row). In July of 2018, Bao proposed to Jessie at the Mt. Hamilton Grandview. This scenic location was chosen for its breathtaking views.
All the little details were mulled over to ensure the entertainment fit the venue. The entertainment was designed so it would not disturb any of the surrounding patrons in this romantic location. Dan created several custom illusions. In addition, coordinated with the restaurant to make sure the timing was perfect and coincided with a picturesque sunset in the background. Photographic illusions were used to capture this moment in time. Several souvenirs were also given as keepsakes to the couple so they could cherish this magical evening. (pictured below - 4th row)