Roman and Nina Masters of Ceremonies

Roman and Nina Masters of Ceremonies

WEDDING CEREMONY

One of the most crucial decisions for your wedding reception is the choice of entertainment. We understand that choosing a MC is one of the important investments that will determine the overall success of your celebration. Our promise is to make you confident knowing that Masters of Ceremony will meet and exceed your expectations each and every time.

Your entertainment specialist handles all of the important events and announcements throughout the reception including: The formal introductions, toasts, traditional dances, cutting the cake, bouquet and garter tosses, and everything down to the last dance.

Custom and detailed planning dramatically increases our efficiency throughout the design process of your special event. We then use these ideas as a framework to design a wedding reception that emphasizes your own style and personality. From the initial meeting to the big day, know that we are with you every step of the way.

We know that every wedding is unique and requires it's own level of special attention, excellent presentation skills, and professional audio equipment.

BIRTHDAY PARTY

A birthday is a day or anniversary where a person celebrates his or her date of birth. Birthdays are celebrated in numerous cultures, often with a gift, party or rite of passage. In many portions of the world an individual's birthday is celebrated by a party where a specially made cake, usually decorated with lettering and the person's age, is presented. The cake is traditionally studded with the same number of lit candles as the age of the individual. The celebrated individual makes a silent a wish and attempts to blow out the candles in one breath; if successful, it means the wish will be granted.

The MC is the key person on the microphone at a birthday party. At a birthday party, the MC may introduce family and close friends to the crowd or the birthday boy or girl. An MC will also announce special segments of the party such as the Happy Birthday song or the cutting of the cake.

Generally, people are in good spirits during a birthday party, but the MC will chime in as necessary to add excitement to the celebration. This may include exhibiting a lively and upbeat personality with every announcement and using well-timed humor during ceremonies. In addition, the MC may talk over songs to add a layer of interactivity to the song and encourage party goers to join in by singing, dancing and having a good time. Overall, an MC works the microphone to spread the joy the birthday party requires, and he feels connected to the celebrating.

ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

A wedding anniversary is the anniversary of the date a wedding took place. The names of some anniversaries provide guidance for appropriate or traditional gifts for the spouses to give each other; if there is a party these can be brought by the guests or influence the theme or decoration. These gifts vary in different countries, but some years have well-established connections now common to most nations: 5th Wooden, 10th Tin, 15th Crystal, 20th China, 25th Silver, 35th Pearl, 40th Ruby, 50th Golden, 60th Diamond.

It's a celebration!!! They have been together 25, 30, 40 even 50 years. And now it's time to party. Much preparation has to be done. Select the hall, invite the guests, cut the cake and find the MC! Let the fun begin and end with Roman and Nina Masters of Ceremonies!

Skeptical? In today's world, it's easy to be. However, there is one constant in any economic climate, quality entertainment ranks as one of the best returns on your dollar. Now, more than ever, you need assurances that the MC you choose will not only do a great job, but be around when it's time for your event to happen.

In our 7+ years of service, during good times and bad, we continue to be here for our customers. We are committed to you. Just read what past customers have said in our "Testimonials".

NEW YEAR PARTY

New Year is the time at which a new calendar year begins and the calendar's year count is incremented. In many cultures, the event is celebrated in some manner.

New Year is the biggest holiday in Russian culture. We often say: "The way you spend New Year's Eve is the way you will spend the rest of the year". New Year's eve is usually celebrated in a close family circle with sparkling wine and lots of good food.

During the Soviet era, Christmas was erased from the calendar. But its traditions were too strong to suppress, they were transplanted to New Year's.

On New Year's Eve in Russia, people eat and drink through the night, taking breaks from the festivities to stroll outside in the snow and visit neighbors. In the morning, children wake up to find presents under the tree, delivered by a bearded guy in a red suit. That guy is not Santa but Ded Moroz, or Father Frost. He is aided not by elves, but by his snow-princess sidekick, Snegourichka.

The Soviet Union may be long gone, and Christmas no longer forbidden, but New Year endures as the superholiday of Russian winter. And the many Russian immigrants in the United States continue that tradition.

BAR-MITZVAH/BAT-MITZVAH

One popular feature of the Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebration is a reception. This should ideally be held on the day which the young man/woman becomes 13/12 years old.

There are different practices regarding what is done at a Bar Mitzvah celebration. It is proper for the young person to relate some Torah thoughts at the celebration -- i.e. the famous Bar Mitzvah speech. The speech usually contains ideas from the weekly Torah portion, and emphasizes the young person's commitment to Jewish values.

And what about that Titanic-themed party with Hollywood-style special effects? It's important that the festivities should not become so ostentatious that the spiritual significance becomes secondary. The new adult should appreciate that this is a celebration of maturity and responsibility, a message which will carry through for the rest of their life.

Although tradition dictates that there be a seudat mitzvah (festive meal) to mark the occasion of a bar/bat mitzvah, there are no Jewish laws or regulations regarding this celebration, also called a simcha. The most potent messages about how to celebrate bar/bat mitzvah emanate from congregational custom and children's peer groups.

KIDS PARTY

No matter your child's age, you will always need kids birthday ideas for his or her birthday is a special event. Luckily, for as many different types of children that there are in Twin Cities, (yours is surely the uniquest of the bunch, no doubt) there are enjoyable birthday ideas from Roman and Nina.

So with respect to varying ages and wants, we have a list how to celebrate your kid's birthday, including options for those who like everything from clowns to DJ.

COMPANY PARTY

Celebrating a company anniversary is a big deal. It's a time to gather all the leadership, investors and employees together and celebrate the company's accomplishments and the people who've made it possible.

Special performances are one way to build energy and excitement among the attendees. The performances can be at the beginning, at the end or spread throughout the event.

You also have to consider the knowledge and experience of the facilitator. It is important to choose a facilitator who has an experience in company party celebration. Roman and Nina Masters of Ceremonies can help you!