Being good with people I can easily be on the same wavelength with different kinds of groups, but the English have a special place in my heart. My sister’s husband is also from Liverpool and I was their wedding host on my very first wedding.
One key to success is usually an international group who are open to all the crazy stuff. The other is an exceptional wedding-team. I like to contribute to the former and grateful for the latter.
Both were given for Anita and Paul’s wedding, so we added a lot of extra surprises to the splendid moments: the bride tossed her bouquet, I translated the speeches, we got to know the couple’s secrets through the shoe game, but we also played the hand and foot recognition variants. What’s more, our foreign friends even learned the basics of a Hungarian folk dance. Not from me though, that wouldn’t have been that much of an experience – but with the help of Attila Abonyi.
We couldn’t have asked for a better wedding host than Peter.
On our first meeting we automatically knew we would like to book him for the job. He masterfully coordinated our bilingual wedding. Basically all Hungarian and English guests loved him for how he made us smile and forged the two parties together with his witty wedding games. We’re still getting feedbacks on how attentive, humorous and nice he was with everybody.
All things considered, thanks for the great job, Peter! Our Happy Day wouldn’t have been so magnificent without you!