5 Things To Remember When Hiring A Magician For A Wedding

If you’re in the middle of planning a wedding and you’re thinking about hiring a magician, you’re probably worried about how to know if you’re dealing with a good one. There are a lot of magicians out there, but the question is, who is tricking you and who can do real magic tricks? Don’t worry, thanks to the advice from other wedding magicians we are here to help you be able to tell them apart, so you can enjoy your event with a special participation of a magician to make that day not disappear but explode with fun! Here are some pointers for you to remember:

Know The Magicians Type Of Magic And Type Of Show

You could be lucky enough to be talking to the best magician in town but if his specialization as magician doesn’t fit your needs, it still won’t workout. You may need one for a children’s party but the one you’re talking to is better when it comes to corporate events. Know if his training is on Close up, Mix and Mingle, Cabaret/Stage Show, Mind Readers and Illusionists. Then you’ll know if you’re both on the same page.

Set A Reasonable Budget

As mentioned, there are tons of magicians; it’ll help narrow down the search by knowing just how much you can shell out for one. Once that’s settled, you simply search for magicians within your budgets’ range.

It’s Best To Hire A Magician Who Is Highly Recommended By A Friend Or Relative

When you’re on the hunt for a performer, try asking around if they could recommend you someone. A person wouldn’t speak highly of someone they don’t personally know unless they’ve witness how great the magician is for themselves.

If Possible, Ask For His/Her Past Clients Contact Information

Another way to be certain of a performer’s caliber and attitude during a job is through is past clients. If your guy has a website, take the time to read through the testimonials. If not, see if you can speak with a few of his past clients and ask for feedback.

Ask For A Video Of His/Her Performance

What’s proof is more reliable than a candid video of his performance or show? If you started contacting a few magicians, ask them to bring a video of their show in your meet ups so you can see for yourself.