If you want to find the most popular wedding performer in your area, then the Internet should be the first place you begin your research. Start by going over to www.jugglinginferno.com and get the names of all the professional wedding performers that are on the Internet. If the prospective wedding performers are not online, they are not serious so you do not have to worry about missing out.
Step by Step Screening Tips to Follow
You have to screen these wedding performers by following these step by step tips. Does the wedding performer do this full time or is it a part time gig for them? Try to focus on wedding performers that have been doing this fulltime so they take it seriously. The part time acts may be good but they are not focused on it like a fulltime person would be so try to deal primarily with fulltime performers.
Once you have identified the wedding performers that are working fulltime you can take a closer look at the type of shows they put on. Since entertainment is highly subjective only you can decide whether the “act” suits your preference and that of your guests. If you like the act, then you can move on to the next step which is finding out what type of experience other couples had when they hired the prospective wedding performer in the past. There are usually testimonials on the performers website but those are biased so look on popular social networking websites like Twitter and Facebook from people that hired the wedding performer in the past. While reviewing all of the feedback that was left by these individuals you should have the information needed to decide whether the prospective wedding performer is viable or not, if they are then you can move to the next step.
You will need to budget for the performer by finding out what they will charge you for their performance. Always get the agreement in writing so you have something to refer to prevent misunderstandings. Another important element to have in the agreement is performance guarantee that the wedding performer will show up on time as agreed, if they do not then the performer will need to compensate you. These terms are standard otherwise you could find yourself with a wedding but no performer to entertain your guests which would be utterly embarrassing.