Your wedding is a day to create memories for a lifetime. For the happy couple to express their love for each other and for their friends and family to share in the joy. But let’s face it, whilst the bride and groom are off getting their photos taken, the guests can begin to twiddle their thumbs. A professional magician can certainly help boost your special days entertainment and become a fun addition for the guests but how do you know you have the right magician for your event? As a member of The Magic Circle, the world’s premier magic society, you can be confident in booking Scotland’s Magician. All of my performances are fully insured up to £10 million (Public Liability Insurance), so you can rest assured you and your guests are in the hands of a professional.
I can perform amazing and fun magic in the palms of their hands, right under their noses. Your wedding guests will gasp and laugh, sometimes at the same time, and depending on how the Best Man’s Speech goes, that’s sometimes not an easy job to do!
I also provide fantastic entertainment for the kiddies. During the speeches (which may include humour that the little ones wouldn’t appreciate) I will take them to another room and will spend an hour helping them blow off some steam from the day. We’ll do magic and balloons and, of course, there will be a special appearance from Shadow The Rabbit.
And for a dream wedding package, I am now working with George Monaghan of Monapics Photography to offer “Champagne Weddings – With a touch of Magic”.
“I would like to mention Scott Cuthbertson Scotlands Magician for his fabulous entertainment and his talented wife Dawn for her face and body art, at our daughter’s, Jen Wilson and David Molloy’s wedding.
Adults and children alike were amazed and mystified by Scott’s magic and comedy.
The children loved the beautiful artwork that Dawn painted on them! Oh and of course Shadow the Rabbit! ( who I believe has her own Magic Show with Scott as the Assistant!)
Many children were spotted the next day who clearly didn’t intend to wash their faces/arms until necessary for school!
Thank you Scott and Dawn Cuthbertson for all your hard work- you went down a storm!”
– Valerie Wilson