Peter Aust - Ethnic Weddings and Functions
Whether you are organising a Sikh, Hindu Punjabi, Hindu Gujarati, Muslim, Jewish, Afro-Caribbean or Greek wedding, Peter Aust has the skills to make a difference!
"Peter is arguably the only UK Toastmaster to have lived and worked in India for many years."
In the United Kingdom today, ethnic weddings are big and exciting events. Controlling large numbers of guests and finding large enough venues to accommodate them is becoming harder and harder.
At last, Britain has a professional Toastmaster who understands and respects all the different cultures and traditions.
Peter is now available to work at the Gurdwara (Sikh Temple) to assist with the Welcome of the Barat and Milni, ensuring everyone has morning tea and then moves into the hall for the religious ceremony. Peter then goes back to the venue awaiting the arrival of the guests for the cutting of the cake, first dance, speeches if any, and a jolly good Hindu Punjabi.
At Hindu Punjabi weddings Peter will welcome the Barat and organise the Milni and Jamala either after Milni or in front of the Mandap. After Hindu ceremony Peter will assist in photo calls, guide guests to the reception, announce the grand entrance of the Bride and Bridegroom, announce the speeches if any, cutting of the cake and then the first dance and party.
At Hindu Gujarati weddings Peter will assist with the arrival and reception of Barat, announce the Puja ceremony if necessary, invite guests to refreshments and announce the grand entrance of the Bride and Bridegroom, announce speeches if any, organise cutting of cake, the first dance and party.
At Muslim weddings Peter helps the Iman with the seating of guests prior to Nikar, announce Bride into the room and assists guests at the Valima. Peter, himself, is very well respected in these communities. He can advise on the etiquette and procedures needed to make a happy and joyous occasion.
Why not give Peter a call now? You will enjoy talking with him, and you will be delighted to have him on hand before, and during your wedding day. You know it makes sense!