Stand-up comedy at a wedding? Yes, you heard right. Stand-up has become much more popular over recent years. Booking a stand-up comedian to be part of your wedding breakfast or wedding reception is becoming a more and more popular form of wedding entertainment.

I personalise the comedy entertainment around the guests and the happy couple. I’ll send over a questionnaire before the event to find more about you and your wedding party (dig the dirt lol.) With that info I’ll deliver a tailored bespoke comedy wedding! Take the stress out of the day, relax, kick back and have a laugh. A perfect way to liven up your guests after dinner.

When you make your enquiry we will undertake a free consultation with you to determine:

  • The ideal length of performance to fit your schedule
  • At what point during your wedding the performance will best fit
  • What style of wedding comedian is best for you and guests
  • Finally considering the above, we’ll check availability and confirm if the date is available.

Price £300

You can combine having a comedian with the Full Monty Wedding Package for a reduced fee. Check out the wedding packages.


“I booked Louise to perform at our wedding party. I had no idea what to expect. Well, I’m glad we went for it because it was fantastic. Louise connected with the crowd right away and was able to spin off spontaneous scenarios that happened during her performance. She did a great job tailoring her material so that it would relate to the guests and used the information about the guests, bride and groom which made it personal and extremely funny. Seeing the guest’s reaction on the day, hearing all their feedback then and now seeing the photos makes it even better than we could have ever wished for.

You totally exceeded our expectations. Thanks again Louise, much appreciated.” 

“We weren’t sure about having a comedian at our wedding, seems quite unusual, though my (now) husband loves comedy and persuaded me that it would be a welcome relief from a very organised day in the limelight. He was right. It was a welcome break. Louise sent us a questionnaire about people in the wedding party. It worked a treat; it was like she knew everyone in the room. Everyone had a right laugh. She connected with every generation too, from my granny to our young nephews.

Comedy at a wedding works, very pleasantly surprised. A thoroughly professional job and a great way to bring everyone together before the dancing started. Louise was engaging, warm and very funny.

Terms and Conditions

Booking confirmation: A booking deposit of £150 is required to secure the date. This deposit must be paid within 7 days of the booking. If the payment is not made after this tentative period, your booking will no longer be held or confirmed. A portion of this amount or additional time can be considered on request.

Payment of balance – Payment of the outstanding balance is due 8 weeks prior to the ceremony, unless the booking is made with less than 8 weeks to go. Then payment is required in full at this time.

Payments: All payments are by bacs. The celebrant’s bank details can be found in the invoice.

Postponements: If the wedding is postponed and the new wedding date is still available for the celebrant, the booking deposit amount will be held as future credit for the new wedding date unless the celebrant has another wedding booked on the new date in which case the deposit is forfeited*.

Changes to Agreed Wedding Venue, Date or Time: The couple must inform the celebrant immediately if there is any change to the agreed wedding venue, date, or time. The celebrant will endeavour to accommodate the new venue. date or time changes but if the celebrant already has another wedding booked at that time or the new venue is much further away then a renegotiation of fees or a full or partial refund will be applied if necessary.


In the unlikely event of you having to cancel its worth noting that Celebrants are booked well in advance. This means that cancellations result in the loss of likely booking opportunities. A huge amount of time, energy and organisation goes into ceremony preparation, the consultation call, logistics planning, gathering homework for ceremony input, planning calls, ongoing communications responses, as well as time spent getting to know our couple. All this before the writing and delivering of the ceremony has started.

Fees forfeited for cancellation are as follows:

  1. within 3 months of ceremony date – 60% of Celebrancy Fee
  2. within 2 months – 80% of Celebrancy Fee
  3. within 1 month – 100% of Celebrancy Fee
  4. Add to the above any special expenses paid by Celebrant, such as additional travel and accommodation expenses.
  5. Delay to ceremony start and finish
  6. For every hour or part thereof past the agreed starting time £75 will invoiced.

Obligations and requirements of the celebrant:

Wedding Day: The celebrant will be at the ceremony location 30 minutes prior to the start time. If you require your music to be played via the celebrant’s PA speaker, the person in charge of the device should approach the celebrant during this time to connect via Bluetooth.

Liability: In no event shall the celebrant be liable for any injury, loss, claim, damage, or any damages of any kind, which arises out of or is in any way connected with use of services or equipment supplied by the celebrant.

Illness or accident: If the celebrant is seriously ill or has had an accident or there is another unforeseen reason that she cannot officiate at your ceremony then the celebrant will make every endeavour to find a replacement celebrant.

Please note that this is likely to be a very rare occurrence, and it definitely hasn’t happened to this celebrant yet, it has to be imagined that it could happen. Part of our training is to maintain a network of celebrant friends that can be called at late notice in circumstances such as these. Funds paid to the celebrant are transferred to the replacement celebrant.

Obligations and Requirements of ‘Party One’ and ‘Party Two’ (herein referred to as ‘the couple’):

Ceremony script: Will provide the finalised wording for their Ceremony to the celebrant, no later than two (2) weeks before the wedding date. If the final script is not received by the required date, the celebrant will have the right to determine the ceremony script.

Bad weather: The couple must have an alternative (Plan B) if planning an outdoor ceremony. This will be discussed at the initial meeting with the celebrant. On the wedding day, if the ceremony needs to be performed in the Plan B location, the couple must inform the celebrant at least 3 hours before the ceremony.

Arriving on Time: The couple and their bridal party understand that they are obliged to arrive on time for the ceremony. If there is more than a 45-minute delay, and the celebrant has another wedding to officiate, then the celebrant has the right to leave and return to conduct the ceremony at a later time if possible.


The celebrant grants permission to the couple for her to be included in all photographs and videography that occurs during the ceremony.

The celebrant retains copyright of all material she has written for the ceremony in both draft and final form.

The couple agree that they will not copy or reproduce in any way, any part of their written ceremony without the permission of the celebrant.

The couple (only after their permission is asked for and is given, in regard to which images and when they can be released) then authorises the celebrant to use images of the ceremony on 1. the celebrant’s website 2. the celebrant’s professional association pages and 3. the celebrant’s social media pages.

Please note that all professional photographs used by the celebrant on her website or social media will acknowledge the photographer, if the photographer is not known then images will be attributed to guests of the married couple.