Note to self for the future: Hire a wedding magician to add magic (quite literally) to the wedding. I am really impressed by this magician’s website. Too bad he’s based in the UK, though. The website looks spiffy, smart, and well designed. He’s been getting some rave reviews from his clients too. How can you not like a magician who blogs. Here’s a review from Rob’s blog:
â€œWe are the small house-party that Rob refers to in his blog of September 9th, and Iâ€™d like to add that for the group who attended the house party we are still getting comments as to how brilliant you were on the night. The card tricks were baffling and the â€œmind-readingâ€ trick with the dice was absolutely brill, along with all the other tricks you did whilst moving around the groups. The evening went even better than I thought, and perhaps close-up magic to a small group will catch on in this part of the world because 45 people went home very happy with a great memory of a cracking evening. Thanks again Rob for making the party go so wellâ€. Pope family – Coventry
For perspective, here’s the post from September 9th where Rob talks about the house-party.
Rob, the only thing your blog could really use is smarter permalinks with text, instead of the “?p=XX” kind of links