Do you have Sample script of emceeing debut party?
There is no uniform script for emceeing a debut party. Usually, you just announce and elaborate on the parts of the debut, specifically the prayer followed by the 18s, which can be broken down into Roses, Treasures and Candles. You entertain the guests by providing some information on the debutant so naturally, you have to talk to the celebrant if she would prefer to do so. :)
While you will have to work to personalize your script, there are certain sample phrases that an emcee could use for a farewell party. Begin by talking about how much the person leaving will be missed. If you have some funny stories about the person, add those in, people enjoy humor. You could also discuss why the person is leaving and wish him or her luck in their future adventures.
A sample script for a Christmas party program depends on the theme of the program. If the theme is Santa ia Coming to Town, you could start out with "At this festive time, we are all eagerly awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus, and we are happy that we are all spending this time together..." If the theme is "Celebrating the birth of Jesus," the script could start with "As we gather to celebrate Jesus'…
When a girl reaches a certain age (usually 18), upperclass parents often present their daughter to society with a debut or coming out party. In the old days, the girl (debutante) would have reached a proper courting age and was presented with a string of socially acceptable young men to choose from (or to choose her) for courtship and, with the parents hopes and wishes, future marriage.
A debut is traditionally the "coming of age" party for eighteen year-old girls, or, more historically, for ladies who are "entering society." An emcee for a debut should be lively and should have good knowledge of the debut's celebrant. A good opening speech should briefly refer to the night's festivities and events, as well as honor the celebrant with highlights about her life.