MC Scripts for Wrapping Up Events

Here are some examples of MC closing scripts for you to use as references.

MC scripts are essential for keeping an event running smoothly. They help the host stay organized and on schedule. The MC plays a crucial role in guiding the event from start to finish, whether it's formal or casual.

 

That's why it's important to prepare the MC script in advance. Typically, the script includes sections like welcome, opening, main, and closing. Each part should be customized to fit the event. For example, a closing script might end the event with some final remarks and goodbyes. Here are some examples of MC closing scripts for you to use as references.

 

MC Script Examples

 

1. Children's Birthday Party

For a kid's birthday party, the MC should keep things semi-formal but fun. The goal is to be engaging and entertaining, using a friendly tone and relaxed body language to connect with the children.

 

For example, the MC might say, "That’s it for Ananda’s 7th birthday! Thanks so much for coming. I apologize if anything I said or did wasn’t quite right. Wassalamu'alaikum, Wr. Wb!" Feel free to adjust this to fit the MC's style and the event's vibe.

 

Also read: Example of a Child's Birthday Party Schedule 

 

2. School Farewell

A school farewell or retirement ceremony is a mix of happy and sad moments for teachers and students. It's a time to thank teachers for all their hard work and dedication. The MC should keep a formal tone for this event.

 

To close the event, the MC might say, "We've come to the end of our program. I apologize for any mistakes I might have made as your host. Thank you for your attention, and I hope we all leave with something positive from today. Amen. Wassalamualaikum Wr. Wb."

 

Also read: School Farewell Program Schedule

 

3. Wedding

A wedding is a sacred, joyful, and touching event for the couple and their families. To make sure everything runs smoothly, the MC guides the event from the opening and welcome, through the ceremony, and finally to the closing. The MC can wrap up the event with a brief closing.

 

For example, the MC might say, "Ladies and gentlemen, we've just witnessed the beautiful marriage ceremony of [bride and groom's names]. Let's express our gratitude by saying Hamdalah, Alhamdulillahi Rabbil alamin. We're thankful that the couple has now started their journey to build a Sakinah mawadah warahmah family."

 

Then, the MC can continue with, "Please join me in congratulating the newlyweds and their families. On behalf of their families, thank you for being here and for your blessings. Wabillahi taufik wal hidayah. Wassalamualaikum Wr. Wb."

 

4. Tadarus

After the group prayer, the MC typically concludes the tadarus session. Before saying goodbye, the host might say, "Alhamdulillah, we've reached the end of our program. Let's finish the morning tadarus recitation with a collective 'Hamdalah'. Alhamdulillahirobbilalamin. Thank you to all our friends, teachers, and principals who joined us."

 

5. Yasinan

The closing words for a yasinan session usually include prayers. For example, the MC might say, "Alhamdulillah, we've come to the end of our program. Let's close with a collective 'Hamdalah'. That wraps up my part; I apologize if anything I said was not quite right. Wassalam."

 

6. Tahlil

As we know, tahlil is an Islamic tradition to pray for those who have passed away. The host can end the tahlil event by saying, "As the host and on behalf of the family, I apologize for any mistakes or shortcomings. Thank you all for being here; may Allah reward you with goodness. Wassalam."

 

7. Tasyakuran Aqiqah

Tasyakuran aqiqah is a celebration to give thanks for the birth of a baby, often including group recitations or prayers. Naturally, an MC is needed to ensure the event runs smoothly, guiding from the opening with Quranic verses, speeches, the baby's hair shaving, a religious sermon, prayers, and finally, the closing remarks.

 

At the end of the event, the host typically gives thanks and offers greetings. For example, they might say, "I want to thank Ustadz (name) for sharing his wisdom with us. Before we wrap up, as your host, I apologize for any mistakes. Let's conclude with a prayer of gratitude, 'hamdalah'. Wassalam."

 

8. Pesantren Kilat or Ramadan Retreat

"Pesantren Kilat" or "Pondok Ramadhan" is an annual school activity held at the beginning of Ramadan. It typically focuses on deepening knowledge of Islam. The program includes an opening session, Quran recitation, speeches, group performances of hadroh, educational talks, quizzes, prayers, and a closing ceremony.

 

To wrap up the "Pesantren Kilat" event, the host might say, "Alhamdulillah. That concludes the educational sessions led by Ustad (name). May we all find wisdom and benefit from this special month. Before we finish, I'd like to apologize for any mistakes as your host. Wassalam."

 

Here are examples of MC closing speeches for different events that can serve as helpful references, ranging from birthdays and aqiqah ceremonies to tahlil and flash pesantren events. The MC's closing remarks usually include prayers, apologies, words of appreciation, and farewells, often reflecting on the lessons learned from the event.

 

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