Matthew McGarry


'Ello!  G'day!  Okay, I don't actually have a British accent, but if you want, I can certainly attempt to do your entire reception in one.  First, as you can likely already tell, I love to have fun and make people laugh.  Second, the most important 'things' to me are my family and friends.  I also enjoy hockey, hunting/fishing, motorcycle cruises, long walks on the beach, etc.  

By day, I'm a Marketing Engineer for Sundog in Fargo, ND.  In this role, I focus on developing technology-driven marketing solutions to improve organizational revenue.  Basically, I'm a huge nerd.  By night, I'm a student, a coach, a fan, sometimes a party animal, but most importantly, a father.  My son, Dawson, will be turning 14 this year and he keeps me very active with his extra-curricular activities.  We are always on the go, but we wouldn't want it any other way.

If you see me driving around town, you'll probably see me jamming out to one of my favorite tunes.  I have quite the eclectic taste of music since I listen to everything from classic rock to country to rap and the list keeps going.  So, no matter what your choice in music is for your special day, I'll be right there with you dancing and singing to the best of my ability.

One thing I haven't mentioned, and don't talk about too often, is one of my biggest accomplishments.  Bringing up this topic brings back some gruesome memories, but I am proud to say that I am a paper cut survivor.

In all seriousness, I can't wait to meet my clients and go through this journey with them.  This is the biggest and likely most important day of your life up to this point (the wedding, not meeting me).  The team here at Harmon Entertainment goes above and beyond your expectations.  To be honest, during my first shadow with Dave, I even got a bit teary-eyed with some of the personalized touches.  I say that because it is important to know that we want to get to know you on a personal level, so we can make your wedding truly special, memorable, and talked about for days, weeks, months and years to come.