The presentation is up to you. I like to think that the beading is a nice way to showcase the Wood Badge class to folks that may not know what the heck those little beads on a shoe string are.
Production? Naw.... Do it at the end of a Troop CoH. Invite your WB buddies to attend. Course director, Troop Guide, that's all you need. Someone speaks of the origin of the beads (BP, Zulu chief, Boy Scouting, Brownsea Island...), describe the process, old necker off, new necker on, beads and thong, flip of the necker/thong, shake hands, sing the song, go eat the cookies. Maybe ten minutes, max. Any longer and it may not be a Scout thing. How long does a Eagle ceremony take? How long is too long?
I have a good friend, he invited me to be his beader (I had already earned my beads) at a District award dinner. He had been named the District Chaplain and at least one of his items had to do with that. We had maybe six WB beadings that evening. Besides the afore mentioned history, they named each one and the CD and TGs came forward and stood behind their "Scouts". The whole thing took about 15 minutes, but then, we did have six Scouters to applaud.
I had a Scouter friend ask me ( I'm the RT Commish) if he could do his beading at the Round Table party we have in December. I said sure. Little did I know the WB was from another Council and they had a whole ceremony team, rivaled an OA tap-out. Scripts, symbolism, seven people involved. Only thing lacking was candles. I was sorry to see it take almost thirty minutes for the one beading, worthy tho my friend was. He was a little embarrassed too, said he didn't know what they had planned.
It's your honor, do it your way. Don't let the WB "mob" bully you into a "production, if you don't want one. And Congrats to you, hoot hoot.