Have a blast with your fireworks-themed wedding day: 4 Tips

If that first kiss induced sparks, then your wedding should be all about fireworks, too! Use these ideas to plan a fireworks-themed wedding that will have your guests oohing and ahhing all the way through.


1.  Include Firework "Poppers" with your Invitations

Begin by choosing save the date notices and invitations that reflect your theme – either by adding extra sparkle or by  using using old-fashioned poppers that announce your special day with a blast of confetti.

Your decorations can be all sparkle and shine, right down to your fireworks-inspired flowers, such as Japanese chrysanthemums and daisies. Use the flowers to make your wedding cake a showstopper and cap it with a sparkly topper or confetti icing.


2. Decorate Your Cake with Fireworks-Inspired Flowers


3. Wave sparklers (instead of throwing rice)

Finally, instead of birdseed or rice, let your guests send you off with sparklers. The pictures will be fabulous and everyone will have a lot of fun creating patterns with light.


4. Surprise Your Guests with an End-of-the-Night Fireworks Event

End your perfect night by treating your guests to a live fireworks display. Don't forget the bubbly!

A couple kisses after getting married with fireworks going off in the background

It’s Chemistry, Baby!

Have you ever been at a concert with pyrotechnics or a fireworks show and wondered how so many impressive colors, shapes and sizes are produced? Most everyone is in awe of the brilliant explosions created in these thrilling displays. Behind the beauty and excitement of a good fireworks show are centuries of scientific development and art! Up until the 1830’s the only colors produced were the orange flash from black gun powder and white sparks from metal powders. It was in southern Italy where they first began to began to play with some of the scientific advancements in chemistry and create different colors.

pyrotechnics photo

Nowadays, there is just about any color combination imaginable. Differences in color come from varying temperatures of hot, glowing metals and the light emitted by burning chemical compounds. Chemical reactions are what burst them in to different sizes and shapes. The combination of colors, shapes, sizes and all the right timing makes firework displays a true art and a science all it’s own!

Performers Set the Stage on Fire!

It takes a skilled and dedicated team to pull off a concert tour. The artists schedule can include several locations within just a few weeks and there’s not much time for rest! At each venue the entire stage and all of the equipment for sound, lighting and special effects needs to be put together and then torn down… within hours. And there’s no room for error! The job needs to be done quickly, safely and precisely so that the performance goes off without a hitch leaving fans wanting more.

Pyrotechnics on stage

Concert fireworks and pyrotechnics are a part of almost every big star’s performance. These effects make the show more exciting and dynamic, and should compliment all of the other components of the show from the main performer, to dancers, lights and sound.

Usher concert photo

Whether it’s Usher, Madonna or Eminem (all clients we have worked with!) they are out to impress and need a custom show that reflects them as a performer and achieves what they want to provide for their fans.