5 Things to consider if you want wedding fireworks
Do you want some extra wedding entertainment ideas? What about some Wedding Fireworks?
We’ve teamed up with Illusion Fireworks to establish the five things to consider if you want wedding fireworks.
- Does my venue allow fireworks?
It’s important to find out if your wedding venue allows fireworks – most do but some may have restrictions. In some cases the venue may have a preferred supplier, they may specify the fireworks must be over by a certain time or that only ‘low noise’ fireworks may be used. Very few venues allow you to set off your own fireworks because of the insurance liability.
- How much should we spend?
Think about what kind of display you’d like. If a supplier were to quote ten thousand pounds for a multiple site masterpiece when in fact you were only looking for a five hundred pound flurry of golden willows, you probably wouldn’t book. Realistically a wedding fireworks display should cost between £1000 and £3500.
- Can we have fireworks to music?
Fireworks choreographed with split second accuracy to music will provide your guests with a memory they will never forget. Fireworks visually reinforce the powerful emotions experienced while listening to music, so the two together create a unique spectacle. It’s best to have a dedicated PA between the audience and the fireworks – a DJ playing music from the marquee will be overpowered by the display!
- Can we have our wedding colours in the display?
Of course! Whether you want your wedding colours to feature at the beginning and end of a display, or a show-stopping firework rainbow, or even love heart shells (always a winner with the crowd!), there are plenty of opportunities to personalise the display.
- Is it easy to arrange a fireworks display?
With the right supplier, arranging a fireworks display couldn’t be simpler. Decide what you’re looking for from the display and how much you’re willing to spend, and your fireworks supplier will sort the rest.
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