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A wedding is one of the most important and special days of your life. You want it to be memorable and leave a lasting impression on everyone who attends. One way to achieve this is by ending the reception with a spectacular fireworks display. This is sure to be a hit with your guests, and your photographer will be able to capture some amazing images.

Before you go ahead with planning a fireworks display, it is important to make sure that your wedding venue allows it. If they do, then start speaking to firework specialists to ensure availability for the evening of your wedding. You will be presented with various packages, so be sure to choose the one that best suits your budget. Additionally, make sure to have a wet weather plan in place, just in case it rains on your big day.

If your chosen venue does not permit fireworks, consider other alternatives, such as a sparkler send-off or an indoor lights display. However, if fireworks are a must-have, then choose your venue carefully.

Planning a fireworks display requires a bit of thought and consideration. The best time of year for fireworks is autumn and winter when the sky is at its darkest, but these are also the coldest times of the year. To ensure your guests enjoy the show, provide them with blankets to keep warm and offer them a hot cocktail, mulled wine or spiked hot chocolate.

When it comes to cost, the price of fireworks for a wedding varies depending on the length of the show, the number of special fireworks used, whether it’s set to music and lights, and how many firing stations there are. For a six minute display, you can expect to pay between £750-£850, with additional costs for each additional minute, as well as if the display is set to music or needs multiple firing stations. A big 20 minute display set to music would probably cost between £4,000-£6,000. Keep in mind that the company will need to do a site survey and they may be more expensive on popular nights such as New Year’s Eve.

While it may be tempting to DIY a fireworks display, it is not recommended and most venues would not allow it. It can be very dangerous, and there are some fireworks that can only be used by professionals. Only adults over the age of 18 can buy fireworks, and they cannot be set off between 11pm and 7am. Category 2 and 3 fireworks can only be used by adults, and category 4 can only be used by professionals. It is also illegal to set off fireworks and sparklers in public places.

In conclusion, a wedding fireworks display can be a magical way to end your special day. Make sure to choose your venue carefully, select the right package to fit your budget, and leave it to the professionals to ensure a safe and spectacular show.