Fireworks are now more popular than ever for that spectacular end to your special day but before making your decision to include this spectacle in your wedding day, a few basic rules will help you decide the way forward.
The venue must be of a suitable size and the owner of the land must give their consent. The larger the display the larger the display site required and a site visit with the company is essential.
Noise is becoming a sensitive issue, but fireworks are still possible. Reduced noise displays can be provided that are both colourful and spectacular, but without the loud explosions.
Pictures in fireworks can be designed and personalised to the bride and groom, these can be stunning, colourful and last for about a minute and are a novel addition to the main show.
Firework displays should be value for money and your firework company should be able to show references from previous clients, meet with you to discuss your requirements and provide a free quotation based on this. Insurance is vital! Any reputable firework company should provide a copy of their insurance documents and a phone call to the insurers will verify the document.
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