When you hatch an idea to use sparklers at weddings, it is an incredible honor to have those sparklers featured in national and local publications. These publications have been ones that have believed in our idea of sparklers at weddings from the start and have continued to promote us year after year. While we sell sparklers mostly for weddings, to be used as a sparkler sendoff or a sparkler exit, some people use them for the first dance or simply as wedding favors for their guests. What has been incredibly fun to watch is the sparklers used in TV advertisements such as Southwest Airlines and in Academy Award winning movies such as Ladybird. Speaking with these production assistants who order the wedding sparklers for this use is always a hoot. They always need them “yesterday” and are always very sneaky about who and what they are for. Regardless, opening a piece of press and seeing your heart and soul poured across the pages makes a girl happy. In each of these thumbnails below, you will see 10 inch sparklers displayed on plates as favors and name pieces. You will see nationally recognized wedding planners recommending the use of sparklers at weddings for a unique and festive touch for the sendoff. You will also see brides and grooms basking in the glow of our 20 inch sparklers and 36 inch sparklers at the end of their magical wedding night. Enjoy.
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Not much explanation needed here. Just a beautiful couple having a casual beach wedding with the prettiest wedding sparklers you ever did see. The one thing about sparklers I am always asked about is what color are they. One would think there is a simple explanation to this question. The sparklers arrive for the wedding in a box marked GOLD. They are physically silver in color when unlit. But, what I always like to tell people is that they burn the color of a candle flame - different depending on the angle and other factors you look at it. As you can see from the photo above, these sparklers look like they are white to me. But others might say the sparklers look gold or silver. What you mostly want is the traditional wedding sparkler that is not wooden or wrapped in paper.