Post # 1
Any of you Bees use them? How was your experience with them? I’m thinking about using them instead of having fireworks for the grand exit. If you can remember, please let me know the length of them (to see how long they will last) and where you bought them. Oh, and feel free to post pics!
Post # 3
i love the idea of sparklers. i hope my venue lets me use them!
Post # 4
I’m sure if my venue did a fireworks show they would allow sparklers… Hopefully? I want some kind of flashy send off that I’ve never seen done at a wedding before. I was already planning on doing the bubbles when leaving the ceremony but I want a bubble machine, I don’t want my guests to have to blow bubbles.
Post # 5
My friend did a sparkler exit on the beach and it was Really pretty for photos. The hardest part is getting it all organized right. The sparklers run out quickly, so there was like 10 of us in charge of trying to quickly light them- everyone got 2 so that if one was about to extinguish they could light the 2nd- and then you kind of had to be quick. With all of that aside, as long as you make sure you caculate time and such, it should be wonderful!
Post # 6
You’re exactly right, having the right length of sparklers is key for the exit and of course always make sure the venue is cool with them. Most are. We recomend using large sparklers such as 20 inch or 36 inch sparklers. If you’re planning on making words using time lapsed photography then the 36 inch sparklers are ideal as they last about 4 minutes. Also sparklers are easiest lit off of other sparklers but you still need to ignite the first ones with lighters. We recomend the grill type lighters as the ignite sparklers the quickest. Also keep a few buckets with water to dispose of the sparklers after you are done.
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