Fireworks have been a popular wedding feature dating back to the earliest display in 1486! The wedding fireworks display saw the end of ‘The War of the Roses’ with the unity of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. Today they continue to symbolise love and unity as the sky is lit up in glistening golds and sparkle to commemorate your special day.
If you’ve got your heart set on having fireworks as part of your wedding, it’s always a good idea to first check with your venue to ensure that they allow fireworks. It would be a terrible thing to miss out on something so magical because you were unaware of a restriction! With some of the more rural venues, you may find that yes, they do allow fireworks but they have a strict noise restriction which may deter your want for fireworks.
If this is the case, you needn’t worry! Fantastic Fireworks are one of the few UK companies proud to specialise in ‘quiet fireworks’ allowing you to continue to host a display but without the disruption to the surroundings of your event. Noise restrictions are becoming more and more common and so we have developed an excellent portfolio of quiet effects that don’t fail to impress!
Have a look at this amazing display, combining fireworks, flames and lasers, for a wedding in Wiltshire where the venue had a noise restriction.
Unsure of venues that allow fireworks?
We’re proud to present 10 gorgeous locations in Hertfordshire that we have had the pleasure of working with in the past. No matter the scale or budget of your wedding fireworks, there’s something for you, right on the doorstep!
- Brocket Hall
- Hanbury Manor (quiet)
- Fanhams Hall
- Down Hall
- The Grove (quiet)
- Moor Park
- Sopwell House (quiet)
- Knebworth (quiet)
- Ware Priory
- Hatfield House (quiet)
Additionally, we’re proud and honoured to be the firework supplier of choice for The Grove, Brocket Hall and the beautifully prestigious Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.
Fantastic Fireworks operate countrywide so we really are flexible and pleased to help with your wedding display,