Fancy a sparkler send-off?

This is one of the hottest outdoor wedding trends! Wedding sparklers are a fun way to engage your guests and give your photographer an opportunity to capture some really fun, memorable shots. Before you do anything, check with your venue to make sure they allow a wedding sparkler send off.

We sell 3 different sizes in packs of 50 and these come with paper sparkler tags designed to your specifications. We also create super cute signage to announce your sparkly goodbye!

The sizes are:

100cm – Burn time 4 mins
70cm – Burn time 4 mins
40cm – Burn time 70 secs

We will be in touch following your order being received to discuss the design of the tags, and sign.


PLEASE……DO NOT use on days of Total Fire Ban and take care using at other times.

Sparklers make a wonderful accessory in weddings and parties. Sparklers are finding their way more and more into other types of celebrations. With their scintillating show of sparks, the humble sparkler is now being used to spice up the festivities at parties and weddings across the country.

At some weddings they are held by guests to form either a passageway or a sparkling tunnel for the married couple to pass through. They can be stuck into the ground to make a sparkling light-show effect at a reception.

Our sparklers are made from a length of mild steel wire, the wire core is dipped one or more times in a thick slurry of pyrotechnic composition that, when dry, coats the wire for approximately 2/3 of its length. Good quality, well-made sparklers should have their composition applied in a smooth, even coat without cracks or excessive bumpiness.

Sparklers are for outdoor use only and CANNOT be carried with you or put in your luggage on ANY aeroplane.


As with anything involving high temperatures, proper supervision of young children and adherence to correct lighting and handling methods is necessary in order to avoid careless accidents.

In order to avoid sparkler surprises on the day of your wedding or party, always test out your chosen sparkler a few weeks beforehand. Try some of the different lighting methods and decide which one will work the best for the event. If children will be present, decide how the sparklers will be handed out so that there will not be any possibility of unsupervised use of the items.

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