How to sparkle on your Wedding Day
A few years ago, they were barely even heard of.
A few years after that, they were only mentioned in November.
Then, they became popular around Christmas and New Year too....
Fastly becoming a popular idea at weddings, sparklers are the hottest addition to reception tables for summer weddings. Not only are they great fun, but they are a real ice-breaker. Many brides also comment on how fantastic the photographs look whilst guests are enjoying their sparklers!
They are available in a range of designs and colours to suit any wedding theme and can be given to guests as favours. Alternatively, they are often incorporated into floral centrepieces. Brides request that after the speeches, reception staff light the sparklers around the room in unison; I can hear the cries of ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’ aready! Some brides ask some of their guests to light the sparklers when they are given the nod. This is a great way of including peripheral guests in the proceedings.
Many brides often feel that sparklers are something that can only be employed for Autumn and Winter celebrations but this is quite simply not the case. There are many brides who add sparklers to their summer garden party wedding and are very pleased that they have done so. So, it really doesn't matter what time of year you wed, or even what style of wedding you adopt; sparklers will be a welcome addition at any event!
However you incorporate them, they are guaranteed to get your reception off with a sizzle and a sparkle. Watch out for the kids and any furry guests though because sparks will fly!
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