Wedding Firework Displays:
Fireworks Performance & Effects. Part Two
Our teams focus on fireworks performance and effects and the summer bank holiday is traditionally a busy time for Solihull Fireworks and this weekend will see many of our teams out at various hotels and venues firing wedding firework displays for our brides and groom customers. Once again, this month has seen us providing professional firework displays for many different events including corporate evenings, birthday parties and various wedding receptions.
In one of our recent articles we began to discuss the performance and various effects of the fireworks that our clients can expect to witness and enjoy in our shows and with this article we will be describing the others. If you are planning your special day and would like some more information about our range of packages and prices please visit our website and click through to our dedicated wedding firework displays page.
As previously mentioned roman candles, mines, fountains and gerbs all feature regularly in our display sequences. Making up the remainder of the content are large multi-shot barrages, mortar shells and set-pieces.
Multi-shot barrages – also known as cakes are manufactured in a number of different shapes and sizes and provide a multi-array of sky filling bursts and colour. They can perform very rapidly or over a slower duration depending on the amount of shots and fired either straight up or fanned out across the firing site. We also stock a lower noise version for venues that may have some noise concern issues.
When designing our range of wedding firework displays, mortar shells are always included especially in the finale where possible. Shells are generally the most spectacular and popular products which are launched from a large tube and climb hundreds of feet until they burst, filling the night sky with a huge kaleidoscope of beauty and colour. Heart shells, which burst into the shape of a gorgeous red heart are another fantastic addition from our display extras and are requested on a regular basis.
Set-pieces are a wonderful way to either start or finish your display and enhance your fireworks even more. A glowing red heart with your initials either side in your favourite colours have always been popular with our wedding firework displays as are special messages such as “Thank You” or “Congratulations” Exciting news for 2013 is the addition of a new set-piece – two entwined hearts with a beautiful fountain surround – which is sure to become a big attraction with our brides and grooms.
To view all these amazing effects please visit our YouTube channel which can be found on every page of our fireworks online website.