When booking wedding firework displays in solihull, very often it’s the first time our customers will have had to arrange a professional display. At Solihull Fireworks, when dealing with new clients, it is common for us to get asked a number of questions about the services we offer, whilst we are explaining the amazing fireworks options available from our display packages.
Generally, the first question is “what happens if it rains on the evening of our special day and the fireworks get wet?” – Well, as we work in all kinds of weather throughout the year, we are always very well prepared for wet and damp conditions even if it’s isn’t forecast. On all wedding firework displays our firers carry special waterproofing materials to keep the sequences and equipment dry from any rain or wet weather and with all shows fired either electrically or digitally for maximum viewing pleasure, this eliminates any risk of poor weather compromising the displays performance.
A firing time to start the fireworks is an important decision to make as it is essential to fit in with the rest of your evening’s entertainment. During the summer months we tend to fire displays later on, between 10pm and 10.45pm as we need the darkness for the audience to fully appreciate the rich colours and beautiful effects. This works extremely well with all wedding firework displays as it offers the wedding party an opportunity to come outside and enjoy some fresh air throughout the performance of the display. You and your guests can then carry on and enjoy the remainder of your reception even more!
During the rest of the year, when the day light is shorter, it’s preferred to fire the display earlier in the evening – just after the wedding breakfast and the speeches. Again this bodes well as the reception can continue to run smoothly afterwards, with the rest of the evening’s entertainment to look forward to. Unfortunately for brides and grooms who want wedding firework displays at the very end of the evening, usually midnight, it is law we can’t let fireworks off after 11pm – only on Diwali, Bonfire Night and New Year’s Eve!
On booking your fireworks, you can sit back and relax and leave us to design a stunning show that will leave you with wonderful memories. Solihull fireworks will take care of all the legalities your hotel or venue will require. We carry out a full risk assessment and site survey of the firing site and will liase with your wedding co-ordinator on your behalf. We are fully licensed with a thorough health and safety policy in place and have comprehensive public liability insurance, covering us fully in all our activities. Please visit our fireworks for sale website to find out more about our professional firework displays and the breath-taking spectacle we could be bringing to your very special day.