Offbeat Bride’s ode to wedding fireworks

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It's the Fourth of July in the States, and that means BBQ, outdoor parties… and fucking fireworks! You know what event is also a great excuse to have fireworks? A wedding. Maybe even your wedding after you check out these photos…

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  1. No fireworks at my mom’s fourth of July wedding, but Oregon fireworks are really lame anyway. The only way to see decent ones are to go to where they’re putting on a display, and we weren’t near one! But that doesn’t change the fact that these pictures are AWESOME

  2. We are planning a July 5th wedding next year simply BECAUSE we want fireworks at our wedding!

  3. We can’t have fireworks at our venue because it’s a listed building. We can’t even have tea lights because of the fire risk. But we are getting married on the Saturday before Bonfire Night in the UK so we’re hoping to piggy back a few pretty explosions.

  4. I told my boyfriend last night that we’re getting married on July 4th so we can be surrounded by fireworks all night. I’m Canadian and this was my first 4th in the States and I Was just amazed by the amount of fireworks! We bought some and set them off, and now that’s all I want is fireworks all the time.

  5. Actually, yep – I had decided to have fireworks right before this post came out. The wedding is at my house on 9/7 – so I have a whole backyard. They’re legal in PA & I have a neighbor that is a pyro who I asked to be my “fireworks master”. Then not only did he accept, but he & his wife said they would buy some cool fireworks as my wedding present. I love my neighborhood – I’m never moving.

  6. Part of our theme is fire so we were already planning on fireworks. These pics have cemented it!

  7. My father is in the process of becoming a certified pyrotechnician! My fiancé and I REALLY want to have him do a fireworks show for us, but we’re having a hell of a time trying to find venues that will allow fireworks. The only three I’ve found so far are either super expensive or not to our tastes (we’re trying to avoid the rural/ranch aesthetic). Anyone know of any firework-friendly venues in Ontario?

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