Want to end your event with a bang?
“I provide the finale to the most important day of your life with a fiery display that will be captured in the minds and hearts of you and your guests—a photo moment to be shared with family and friends for many years to come.” Kenny
Hello, this is Kenny, the fireworks guy.
I set off fireworks to add to the experience of your event. Whether at the first kiss of your wedding or at the send off with sparklers no doubt about it, this raises the excitement of an already outstanding event.
Here is a description of what I typically put together for a fireworks show. I start with a piece of fuse that is 6’ to 10’ long. By attaching a firework every 3” to10” along the fuse, I create a chain that will start a continuous flow. The goal is a slight over lap… before one firework goes out the next one has begun. There will be moments where there are two, three, or more fireworks going off at the same time shooting upwards to heights of 20” to 100”. The length of fuse between each firework is determined by the estimated burn time of the previous firework.
Once I assemble the main fuse chain, I embellish it with a couple of each of the following, single shot mortar shells, colorful fountains, pack of firecrackers, ground flashers, or small cracker bombs. These are all spliced to the main fuse chain in random places to add nice little surprises along the way.
The final embellishment will be the finale. This is a group of 4, or 5 fireworks that are spliced towards the end of the main fuse chain so they will all fire at near the same time.
Let me know if you have any questions, or want to see a video of my work: