With St. Patrick’s Day only a few weeks away, we’ve been seeing a lot of people buying up our green sparklers. Most people don’t think of sparklers for St. Patrick’s Day, but they are quickly becoming the universal sign of celebration. No matter what the occasion happens to be, sparklers are a great way to share the excitement with everyone else at the event. In recent years, St. Patrick’s Day has started to see a lot more activity when it comes to fireworks, so our green sparklers always sell a little better this time of year.
Choosing Sparklers for St. Patrick’s Day
The biggest issue with using any type of fireworks on St. Patrick’s Day is that green colored fireworks are difficult to find on their own. Green isn’t a very desirable color for patriotic holidays or New Year’s Eve, so it is usually blended in with other colors of effects and very seldom the main emphasis. Even the big city shows use colors like red, blue, and gold much more than they ever do green, so seeing fireworks in that color is actually a real treat.
Fortunately, we have a great selection of color sparklers including green so you can stock up in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Your friends and family will be both surprised and excited when you pull out your stash of green sparklers and hand them out for everyone to enjoy. But before you decide that sparkler are in your near future, there are a couple of things you’ll want to consider first.
Using Sparklers for St. Patrick’s Day
First off, you need to consider what the weather outside is going to be like near where you live. If it is going to be cold, wet, and rainy outside, then you may want to consider avoiding our green sparklers because they produce too much some to use indoors. However, if you’re like most people, the weather should be more than suitable for a brief bit of outdoor fun.
Additionally, you need to make sure that using sparklers is allowed during that part of the year. All too often, a city or state will have bans on what time of year you’re able to use sparklers legally. If this is the case in your area, using green sparklers for St. Patrick’s Day may not be an option. Additionally, if you’re planning to attend a parade in a city like Boston or St. Paul, you probably need to leave your sparklers at home since they won’t be allowed in big groups of people.
Whether using green sparklers for St. Patrick’s Day is something that interests you or not, it’s good to know that the option is there in case you become interested. Green sparklers also work great for weddings or other types of events, but their rich green colors make them an ideal choice to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style.