The 4th of July is the most widely-known holiday for using sparklers. Whether you remember using them as a child or you now host a party of your own, they are intrinsically connected at the hip. Typically, people get together and enjoy a backyard gathering with grilled foods and mingling. Later in the evening, they head to their local fireworks store or to their favorite spot to watch the show hosted by the city. No matter your plans, sparklers are almost certainly going to be included; especially if there are kids involved.
Christmas is normally a time we associate with family, gifts, Santa Claus, and Jesus. However, most families create long-lasting traditions that carry over into future generations. Whether it’s a unique dessert or a special game that you play on Christmas morning, the time you put into cherishing your family should not be understated. Though most people wouldn’t immediately think of using a sparkler on this holiday, it has the ability to bring people closer and emphasize what we are celebrating. And, at heart, isn’t that what Christmas is truly all about?
What is the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind when they think about Thanksgiving? Turkey and pumpkin pie, of course! However, it is also a time to give and share “thanks” with your family for all the great things in your life. Whether you do that by watching football or taking turns saying what you are thankful for, it is all in the same spirit. Hopefully, our products can find a place in your celebration. However, as long as you get to spend time with those you love, that is all that really matters.
At the stroke of midnight, the New Year begins and everyone celebrates wildly. Commonly, you will see people wearing funny hats and using kazoos and other noisemakers. Additionally, it is a tradition to kiss the one you love and toast to the year that passed with a flute of champagne. However, fireworks and sparklers are often part of the celebration, too! Typically, I suggest choosing bottle sparklers for your celebration because they are very fitting for the occasion. However, any version will do the trick if you have trouble sourcing the ones for champagne bottles.
Halloween is probably the favorite holiday of children across the country. Mainly, this is due to the abundance of candy they receive and are allowed to enjoy. Additionally, kids have a great time dressing up in costumes and carving pumpkins. However, there are plenty of other activities that you can enjoy as a family including using sparklers on Halloween. Most people just hold them in their hand, but I prefer to use them in place of candles for illuminating jack-o-lanterns. It can be a fun tradition to light sparklers inside your pumpkins first, and then place a normal candle inside after. Then, you can enjoy your trick-or-treating experience with a renewed sense of joy and excitement!
Diwali is a Hindu holiday that lasts several days, and is known as the festival of light. The proper name for it is Deepavali, but it is more commonly known as Diwali in the United States. The dates that this celebration occurs vary from year to year, but it always happens in the time frame of late October to mid-November. Traditionally, participants will light diyas (small candles) and a variety of fireworks. Most notably, people will use sparklers for Diwali; particularly when children will be taking part. It’s not exactly the same as our Independence Day, but the use of pyrotechnics is just as common.