Kansas permits the use of wedding sparklers throughout the state. Sparklers for weddings can be used for all events and weddings. It is vital to make sure your venue allows the use of sparklers. We encourage all brides looking to incorporate wedding sparklers in Kansas to double check with your venue before placing an order of sparklers online. The most populated cities Overland Park, Kansas City, and the surrounding cities all permit wedding sparklers of all sizes. The Kansas state flower is the sunflower and many brides incorporate them into outdoor spring weddings with sparklers.
Believe it or not, helium was discovered in the state of Kansas at the University of Kansas. This has translated into Kansas being able to create some of the largest balloon art displays at events. Most weddings in Kansas add extravagant balloon displays and photo booths to give it the extra flare along side wedding sparklers. 20 inch wedding sparklers are used across the state and for various holiday events as well. Other popular wedding sparklers are the 10 inch wedding sparklers, 36 inch sparklers and the cake sparklers.
Kansas permits wedding sparklers and all pyrotechnic devices classified as consumer fireworks by DOT, except certain rockets. However, they prohibit any rockets mounted on a wire or stick. The only street side selling period is between June 27th- July 5th and you must be at least 18 years old to purchase sparklers. We are able to ship wedding day sparklers to you year round. Our fully stocked warehouse throughout the United States of America can guarantee delivery of your sparklers in a timely manner. When placing sparklers for your wedding make sure to purchase true wedding sparklers. Make sure to read about our wedding sparkler tips and tricks to ensure your sparkler exit goes flawlessly.
*At Grand Wedding Exit we always strive to keep our sparkler laws updated with the most current Kansas regulations. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of our sparkler information. We use this as a guideline for you to reference and you should always check with Kansas state law before using sparklers for your wedding. Grand Wedding Exit is not held accountability for an errors in the information stated on our website, and will not be responsible for any violations of firework and sparkler laws.