Offbeat Bride's ode to wedding fireworks

By on Jul 4th
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Ricky and Anne are all big grins over their wedding day fireworks.

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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Offbeat Bride "Rockaroni" explains: "The fireworks were a really special moment for me. I'd turned around and seen over a hundred smiling faces behind me, and it was then that I realised we'd pulled off one hell of a party!" (Photo by Ace Bieler)

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Tribesmaid Emzy had sparklers at her wedding "We had 36" sparklers for the kids. They had a blast. Nothing like playing with fire to get a party started."

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Here's another reason to have sparklers at your wedding. ADORABLE PHOTO OPP!

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Ginny and Adam had fireworks at their New Year's Eve wedding. (Photo by Kim French, One Fine Day photography)

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Tribesmaid Cass timed her wedding around fireworks: "Our wedding was the same night as an annual event in Brisbane called Riverfire where there is 20 minutes of fireworks all the way along the river. We scheduled it into our time line so we could all stop and watch. We even managed to convince some out of town guests that we had organised it as part of the wedding! (Photo by D.A. Yates Photography & Design)

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Offbeat Bride reader Christine explains this awesome wedding feature: "Our neighbor is a self-proclaimed pyro and does his own fireworks. We hired him to put on a firework show and David did this one as a surprise for me." (Photo by Sarah Tew)

So who's totally adding a fireworks show to their wedding now?

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Megan Finley is the Associate Publisher for the Offbeat Empire. When she's not slaving away for the Empire, she's sharing her dork side on her own blog, Twitter @meganfinley, and Instagram @meggyfin.