easter don't forget the fireworks
The typical recipe for celebrating Easter is getting dressed up in your best Sunday best, going to a church service, partaking in a nice lunch followed by an Easter egg hunt for the kids. If this is starting to be an annual bore, I’ve got some great ways to liven things up a bit – and that’s with fireworks! While I don’t recommend bringing fireworks to church, I do have some other ways you can celebrate Easter with fireworks:
1)      Fireworks on the Easter Bonnet: Wearing a frilly, festive hat is a long-standing Easter tradition that dates back to the 4th century. A symbol of renewal and hope, the Easter bonnet has definitely become a fashion statement today – often, the more over-the-top, the better! Just imagine a hat decorated with a band of firecrackers, smoke bomb “buds” and “feathers” of bottle rockets!
2)      Sparklers on Food: Make a grand entrance with the Easter ham by poking some sparklers into the top. Pick from silver, gold, red, green, or nearly any color sparkler (or mix up the colors) and light them off just as you are about to walk into the dining room with the platter – your guests’ jaws will drop in amazement. The same idea also works well with the showpiece dessert.
3)      Firework Filled Eggs: Make the Easter egg hunt even more of a “blast” by filling some of the plastic eggs with novelty fireworks that are suitable for older children to use with parent’s supervision. Confetti poppers and glow worms are always popular. Or, you could add larger fireworks to the Easter basket, we think the Hen is particularly fun and fits the season perfectly!
4)      Easter Firework Show: Looking to keep the Easter party going through the night? You might as well; the kids are going to be pretty jacked up on jelly bean sugar. Order up a range of fireworks from AllSparkFireworks.com and light up the night sky in honor of the holiday. We have everything you need, from fountains and Roman candles to bigger artillery shells and large repeating cakes.
The typical recipe for celebrating Easter is getting dressed up in your best Sunday best, going to a church service, partaking in a nice lunch followed by an Easter egg hunt for the kids. If this is starting to be an annual bore, I’ve got some great ways to liven things up a bit – and that’s with fireworks! While I don’t recommend bringing fireworks to church, I do have some other ways you can celebrate Easter with fireworks:
1)      Fireworks on the Easter Bonnet: Wearing a frilly, festive hat is a long-standing Easter tradition that dates back to the 4th century. A symbol of renewal and hope, the Easter bonnet has definitely become a fashion statement today – often, the more over-the-top, the better! Just imagine a hat decorated with a band of firecrackers, smoke bomb “buds” and “feathers” of bottle rockets!
2)      Sparklers on Food: Make a grand entrance with the Easter ham by poking some sparklers into the top. Pick from silver, gold, red, green, or nearly any color sparkler (or mix up the colors) and light them off just as you are about to walk into the dining room with the platter – your guests’ jaws will drop in amazement. The same idea also works well with the showpiece dessert.
3)      Firework Filled Eggs: Make the Easter egg hunt even more of a “blast” by filling some of the plastic eggs with novelty fireworks that are suitable for older children to use with parent’s supervision. Confetti poppers and glow worms are always popular. Or, you could add larger fireworks to the Easter basket, we think the Hen is particularly fun and fits the season perfectly!
4)      Easter Firework Show: Looking to keep the Easter party going through the night? You might as well; the kids are going to be pretty jacked up on jelly bean sugar. Order up a range of fireworks from AllSparkFireworks.com and light up the night sky in honor of the holiday. We have everything you need, from fountains and Roman candles to bigger artillery shells and large repeating cakes.