Reasons To Celebrate

Party popper with confetti: symbolising celebrations.

Now I’m sure many of you are sat at home wondering what on earth is there to celebrate during such uncertain times. Well, I can tell you there is a lot to be thankful for and so many things to look forward too! With the lockdown easing week by week things are finally starting to look up. Although big events and large gatherings have been cancelled that does not mean we can’t celebrate in the comfort of our own homes.

Celebration Fireworks

Firework displays are perfect for any festivity and are known to lift the mood on any occasion (something we all need right now!). They are always a showstopper and our fireworks for sale have a particular WOW factor you won’t find elsewhere. Why may you ask? Firstly, our small garden fireworks are filled with the similar impressive effects you would find in any professional display . Secondly, these are sold at a much cheaper price. From star bursts to crackling effects, our mail order fireworks really do create that special moment.

Small child watching the sky as it fills with fireworks.
Garden Fireworks.

Concerned about lighting the fireworks? Then not to worry as majority of our range consist of single ignition fireworks and multishot fireworks. This means an entire display can be lit with just one fuse. Yes, it really is that simple!

Below I have listed a number of reasons to celebrate in the next couple of months as well as a few annual holidays coming up. All can be celebrated from home and are perfect reasons to have your own fireworks display.


The rainbow flag symbolising Gay Pride.
Gay Pride Parade.

Pride typically involves a series of events and is often wrapped up by a parade involving marchers and colourful floats from the LGBTQ community and its supporters. This year the festivities were supposed to take place on 5th – 8th June. The most recognised symbol of Gay Pride is the rainbow flag. This consists of eight colours: hot pink, life by red, healing by orange, the sun by yellow, nature by green, art by blue, harmony by indigo and spirit by violet. Therefore, colourful fireworks would be perfect for this occasion.

Colourful fireworks we recommend:

Fathers Day

A message saying 'Happy Fathers Day'
Happy Fathers Day.

Although Father’s Day celebrations do not commonly involve a fireworks display, this year is different. Due to the circumstances there is limited opportunity to leave the house. Therefore, a fireworks display is just what you need to commemorate the day and celebrate all the dedicated fathers out there.

Looking for some boyish colours then we have just the thing:

Summer Solstice  

The sun representing summer solstice.
The hot sun.

For those of you who aren’t aware, Summer Solstice marks the longest day of summer. And this year it falls on the 20th June. I am sure many of you will be sat in your gardens enjoying the sun, so why not end the night with some golden star bursts. The following golden firework will be perfect the fill the summer sky.

4th July (Independence Day)

Fireworks behind the USA flag, recognising Independence Day.
4th July.

Those who are American or have American relatives, or even American friends, then this day is one to celebrate. July 4th represents the Declaration of Independence and the birth of the United States of America as an independent nation.

Every 4th of July firework’s illuminate the sky. It is known as a tradition to set off explosions of light into the sky on Independence Day. With the first 4th July fireworks being set of In 1777, one year after the Declaration of Independence, it has now become a tradition.

The bright colours and loud bangs are the perfect way to celebrate Americas freedom year after year.
So, if its loud fireworks you are looking for then we have just thing:

Other Celebrations

Group of people throwing confetti into the air as they celebrate someones birthday.
Birthday Celebrations.

Lastly, you may have a birthday coming up, a wedding day that has been delayed or an important anniversary date! All these things are also things that can still be celebrated, even if you are stuck in doors.

I hope this has reminded you all that there is still reason to celebrate and such festivities can happen right from your own homes.

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