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Ringing in the new year with friends and family can be a great way to start off your new year with a bang. If you want to add some extra bang to your festivities, then putting on a fireworks display can be a great idea. Party revelers of all ages will enjoy the pop and fizzle of a fireworks display celebrating the beginning of a new year.
Here are some simple tips that you can use to help ensure you design the perfect fireworks display for your New Year's Eve party.
1. Measure your firing area before ordering.
One thing that amateur fireworks display creators fail to take into consideration when trying to plan their show is the size of the firing area in which the fireworks will be lit. You need to have an area that is relatively flat and clear of any vegetation or debris that could present a fire hazard.
If you live in an area where there is snow, you will need to clear out any snow to prevent moisture from disrupting your fireworks. Only invest in the number of fireworks that can be lined up safely within your designated firing area.
2. Build drama and suspense.
The hallmark of any quality fireworks display is its ability to create moments of drama and suspense. You can easily achieve this effect with your homemade fireworks display on New Year's Eve by using blending effects to marry different types of fireworks together. Combine short fountains with larger aerials to create drama by adding vertical depth to your show.
Have some moments of pure color followed by a short period of louder, fast-paced shells to keep the interest of your spectators. Using multiple fireworks during each launch can help you achieve a more professional and polished show that's filled with drama and suspense.
3. Know your state laws.
You want to ensure that you comply with any regional and state laws when it comes to planning your fireworks show.
Before you invest in the purchase of many types of fireworks, it can be beneficial to know which types of fireworks might be banned in your area. Consult the American Pyrotechnics Association's state law directory for information on your state's specific firework rules and regulations.
Planning a successful fireworks show takes planning and preparation. Be sure that you are able to wow your New Year's Eve party guests this year by designing a show that fits within your firing area, contains moments of drama and suspense, and features fireworks that comply with your state's unique laws. Check out online fireworks stores to get an idea of which kinds of fireworks you want to include in your display.