Circle City Pros Wedding Fireworks Display Examples


A firework display will make any event just that much more special! Circle City Pyrotechnics will bring their magic touch with custom fireworks displays just for you.


Pets and Fireworks Don't Mix!

  • Make sure your pets are wearing identification tags for contact if the animal does escape.
  • Do not take your pets with you to any outdoor activity where there will be a fireworks display.
  • Leave your pets inside your home with the television or radio on to help cover noise from fireworks.
  • Close the blinds so bright flashing lights do not further alarm your pets.
  • Crate your pets if they are used to being in a crate.
  • If your pet escapes, contact, or go to your local animal control shelterHistory of Fireworks

History of Fireworks

In the Chinese Han Dynasty (206 BC–AD 220) firecrackers were made by roasting bamboo to produce the loud sound (known as "bian pao") that was intended to frighten evil spirits. In the Northern and Southern Dynasties (AD 420–581) the firecrackers were used not only to dispel evil but also to pray for happiness and prosperity. An etching of the 'Royal Fireworks' display on the Thames in 1749.The discovery of gunpowder and the invention of the first true fireworks are traditionally credited to the Chinese, although India is also a likely source. Some scholars believe fireworks were developed in the Sui and Tang Dynasties (581–907), but others believe there were no fireworks until the Northern Song Dynasty (10th century).

Since then, any event—a birth, death, wedding, coronation, or New Year's Eve celebration—has become a fitting occasion for noisemakers. America's earliest settlers brought their enthusiasm for fireworks to the United States. Fireworks and black powder were used to celebrate important events long before the American Revolutionary War. The very first celebrations of Independence Day were in 1777, six years before Americans knew whether the new nation would survive the war; fireworks were a part of those festivities. In 1789, George Washington's inauguration was also accompanied by a fireworks display. This early fascination with their noise and color continues today. Wikipedia