Mississippi Wedding Sparkler Laws

Mississippi Wedding Sparklers


Wedding Sparklers In Mississippi

  Mississippi allows the use of sparklers for weddings and events! Mississippi is the birthplace of Coca-Cola, which was first bottled in 1894 in Vicksburg. The surrounding cities of Jackson, Gulfport, Biloxi, and more, have widely began to use wedding sparklers and novelty items. We are able to have our wedding sparklers products arrive as fast as possible since our largest sparkler warehouse is located in Mississippi. Our wedding sparklers are shipped from this warehouse to various locations through out the United States. Please make sure your venue allows the use of sparklers at they still hold final authority. 


  Wedding sparklers vary in size and shapes. Mississippi's most popular choice of wedding sparklers happen to heart shaped wedding sparklers. Heart sparklers are hand crafted and sparkle for about one minute. Our 36 inch sparklers as the most popular exit sparkler. 36 inch wedding sparklers as sometimes referred to as long sparklers and last about 4 minutes. Please make sure to check the Mississippi sparkler laws directly below to avoid any mishaps on your wedding night.  

State of Mississippi Sparkler Laws:

  Mississippi allows all consumer sparklers as defined by the DOT. Wedding sparklers are classified as consumer sparklers and are approved by the CPSC. 36 inch and 20 inch sparklers are both allowed in Mississippi. However, the state of Mississippi prohibit cherry bombs, tubular salutes, repeating bombs, aerial bombs, and torpedoes. They only allow a selling period from June 15-July 5 and December 5-January 2, so just on holiday weeks. The age to purchase sparklers is 18 years old. Make sure to check our sparkler safety page to use your wedding sparklers the proper way.

*At Grand Wedding Exit we always strive to keep our sparkler laws updated with the most current Mississippi regulations. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of our sparkler information. We use this as a guideline for you to reference and you should always check with Mississippi state law before using sparklers for your wedding. Grand Wedding Exit is not held accountability for an errors in the information stated on our website, and will not be responsible for any violations of firework and sparkler laws.