Kentucky Fireworks Laws
Wedding sparklers are a great way to illuminate any wedding exit with flash and pizzazz. While our sparklers are fun and festive, it’s important to use them responsibility. Your health and safety is our highest priority and we always recommend following state fireworks rules and regulations in Kentucky.
AGE OF PURCHASE: 18 years of age
LEGAL: All consumer fireworks that comply with the construction, chemical composition and labeling regulations of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). – Fountains, crack and strobe fireworks, novelties, sparklers, wheels and spinners and “punk and smoke” fireworks.
ILLEGAL: Bottle rockets, skyrockets, Roman candles, firecrackers, missiles, parachutes, sky flyers, display shells, aerial items (cakes) and reloadable tubes exceeding 200 grams
SELLING PERIOD: Sale of fireworks must be approved by U.S. CPSC.
PENALTY: Purchasing or using fireworks in violation of state or municipal law in Kentucky could result in fines, infractions and even jail time.
Kentucky Facts & Figures
Nickname: Bluegrass State
State Capital: Frankfort
Population: 4,467,673 (26th)
Largest Cities: Louisville 617,638 Lexington 323,152 Bowling Green 70,543
Total Land Area: 40,408 sq. miles (37th)
The longest known cave system in the world, Mammoth Cave, is located in southern Kentucky. The underground caverns span 400 miles to date, with untold more miles still awaiting discovery.
Kentucky is a boaters’ paradise, with more navigable miles of water (1,100 miles of rivers and lakes) than any other state in the continental U.S, and second only to Alaska.
Bowling Green, located in western Kentucky, is home to the world’s only Corvette assembly plant and National Corvette Museum.