Michigan 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 Michigan.
AGE OF PURCHASE: 18 years of age (Purchaser cannot be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.)
LEGAL: Roman candles, bottle rockets, missile type rockets, aerials, reloadable shell devices, firecrackers, helicopter and aerial spinners, novelty items (sparklers, snaps, poppers and snakes), low impact fireworks (ground sparkling devices, ground-based or handheld sparklers, ground sparkling devices and smoke devices) and display fireworks.
ILLEGAL: Fireworks not specifically permitted.
USE OF FIREWORKS PERIOD:
- December 31 until 1:00 a.m. on January 1
- Saturday and Sunday immediately preceding Memorial Day until 11:45 p.m. on each of those days
- June 29 to July 4 until 11:45 p.m. on each of those days
- July 5, if the date falls on a Friday or Saturday, until 11:45 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday immediately preceding Labor Day until 11:45 p.m. on each of those days
PENALTY: Anyone who violates the ordinance will receive a fine of $1,000 for each offense.
Michigan Facts & Figures
Nickname: The Great Lakes State
State Capital: Lansing
Population: 9,986,857 (10th)
Largest Cities: Detroit 670,031 Grand Rapids 201,013 Warren 133,943
Total Land Area: 96,714 sq. miles (11th)
Detroit has its own currency. Detroit “Cheers” come in dominations of $3 and include the Spirit of Detroit monument.
With more than 120 lighthouses dotting 3,288 miles of shoreline, Michigan has the most lighthouses in the U.S. along the world’s longest freshwater coastline.
The Mackinac Bridge is the longest suspension bridge between anchorages in the Western Hemisphere. Spanning five miles over the Straits of Mackinac, the Mackinac Bridge connects the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan.