Missouri Wedding Sparklers 

Your wedding day will be one of the most important moments in your life. From the wedding ceremony and dinner reception to the wedding grand finale, everything about your wedding should be exclusive and elegant. At Direct Sparklers, we have the very best in wedding sparklers to make your wedding send-off one that’ll be remembered for a lifetime. We provide premium wedding sparklers at bargain prices across Missouri. Our #10 gold wedding sparklers, #20 gold wedding sparklers, #36 gold wedding sparklers and heart shaped sparklers give your special event the glitz and glamour in a safe and fun way.

  • Available in a variety of lengths offering different burn times
  • Instant crowd pleaser and make for stunning wedding photography
  • Wedding sparklers provide easy distribution and cleanup

Whether you live in Kansas City, St. Louis or Jefferson City, the best wedding sparklers in Missouri can be found at Direct Sparklers.

Missouri Firework Laws and Regulations

We’ll explore the types of fireworks allowed in Missouri, age restrictions for purchasing and using fireworks, legal dates and times for fireworks use in Missouri, prohibited areas for fireworks use, penalties for violating fireworks laws, safety tips for using fireworks, frequently asked questions about Missouri’s firework laws and regulations, and resources for further information.

Types of Fireworks Allowed in Missouri

Missouri allows the use of consumer fireworks, which are fireworks that are designed for personal use and not for professional displays. These can include sparklers, fountains, ground spinners, roman candles, and bottle rockets. However, there are certain types of fireworks that are prohibited in Missouri, including aerial bombs, sky rockets, missile-type rockets, and firecrackers that contain more than 50 milligrams of flash powder.

It’s important to note that just because a firework is legal in Missouri, it may not be legal in other states. Always check the laws and regulations of the state you are in before purchasing or using fireworks.

Age Restrictions for Purchasing and Using Fireworks

In Missouri, you must be at least 16 years old to purchase consumer fireworks. Those under 16 can use fireworks but must be supervised by an adult. It’s important to note that some fireworks may have age restrictions for use, so always check the label before lighting them.

Legal Dates and Times for Fireworks Use in Missouri

Fireworks can be sold in Missouri from June 20th to July 10th and from December 20th to January 2nd. However, the dates for using fireworks are more limited. You can use fireworks from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. from June 20th to July 10th and from December 20th to January 2nd. On July 4th and New Year’s Eve, you can use fireworks until midnight.

It’s important to note that some cities and counties may have their own ordinances regarding the use of fireworks. Always check with your local government before using fireworks.

Prohibited Areas for Firework Use in Missouri

There are certain areas in Missouri where fireworks are not allowed. These include:

  • Within 300 feet of a church, hospital, asylum, licensed child care facility, or school when in session
  • On any public property, including streets and sidewalks
  • Within 100 feet of a fireworks stand

It’s important to note that violating these restrictions can result in fines and even criminal charges.

Penalties for Violating Firework Laws in Missouri

Violating fireworks laws in Missouri can result in fines, jail time, and even felony charges. The penalties vary depending on the severity of the offense. For example, selling or using illegal fireworks can result in a fine of up to $1,000 and/or up to one year in jail. Causing a fire with fireworks can result in a fine of up to $5,000 and/or up to seven years in jail.

It’s important to take fireworks laws seriously to avoid any legal trouble.

Safety Tips for Using Fireworks in Missouri

While fireworks can be a fun way to celebrate, they can also be dangerous if not used properly. Here are some safety tips for using fireworks in Missouri:

  • Always have a bucket of water or hose nearby in case of a fire
  • Only use fireworks outdoors in a clear area away from buildings and trees
  • Don’t aim fireworks at people or animals
  • Never try to relight a “dud” firework
  • Don’t use fireworks while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Follow the instructions on the label for each firework

By following these safety tips, you can help ensure a safe and enjoyable fireworks experience.

Frequently Asked Questions About Missouri’s Firework Laws and Regulations

Q: Can I use fireworks in a city park in Missouri?

A: It depends on the city’s ordinances. Always check with your local government before using fireworks in a public area.

Q: Can I buy fireworks in Missouri if I’m from out of state?

A: Yes, as long as you are at least 16 years old.

Q: What should I do if a firework doesn’t go off?

A: Don’t try to relight it. Instead, wait at least 20 minutes and then soak it in water before disposing of it.

Resources for Further Information on Missouri’s Firework laws and Regulations

If you have any questions or concerns about Missouri’s firework laws and regulations, there are several resources available to you. These include:

  • The Missouri Division of Fire Safety
  • Your local government
  • Fireworks retailers in Missouri

Missouri Facts & Figures

Nickname: The Show-Me State

State Capital: Jefferson City

Population: 6,137,428 (18th)

Largest Cities: Kansas City 495,327 St. Louis 300,576 Springfield 167,882

Total Land Area: 69,707 sq. miles (21st)

Fun Facts:

St. Louis, Missouri hosted the 1904 Summer Olympics – the first time the international games were held in the United States.

Four of the largest earthquakes in North America history have occurred in Missouri.

Kansas City, Missouri has more miles of boulevards than Paris, France and more fountains than any other city in the world, except Rome, Italy.

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At Direct Sparklers, we do our best to keep our state firework regulation information up-to-date. With changing regulations, however, we only use this as a guide for you to reference and do not guarantee the accuracy of the information. Before purchasing or using fireworks in your state, you should always check with your state law . Direct Sparklers is not held accountable for any errors in the information stated on our website, and will not be held responsible for any violations of firework or sparkler laws. Direct Sparklers can ship to 45 of the 50 states, excluding Alaska, California, Hawaii, Massachusetts, and Oregon.

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