New Hampshire 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 New Hampshire.
AGE OF PURCHASE: 21 years of age
LEGAL: Cylindrical fountains, cone fountains, ground spinners, helicopters and aerial spinners, Roman candles, mines, cakes, shells, reloadable mortars, parachutes, firecrackers, novelties – party poppers, snaps and snakes, bottle rockets, skyrockets, missiles, smoke devices containing less than 100 grams of pyrotechnic composition, sparklers and morning glories.
ILLEGAL: Cherry bombs, M-80’s, M-100’s, M-250’s, M-500’s, quarter sticks, blockbusters and any device that produces solely smoke.
PENALTY: The purchase, possession and usage of illegal fireworks in New Hampshire can result in a fine for a first offense or misdemeanor charge for further offenses.
New Hampshire Facts & Figures
Nickname: The Granite State
State Capital: Concord
Population: 1,359,711 (42nd)
Largest Cities: Manchester 112,673 Nashua 89,355 Concord 43,627
Total Land Area: 9,349 sq. miles (46th)
In 1775, New Hampshire became the first state to declare its independence from England – a full six months before the Declaration of Independence was signed.
Buckle up – or not. New Hampshire is the only U.S. state where seatbelts are not mandatory.
The first-in-the-nation U.S. Presidential Primary election is held in New Hampshire every four years. Until 1992, no candidate had ever won the presidency without first winning in New Hampshire.