Vermont 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 Vermont. 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 Burlington, Manchester, Montpelier or any other city in Vermont, the best wedding sparklers in the state can be found at Direct Sparklers.

Vermont Firework Laws and Regulations

While fireworks can be a fun and exciting way to celebrate events, they can also pose risks to individuals and property. In Vermont, the laws surrounding the use of fireworks are strict, and understanding them is crucial to avoid any legal trouble. So, let’s explore the ins and outs of Vermont firework laws and regulations.

Overview of Vermont Firework Laws

Fireworks are regulated by the Vermont Department of Public Safety’s Division of Fire Safety. The state has strict laws that govern the sale, possession, and use of fireworks. Vermont follows the federal government’s guidelines for the classification of fireworks, which are categorized into two groups: consumer fireworks and display fireworks.

Consumer fireworks are those that can be purchased and used by the general public, while display fireworks are used by professionals during large-scale events. In Vermont, consumer fireworks are further divided into two categories: permissible and non-permissible.

Types of Fireworks Allowed in Vermont

Permissible fireworks are those that are approved for use in Vermont, while non-permissible fireworks are those that are illegal to use, sell or possess in the state. The following are the types of permissible fireworks that are allowed in Vermont:

  • Sparklers
  • Fountains
  • Smoke devices
  • Ground spinners
  • Snakes
  • Party poppers
  • Toy caps
  • Cone fountains
  • Novelty items such as glow worms, snakes, and smoke balls

Firework Sales and Possession Laws

In Vermont, the sale of fireworks is tightly regulated. Only licensed retailers can sell permissible fireworks, and those retailers are required to obtain a permit from the Division of Fire Safety. Additionally, permissible fireworks cannot be sold to anyone under the age of 18.

It is also illegal to possess non-permissible fireworks in Vermont. Those caught in possession of non-permissible fireworks can face fines and criminal charges. Fireworks purchased legally in other states cannot be brought into Vermont.

Fireworks Use Laws in Vermont

The use of fireworks in Vermont is only allowed during specific times of the year. Permissible fireworks can be used from June 20 to July 7 and from December 31 to January 1. The use of fireworks is prohibited at all other times of the year, except for public displays that are authorized by the Division of Fire Safety.

All fireworks must be used in a safe and responsible manner. They should be used outdoors in a clear area that is free from any flammable materials. Fireworks should not be pointed at people, animals or buildings, and they should not be used under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Penalties for Violating Vermont Firework Laws

Violating Vermont’s firework laws can result in serious penalties. Those caught selling or possessing non-permissible fireworks can face fines of up to $5,000 and up to two years in prison. Additionally, anyone who causes property damage or injury while using fireworks can face civil and criminal charges. These penalties can include fines, jail time, and the requirement to pay for damages.

Safety Tips for Using Fireworks

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

  • Always read and follow the instructions on the fireworks label.
  • Use fireworks outdoors in a clear area that is free from any flammable materials.
  • Keep a bucket of water or a garden hose nearby in case of a fire.
  • Never point fireworks at people, animals or buildings.
  • Children should never be allowed to use fireworks without adult supervision.
  • Do not attempt to relight a “dud” firework. Wait at least 20 minutes and then soak it in water.
  • Alcohol and fireworks do not mix. Save the alcohol for after the fireworks show.

Frequently Asked Questions About Vermont Firework Laws

Q: Can I use fireworks on my own property?
A: Yes, you can use permissible fireworks on your own property during the times of the year when they are allowed.

Q: Can I bring fireworks into Vermont from another state?
A: No, it is illegal to bring non-permissible fireworks into Vermont.

Q: What should I do if I see someone using fireworks illegally?
A: You should contact the local authorities immediately.

Vermont Facts & Figures

Nickname: The Green Mountain State

State Capital: Montpelier

Population: 623,989 (51st)

Largest Cities: Burlington 42,819 South Burlington 19,509 Rutland 15,074

Total Land Area: 9,616 sq. miles (45th)

Fun Facts:

Before becoming the 14th U.S. state in 1791, Vermont was its very own country. Founded in 1777, the Vermont Republic operated a post office and had its own currency called Vermont coppers.

With a population of fewer than 7,800 residents, Montpelier is the smallest state capital in the U.S.

You won’t be seeing any billboard advertisements on your drive. Vermont is one of four states to ban commercial billboards.

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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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