deetmar Posted 23 Apr 2009 , 11:06pm
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I had a client call today and ask if I could put sparklers on their wedding cake. They said that they saw it on Whose Wedding is it Anyway.

Does anybody know anything about this, and where would you get the sparklers?

Thanks for the hlep.

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Doug Posted 23 Apr 2009 , 11:13pm
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as fireworks -- are they even legal in your state?

if they are....

they DO leave a residue....that is INedible....
sooo

that would mean fondant that could be stripped off before serving the cake.

auntmamie Posted 24 Apr 2009 , 1:38am
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What about sparkling birthday candles? Country Kitchen sells them, they are 9" long.

i_heart_pastry Posted 24 Apr 2009 , 3:21am
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Out of curiosity, I googled "cake sparklers" and surprisingly there were many results, including sites selling sparklers they claim are safe to go on cakes. Check it out...maybe you'll get lucky & find something.

Bec

Jenthecakelady Posted 24 Apr 2009 , 3:28am
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There are some great birthday cake sparklers out there. I got some at Party City for my son's b-day and was pleasantly surprised. They even come in different colors.

deetmar Posted 24 Apr 2009 , 5:30am
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Thanks for the help. I did google them and was surprised to find them also. From the sounds of it they will leave a mess behind. I told them to also contact the venue to see if they are even aloud.

mobilehomeless Posted 17 Apr 2013 , 8:59pm
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There are certainly wedding cake sparklers that are food safe. If you're concerned about residue, you can angle the sparklers to the side or use a piece of plastic to with holes for the cake sparklers to protect the wedding cake. Here's some examples of what I'm talking about: http://buyweddingsparklers.com/wedding-cake-sparklers/

mobilehomeless Posted 17 Apr 2013 , 10:07pm
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BTW, sparklers are considered "novelties", not fireworks. They are legal in nearly every state, but do check your local laws.

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