I have a bride and groom coming this evening for a cake consultation for their wedding in August. (Yeah, kind of laid back here in KS, they don't get too excited about getting cake contracts filled out.) Anyways, the groom does pyrotechs (sp?). He designed firework shows for local towns for 4th of July, etc. He does a really big elaborate showing. Bride mentioned that he had some ideas for his groom's cake.
Does anyone know of any supplies or sites that I can check out for sparklers, etc that lend to a fireworks theme that would be safe to use above or around food? Thanking you in advance.
I bought some food-safe sparklers at last year's ICES Convention. If you're interested I'll look for the contact info.
(I just realized that link is for the case - you can get them by the bag, also).
Thanks for your responses. The groom said that he had the food safe fireworks (sparklers) already. He's doing a big fireworks display at the NE State Fair one week after the wedding. Not good timing for him, but he's going to do it.
Help! I was looking into this too. I have a client that want sparklers throughout their cake... but not the ones that look like candles.
Are there ones that can go right into the cake and be used?
I looked at the link and the ones that were listed, said not to use indoors or around food b/c of the falling ash.
I think it was Cake Boss that had an episode with fireworks. You can find it online. If it wasn't Buddy, it was Duff. Anyway, if you can watch the episode, it might help.