Flowing with a volley of pink stars mines, to a volley of pink stars rising and breaking into a skyful of pink peonies. Followed on by a succession of pink dreamtails that give way to pink star breaks leading into a pink peony close. A perfect firework for a gender reveal party
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New for 2020/2021. Enjoy watching the buds of the Pink Dawn grow petal by petal. While opening with a pretty pink mine. To vibrant pink comet tails. With pink falling leaves. And finishes with a pink peony finale. In addition, Pink Dawn would be an amazing barrage for a gender reveal party for a baby girl, but if its a boy and you want blue than Blue Sky is for you. While this category 2 firework. Has a noise level of 6 out of 10. with a net explosive content of 366gm. With high-grade effects. Pink Dawn will blossom against the dark skies.
Gender reveal parties are fantastic. And what’s better than a gender reveal firework? Pink Dawn is one of many fireworks available. For the happy occasion. Likewise, our gender reveal fireworks come with various effects. and noise levels. Including low noise. While we offer fireworks for sale all year round. From our showrooms in Colchester and Ipswich. In addition to purchasing online fireworks. from our website. Also included with your fireworks. We provide a safety guide. In order to keep you and your spectators safe. With this in mind, we would ask you to familiarise yourself. With the guidelines provided. For example, we recommend all cakes and barrages. Including Pink Dawn. Are placed on flat ground. Then secured to a stake or post. With strong tape. Additionally, you can find information on the label of the firework. Remember, each firework has its own set of hazards. And therefore different instructions. Make sure you read the guidelines carefully. While only light one firework at a time. And at arms-length, With a Portfire or lighter or Turbo Lighter. Also if a firework fails to go off. Remember to leave it for at least 15 minutes. (We recommend 60 minutes). Then place in a bucket of water. And leave for 24 hours before disposing of safely.