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New Ideas for a Traditional June Wedding

Did you know that June is the most popular month for weddings? The inspiration for June weddings goes back to antiquity when the Romans celebrated the Festival of Juno, goddess of marriage and childbirth. As time went on, being married in June became a tradition that continues right up to the present day. Why? The weather is milder and warmer, the flowers are blooming, and young ladies have always deemed it lucky to be considered a “June bride.”

However, even though a June wedding is still a time-honored tradition, many of the old marriage customs are changing. One of the newest wedding rituals involves – you guessed it! – FIREWORKS! Can you think of a better way to celebrate one of the most important days of your life?

Sparklers can make any wedding a memorable experience. The bride and groom can proudly make their way through a dazzling pathway of sparklers held by the guests after the ceremony. Also, sparklers can add a glittering array of light atop the wedding cake. Send off the honeymooners with a sparkling farewell!

Larger fireworks displays can be used as background for an evening outdoor ceremony or as an exhilarating climax to the wedding reception. And don’t forget party favors for the guests, particularly poppers, snaps, and other novelties which always add an extra bang to the festivities! And just think of the gorgeous photos you will have to cherish long after the unforgettable ceremony!

Therefore, if you are planning a traditional June wedding, start a new custom by igniting your special day with fireworks! Put TNT Fireworks on your planning list and visit a TNT Superstore for your nuptial needs! Fireworks are not just for the Fourth of July anymore!



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