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Dynamic Fireworks Will Light Up the Sky at Big Fat Sponsored Wedding


Dynamic Fireworks provide the pyrotechnic entertainment for the Big Fat Sponsored Wedding of Jack and Michelle to a Take That tune.

United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 2 November 2012

On 14th December at Plum Park Hotel in Northamptonshire, Dynamic Fireworks will be putting the WOW into Jack and Michelle's Big Fat Sponsored Wedding. The event has received widespread media coverage as the bride and groom-to-be entice vendors to offer their goods and services in return for publicity rather than money.

Sponsored weddings are an already popular concept in the US – and Jack and Michelle decided that a similar approach would be the only way they could have the ceremony of their dreams in the face of rising costs and reduced income. Dynamic Fireworks are just one of a number of vendors the couple approached; and were specifically asked to put the ‘wow' factor into the celebration by designing and choreographing a fantastic firework display set to the tune Never Forget by Take That.

This is not the first time that Dynamic Fireworks has been approached to provide a pyrotechnic feast for a high profile wedding; the company were also responsible for putting the sparkle into the marriage of Loose Women's Zoe Tyler.

Nigel Claydon, Director at Dynamic is thrilled at the opportunity to be part of the event at Plum Park “This is a great event for Dynamic, it gives us a chance to showcase a truly unique display as well as light up the lives of the happy couple. The venue is stunning, and will provide a great backdrop for the display we have designed especially for the occasion.”

Dynamic Fireworks has been providing professional firework display services and supplying high quality pyrotechnics across the UK for over 25 years. You can visit their showrooms in Essex and Suffolk, or view their services and products at

Alternatively call them directly on 01206 762123 for more information.

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