scattering ashes in fireworks

Cremation fireworks

After the cremation there are choices to be made about what to do with the ashes. Many people choose to keep the ashes at home or scatter them at a place that holds special memories of their loved one. However, as ashes can be incorporated into fireworks another alternative is to use cremation fireworks. This is a spectacular and memorable way to scatter your loved one’s ashes in the heavens.

Saying goodbye

Saying goodbye to a loved one or friend is always an emotional time. With our cremation fireworks, we can offer both professional fireworks displays or self-fire fireworks, to provide a unique and memorable send off. Our amazing professionally-fired firework displays are designed to your specific requirements.  For instance, this could be colour themed or choreographed to a favourite piece of music.  Do not hesitate to contact us, as our friendly team will be happy to discuss how we could develop your ideas into a fitting tribute.

Our self-fire tributes are especially chosen by people who want to scatter the ashes of their loved ones at home, surrounded by family and friends. All our self-fire tributes can be personalised with a message. We offer different tribute packages, providing a variety of effects and duration.

About us

Heavenly Stars Fireworks has over 20 years of knowledge and expertise in the fireworks industry.  We offer high quality fireworks which meet all safety requirements.  Our professional fireworks displays are only undertaken by experienced technicians trained to British Pyrotechnists’ Association standards.

Testimonials

Out 6 testimonials we scored a 4.8 out of 5
  • “My brother had his 60th birthday party on Saturday night at the same time we let off the fireworks containing my mum’s ashes. I must say what a fantastic set of fireworks they were, at the party was the five children plus grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. My mum’s brother and wife were there plus all my brother’s guests at his house and everyone was gobsmacked with the display. Thank you once again”

    - Rob Davis -
  • “Good morning Charlotte. We had the wake for my mum on Saturday and released the fireworks. They were amazing, beyond what I and everyone expected. They turned a potentially sad occasion into a happy one, a true celebration of my mum’s life. I just wanted to thank you and the company for your help and for giving my mum the send off she wanted.”

    - Sarah Burden -
  • “Thank you once again for your assistance and empathic approach in helping me in this matter. Fulfilling this element of my wife’s wishes was causing me much concern, but your help has simplified matters tremendously.”

    - David Ware -
  • “Just wanted to say a huge thank you for everything. It would have been Kirsty’s birthday yesterday and we had friends and family round to celebrate. Everyone was amazed at what a fantastic display it was, so much more than we could have hoped for. You were super efficient and made the whole process very smooth. Would highly recommend!”

    - Michelle Rabbett -
  • “I would just like to say a massive thank you to all the staff at Heavenly Stars Fireworks we said goodbye to Mike my partner in true style, his children Chloe and Issy thought it was the best send off. Something we will always remember for the rest of our lives. All Mikes friends and family can not thank you enough. What an amazing idea and excellent five-star service. Thank you so much.”

    - Rachael Harding -
  • “Hi Denise, I’ve been meaning to email you to say thank you so much for the fireworks you did for us with Caz’s ashes in. They were fantastic and the highlight of our celebration of Caz’s life that we had on November 5th, which would’ve been her 49th birthday. We had all her friends and family there and with some champagne and a few cocktails we sent her off in style. Everyone was so impressed with the rockets and letters, in fact several people thought it was a fantastic idea for themselves when the time comes…

    Once again our heartfelt thanks for allowing us the chance to honour Caz’s wishes in such style.”

    - Karen Tyler -