The Most Common Firework Effects
Below are 18 of the most common effects used to make fireworks – brought to life with animation. These effects are normally mixed together in a varying order and colour to make a single firework.
Fireworks Effect: Bees
The Bees fireworks effect is a stream of light that expands and stretches into the night’s sky, an organic-looking effect, these fireworks truly make the skies come to life.
Fireworks Effect: Brocade
The Brocade effect is a classic boasting woven clusters that culminate in a bright, star-shaped burst.
Fireworks Effect: Chrysanthemum
The Chrysanthemum effect is a spherical effect that does its namesake proud, these fireworks seemingly appears out of nowhere to portray a stunning representation of a Chrysanthemum flower.
Fireworks Effect: Comet
The Comet effect is a fireworks projectile that leaves a persistent glittering trail in its wake, making for a truly elegant display.
Fireworks Effect: Crossette
The Crossette effect is a clever criss-crossing effect, created by each firework splitting into separate projectiles.
Fireworks Effect: Glitter
The Glitter effect is a stunning, explosive spray of glittering light, the shape of which is not too dissimilar to that of a passion flower.
Fireworks Effect: Palm
The Palm effect is an initial, dramatic explosion consisting very bright stars that slowly fade into the shape of a palm tree’s branches.
Fireworks Effect: Pearls
The Pearls effect is a set of bright glowing stars that rise silently into the night’s sky before dissolving.Pearls do not leave a trail, offering a modern, almost futuristic effect to displays.
Fireworks Effect: Peony
The Peony effect is another classic firework effect consisting of an arching sphere of stars and normally change colour as they expand.
Fireworks Effect: Pistil
The Pistil effect is an initially bright and compact burst that stretches outwards before gently dissipating.
Pistils are often added to a Chrysanthemum or Peony fireworks for maximum effect.
Fireworks Effect: Silver Fish
The Silver Fish effect is an initial fish-shaped explosion that quickly spreads apart into a dancing shoal, glittering and scattering into the night’s sky.
Fireworks Effect: Snail
The Snail effect is a set of stars that explode with initial ferocity, leaving behind an expanding snail shell shape.
Fireworks Effect: Stars
The Stars effect is burst of bright stars that scatter in all directions, producing an almost firefly-like effect.
Fireworks Effect: Strobe
The Strobe effect is, as its namesake suggests, a fast, flashing effect that lights up the night’s sky with glittering awe burst of bright stars that scatter in all directions, producing an almost firefly-like effect.
Fireworks Effect: Tail
The Tail effect is a streaming projectile that leaves behind a comet-like trail.
Fireworks Effect: Waterfall
The Waterfall effect is a wide, bright arch that illuminates the night’s sky, stretching downward in dramatic fashion.
Fireworks Effect: Whirl
The Whirl effect is rather unique that literally spirals about the night’s sky, creating a dizzying, standout display.
Fireworks Effect: Willow
The Willow effect is Often utilised for the most stunning displays, Willow effects literally ‘fall’ from the rocket or shell, gently weeping back to earth much like the tree after which this firework was named.