Love Lego? Here’s how to have a Lego-themed wedding

Smashing box office records around the world, the latest The Lego Movie is a hearty combination of amazing digital animation and a hilarious plot, built upon the long-standing appeal of a familiar toy brick.

For the older generation especially, Lego, a Danish toy brand founded in 1932, perhaps never fails to remind you of a much simpler but still as fun childhood without the distraction of tech gadgets. Hours were indulged as you fiddled with tiny building blocks and constructed architectures, creatures or anything from the wildest of your imagination.

Now that you are well into adulthood and soon to be embarking unto a new phase in your life, it doesn’t mean that what you loved as a child is no longer relevant. For this post, W&T gathered ideas from the world wide web and we hope to show you how you can incorporate Lego into your big day. Have fun!

Dress up
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Designed by Japanese artist Rie Hosokai, this extricate dress was created for the Piece of Peace LEGO exhibition in Japan.

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(Picture credits (from top to bottom): here, here, here and here)

Put a ring on it
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(Picture credits (from top to bottom): here and here)

Eat
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(Picture credits (from top to bottom): here, here and here)

Decor
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(Picture credits (from top to bottom): here, here and here)