Bride and Groom LEGO Set

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Today during my trip to LEGOLAND I found a new set on the shelves. Although not as personalized as the Wedding Cake Toppers I design, this new LEGO set is still fun. ;)

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Now at $10 for the set, its a little pricey for the part count — 40 ¢ a piece. But for those looking for a minifig bride and groom, that is exactly what you get.

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There isn’t much to the set, but here’s what you get.

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I was actually surprised that they included the paper flower arch. I thought it was just a drawing on the box. I would have rather had a LEGO one though. The fabric veil is a little tricky to put in, but it works okay.

The dress torso also has back printing, but unfortunately my picture isn’t the best. I’ll try and take a better one soon.
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There is one upside, they include three different colors of the hair — the blond color appears for the first and only (so far) time in this set.
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I have to admit that’s why I got the set, the printed white dress and the hair elements. :D

On a completely different note, there are also LEGO Crocs for kids (no adults unfortunately :( )

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They are pretty cute. I forgot to look at the price, sorry about that.

So, my guess is that if the Bride and Groom set is showing up at LEGOLAND it will start showing up at all LEGO stores soon. As for the Crocs shoes, who knows.

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10 Responses to “Bride and Groom LEGO Set”

  1. Purple Dave Says:

    why, I do believe that’s the S1 Magician torso making a reappearance.

    Also, what are the other two hair colors? Looks like reddish-brown in the pic with the blonde hair, but is that dark-brown or black on the minifig?

  2. Steve Says:

    Very cute! The groom should have a ‘two face’ head – happy on one side, sweating bullets nervous on the other.

  3. Mariann Asanuma Says:

    Its dark brown Dave.

  4. Purple Dave Says:

    @Steve:
    That doesn’t work so great with a top-hat. You need a hair/hat that will cover the unused face on the back of the head. If you want a “sweating bullets” face, pick up a spare S2 Weightlifter or S3 Gorilla.

  5. Huw Says:

    Very nice. Can I use the image at Brickset?

    Are the figs Danish or Chinese? (Danish have (c) LEGO inside the foot, Chinese don’t)

  6. Matthew Says:

    Can you tell me if the dress is the standard size or something smaller? I can’t tell if the bride is taller then the average figure size because of the top hat.

  7. Mariann Asanuma Says:

    The dress is five plates high, one plate shorter than the normal girl dress. It is a printed 2×2 slope on top of a 2×2 plate on top of a 2×3 plate with two cheese slopes at the back.

  8. Purple Dave Says:

    ^ To add to that, the “standard” 2x2x2 slope-brick dress actually makes a minifig stand one plate taller than normal legs, so this multi-piece skirt design keeps her normal height. So no high heels for that bride.

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