We may combine furniture, household goods, and even finances, but our Lego collections will never be combined. At least that’s what Mr. P has jokingly maintained for the last few years. He claims his Legos are superior to mine and co-mingling would be disastrous (for his).
Both of us grew up with a fascination with the tiny bricks. When I moved away from home, my Legos were packed up for the trip. Every once in a while, we’ll drag the storage totes out and start construction projects. My foreman does a poor job of planning, since my projects inevitably run out of bricks, and I eye his pile. Man, it would be nice if I could just borrow a few.
See what I could accomplish if I had more bricks?
You can tell whose Legos are whose; our sorting styles are a microcosm of our personalities. Mine are grouped by color and size into large chunks. And his, well…they’re dismantled with lightning speed and unceremoniously dumped back.
This whole Lego thing got me thinking…How can we incorporate this quirky shared interest into the wedding? Cake! It’s the most obvious and tastiest, of course. The internet is awesome. Ask (search) and you shall receive.
And then there’s the Lego wedding cakes…
But those are too obvious. Maybe I’ll sneak a Lego bride and groom onto our cake?
See the tiny people?
I’m pretty sure I have these or similar in my superior collection. (via Etsy)
Lots more sweet ideas here.
How did you incorporate a shared interest into your wedding?