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Add a little LEGO® magic to your big day!

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Delight your guests with this buildable wedding favor set, featuring a minifigure bride and groom, bouquet and ring, plus a wedding arch decorated with flower and heart elements.

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Bring a touch of LEGO® magic to your wedding celebrations with this charming buildable wedding favor set, featuring a minifigure bride and groom with a bouquet and a golden ring, plus a wedding arch decorated with flowers and hearts. Thank your guests with this delightful wedding favor that they can treasure forever.

  • Features a minifigure bride and groom with a bouquet and golden ring, plus a wedding arch decorated with flower and heart elements.
  • The groom minifigure has 2 facial expressions (smiling and scared), and comes with 3 wigs: blond, brown and black, plus a top hat.
  • The bride minifigure comes with 3 wigs: blond, brown and black.
  • For table decoration only.
  • A great gift for fans of LEGO® building sets.
  • This set includes over 80 LEGO® pieces and offers an age-appropriate building experiencefor ages 7 and over.
  • Measures over 5” (14cm) high, 4” (12cm) wide and 2” (6cm) deep.
LEGO® Wedding Favor Set is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from LEGO® Wedding Favor Set One day, while looking around the Sales and Deals page of, I found this little set for about half it's original price. I figured since it was only about $5, I'd give it a try. So the next time I went to my local LEGO Store, I picked up this set along with a set of minifigures from the Minifig Station. That's actually the main reason I got this set, the minifig parts. Since there are many differnent reasons people buy a set, I'll try to talk about it in a few different ways. As a children's toy, for an AFOL, as a wedding favor and lastly, for the parts. Children's Toy As a toy, I think it does pretty well, especially if paired with other City or Town sets. Weddings are a common occurrence in everyday life and being able to have one in your LEGO City/Town adds some more realism to it. I think it's especially nice since the only other LEGO weddings I can think of are in large and or discontinued sets, such as the 2009 Town Plan set and the Town Hall Modular building. This is a much cheaper way to get this. The minifigs are really great for kids too. The extra Hair pieces allow for creativity and the torsos are nicely printed and get the idea across that it's a wedding. While I feel like most kids would probably prefer a police car or a helicopter, I would still recommend this to anyone buying for a kid. Especially If you find it for $5 like I did. AFOL Since I am now 18, I suppose I am legally an Adult Fan Of LEGO, so as a new AFOL, I guess I can actually speak on the subject. This set again makes a good addiction to a City, but since AFOLs tend to have a bit more money than kids, they are more likely able to afford those larger sets I mentioned and may prefer those. I honestly think this set does a better job though, because of it has so many options. Plus the extra minifigs parts are always nice to have around, even if they're not the most interesting parts. The tousled male hair piece especially since it's in practically every City set these days, but good pieces none-the-less, since they are pretty realistic. They are in some less common colors too, in this set, such as the yellow and medium flesh colored hair. I did find it a bit odd that neither of the hair pieces came in orange to represent red heads. Also, the rest of the figures aren't anything special, just reused prints from other themes, and the bottom of the dress doesn't actually have any print which is a bit of a let down, but I don't really mind too much. Wedding Favor I have never had a wedding before. And the ones I've been to didn't give out wedding favors, so I don't have too much experience in this field, but I'll still give my thoughts. In my opinion, this is a bit expensive to give out to ever couple that comes to your wedding at $9.99 a piece. Even the sale price is a bit high at $4.99 each. On the other hand. If you want a different and unique cake topper, then this is the perfect set. It's not too big, and even if your cake is smaller, it's LEGO, so you can rebuild if needed. If you and-or your fiance are red heads, this may not work out perfectly for you, but additional pieces to change that aren't too hard to come by. Try pick-a-brick or the minifig stations at the LEGO Stores. Parts The reason I got this. As I said, the minifig parts were mostly what I got the set for, but the greenery pieces are also very nice. I also appreciate the smooth arching pieces and those hearts on either side of the alter and the ring pieces from Lord of the Rings(only 1 is listed on the parts page but mine came with 2 extra, one for the bride and one for my parts collection). The price to part ratio is a tad high at about 11 cents per part, but when I got the set on sale for $4.99, that ratio went down to around 5 cents, so I am very happy with it. I don't really love the torso prints. The tux print is reused from a Penguin minifig from DC Superheros line and while it's a nice print, not exactly my favorite, and would have preferred a more generic tux print. The dress, if I'm not mistaken, first appeared in the 2009 Pirates sets for the Admirals daughter. I think it does the job well, and while I don't currently have a use for it, I'm sure I'll find a moc for it soon enough. The heads are so-so. The bear head is okay, but quite common. Same with the female head. The double sided head, however, was a very nice inclusion. While I don't think it's a new print, I like it and found a home for it very quickly. The top hat is also nice, but nothing really special. Overall, the LEGO® Wedding Favor Set is a really nice set, one that I would really recommend in one way or another to everyone, for one reason or another. It was overall a very simple build, but a nice one. One that anyone from a beginner to an expert could have fun putting together. I you found this review helpful, and happy building.
Date published: 2017-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How could I not say "yes"?! My fiance and I are Lego fans, so of course he presented this set with the ring when he proposed. The photos pretty much say it all (ring and ring box not included of course!) but I will add that it is the perfect size for a cake-topper. Now Lego just needs to get going on creating a jewelry box for such occasions (the one in the photo is custom-made)!
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best ever Love these see from my cake how beautiful and different they can make your big day
Date published: 2016-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it! Toooooo adorable!...loved the customizable pieces for the bride and groom. The grooms terrified expression was the best! (Although, they didn't have blue for my hair so had to improvise. Haha!) This set got me into my adult Lego craze!
Date published: 2017-03-07
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