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Isolated Photographer Shoots A Wedding Using His LEGOs And The Pics Are Hilariously Good

UK-based wedding photographer Chris Wallace of Carpe Diem Photography has come up with a wholesome course to keep shooting. Wallace married his old LEGOs and captured the entire occurrence, sharing the pics online for everyone to see. Not simply did he carefully plan the entire event, but he masterfully documented it as well, showcasing his 11 years of suffer during which he has killed over 700 ceremonies.

You could say everything began from the coronavirus pandemic.” I started from being an fantastically busy wed photographer with no time off to being off lodge at home, literally overnight ,” Wallace told Bored Panda.

With not much going on, Wallace remembered one of his old ardours.” I love LEGO and know it[ still] has a huge following, so I dusted off my 20 -year-old set from the loft and bought a LEGO bride and groom from Amazon ,” the photographer explained.” It took 3 periods to scheme and take the photos and write the blog .”

” It was so much merriment, so easy to be creative and take my time, rather than have very limited time at a real wedding. I can’t wait to continue the story of the bride and groom .”

Wallace also wanted to use the opportunity of his story moving viral to remind everyone to keep their hopes up.” It has been such a difficult time for self-employed people, income has stopped for us all, I would encourage anyone got to go and shape something positive to share with the world !”

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Image credits: Chris Wallace

Wow, what an incredible day! Florence& Fred were extremely lucky to have their wed during lockdown, the suppliers pulled out all the stops to make this magical period happen.

I started Florence& Fred’s wedding journey with a pre-shoot on the beach during sunset, in-front of my computer screen after I typed’ sunset’ into google. As you can see from their first photo, we were anointed with that incredible sky.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

They first are in conformity with a storehouse, it was a meeting like no other: on the Amazon conveyor belt, their eyes built contact and they fell in love, it was from that time they knew they would be together forever.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

On the bridal day, Fred arrived at the venue in his’ 90 s Mercedes SL-5 00 that he found in the attic. Along with his groomsmen, he enjoyed a relaxing alcohol prior to the ceremony. Florence, regrettably, had to get ready on her own as her bridesmaids were in isolation and due to inflated prices, were far too costly to buy from Amazon.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

The ceremony was held outdoors in “the worlds largest” lovely of gives, filled with the greenest of plastic foliages and most colorful plastic buds. We were also very lucky to have some special guests at the bridal, including Chewbacca, Hans Solo and a 1980 LEGO spaceman amongst others.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

The sun was out throughout the ceremony, which wasn’t ideal for the registrar as she was part squid, but great for everyone else.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Florence marched down the aisle with her father-god, Harry Potter, which was a very emotional time for all. I’m not sure anyone even noticed she had her dress on backward.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

After the ceremony, we started with some group photos with family and friends, then took the bride and groom off for some likeness in the back garden-variety and on the shed roof where we were anointed with blue skies, glooms, sunshine and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Fred then astonished Florence with a drone flight which took in all the spectacular sights of Middlewich, Cheshire. Florence was delighted to get some fresh air, especially after self-isolating for the past 4 weeks.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

The stunning venue was set in red and yellow-bellied plastic brick, because these are the colourings I had the majority of members of, and set in the incredible place inside a summerhouse/ shed in the heart of Cheshire. We headed there after the portraits to hear some very funny but silent speeches, before leading back out for photos of the sunset.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

This was one of the most amazing sundowns we have ever seen, created by a burst and an orange gel. Oddly enough, after the sundown, it poured with rainwater and this amazing couple stood getting wet for at least 20 minutes while I controlled the twinkling, camera and squirted sea at them, but was worth it for the images we created.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Image credits: Chris Wallace

We then headed back over to the venue for an amazing party, most guests had to sit out due to social distancing, but as “youre seeing” 4-5 people was an increase dancing, having a great time.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

As soon as the 5 people had ceased to dancing, we were able to head back outside to enjoy some sparklers, but had to cut this short as a few guests caught flame and melted. Regrettably, they couldn’t be saved, but made a funny wedding tale to tell.

Image credits: Chris Wallace

Thanks so much to Florence& Fred for having me along to capture your special day, you were amazing to work with and Florence, hope your hair grows back after the sparkler occurrence. You were both so easy to work with and took direction is a good one!

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