I need to preface this post with the fact that I am in no way, shape, or form affiliated with Lego, other than being a huge, fan!  =)  I wanted to create a Lego engagement as a fun project leading up to my Lego wedding.

I decided that I wanted to work on a personal project, and so far, it has been a ton of fun!  I wanted to create a full wedding and photograph it, just like I do any other wedding.  I am still in the middle of building everything that I need, but I was able to get the Venetian Restaurant kit set up.  So, I staged a proposal and engagement for my little minifigure couple.  Now, I am going to give them a story (just for fun).  =)

Tiffany and Jeremiah met as opponents in a fierce game of table tennis at their church’s youth camp when they were only sixteen.  Jeremiah was a challenge, but was no match for Tiffany, who had been playing this game since she could hold a paddle.  Years of playing her dad paid off with a 6-4 victory over Jeremiah.  After the match, they decided to get a drink at the cafe.  They talked for hours, but it only felt like minutes before they heard the call for evening devotions.  That was the beginning of many, many fun days ahead.

Two years into their relationship, they graduated.  This triumphant moment was bittersweet for the couple, as they decided to go to colleges 2000 miles apart.  Jeremiah decided to stay close to his family and Tiffany wanted to study abroad.  The day after graduation, she was on a plane destined for Italy.  This would only be one year, but she knew the reality of what it could do to her and Jeremiah’s relationship.  Somehow they managed to make it through that year unscathed by constantly Skyping with one another.

At the end of her yearlong journey of fabulous sightseeing and cultural experiences, Jeremiah surprised Tiffany by showing up in Venice.  She couldn’t be more excited.  She showed him EVERYTHING, especially her favorite restaurant in which she is now a regular, Chez Albert.  Just as the waiter was bringing out a bottle of their finest wine, Jeremiah asked Tiffany to be his wife.  (She said yes).

Check out their proposal and engagement pictures!

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