'I do,' say Florence and Fred, as photographer shoots Lego 'wedding' during lockdown

Wedding photographer Chris Wallace used Lego to create a wedding shoot during lockdown.
Wedding photographer Chris Wallace used Lego to create a wedding shoot during lockdown.
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Chris Wallace, a photographer from the UK, has used his imagination to create and shoot a lockdown wedding using Lego pieces.

Wallace told New York Post that he has more time on his hands now due to his wedding shoots being cancelled or postponed since the UK went on lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

He shared the journey to creating the magical wedding day on his website, including the behind-the-scenes pictures.

The lucky couple Florence and Fred's big day took a lot to put together in terms of setting up the venue and conducting the pre-shoot on the beach, with perfect skies and sunset.

“I started Florence and 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 the photo, we were blessed with that incredible sky,” he shared on his website.

Florence and Fred's wedding came complete with guests, drone shots of their big day and an after-party during which guests observed the regulations of the lockdown by allowing “4-5 guests on the dance floor”.

Here's a look at some of the pictures.

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#Legowedding with sparklers and BTS

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Behind the scenes #legowedding #lego #legophotography

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