Lego cake toppers

Cake topper

I should start a whole category of posts for awesome cake toppers. First were the Han & Leia toppers, then I spotted these adorable fimo folks, and now this lego bride & groom! What's next?

  1. Lego!
    We wanted to have the Bride from Kill Bill and Master Chief from Halo – but we could only find figures where MC was twice the size of the bride :-(

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  2. I was trying to find Firefly/Serenity action figures of Zoe and Wash for our cake, but no luck. :(

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  3. Oh, Wash.

    We had dinosaurs, but we got too lazy/busy to make them little speech bubbles saying "Curse your sudden yet inevitable betrothal!" and "OH GOD!"

    I love Wash.

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  4. please let me know where I can find a lego bride and groom cake topper
    thanks

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  5. I think they're just made from lego people, Cheryl. There's no official cake topper … it's just sticking legos on your cake!

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  6. FYI, there is an official LEGO cake topper. If you e-mail their customer service saying you're getting married and would like one, they will send one to you free of charge.

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  7. You can email LEGO's customer support – and they'll send you this cake topper for free. I'm getting married and using this as my cake topper, it was so exciting when it came in the mail!

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  8. Thanks for the tip Katie! I was looking for someway to purchase it online (I'd seen the picture somewhere in my travels…) and happened to get this page on my Google search! I just sent them an e-mail, here's hoping they haven't changed that policy :)

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  9. I inquired about this recently and just got an email from the folks at LEGO saying they no longer send out these little freebies.

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  10. Hi there. I recently got married and created my own. Email me if you'd some ideas or I can make one for you.

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  11. We had a lego cake topper too! They shipped them to us, all the way to New Zealand, for FREE! I thought that was awesome :) That was November 2008 so they haven't changed this policy.

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  12. Can anyone give me the address to get a lego cake topper??

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  13. UPDATE: I called LEGO this July, 2009, and they no longer offer the wedding cake topper set. They suggested amazon.com (nothing there) or ebay. I found a cute and customizable set on ebay that looks like it will work perfectly for us! Good luck in your search.

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  14. jaggy, can you send me the link to make te customisable one??

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  15. I just typed "Lego Cake Topper" into Ebay. Easy as that!

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  16. Hey just an FYI: when/if you call Lego's make sure you ask for the bride and groom mini-figures. I had said "cake topper" and the lady said they don't give out the cake toppers any more. In response I gave her this link and she said oh yea, mini-figures, we do give those. Just a wording mix-up :O)

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  17. Just sent my email asking how to go about getting bride and groom figures – no mention of toppers or getting them free – let's see what happens!

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  18. Hey Kitty,

    Any luck getting a response from Lego about bride and groom figures?

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  19. I emailed Lego through their website asking if they could direct me to any bride & groom lego pieces. I didn't hear anything back but today received a little bride & groom in the mail (to Australia mind you!). They are similar to the one in the photo in the post but slightly different.
    VERY good service from Lego!

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    • Cassandra… just wondering if you put any other information in your email like your postal address or did they reply back to you asking for this information? i have send lego and email asking where to get wedding pieces also but have had no reply :(

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      • Hi Amber, I contacted Lego through this website http://service.lego.com/en-US/Contactus/Email.aspx
        which includes your address. I didn't have any contact with them apart from when they sent the actual figurines!
        I've also since found out that you can buy/make your own as they are just Lego Minifigs (check ebay!).

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  20. That is great Cassandra! They told me they no longer offer those. Very weird. Seems like it really depends on who gets the requests at their customer service centre.

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  21. Just got off the phone with Lego (5 May 2010). They've shipped bride and groom (including top hat and flowers) £ 5.38 including VAT and postage. They are apparently spare parts from the Lego Town Plan set. They say about a week for shipping.

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  22. may 10th 2010
    i just got off the phone with lego support in USA, and they dont offer the figurines, but they would direct me to a certified builder that can build a topper for the cake, and you can see pictures and purchase the creations, hope they arent a fortune!!!

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  23. May 27th, 2010

    Just called Lego USA as well, and they told me the same thing as Thomas. So now it is a toss up: used minifigs or new, custom topper from the link they gave me.
    Or a couple calls to some international friends, which might end up being just as expensive with shipping!

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  24. Update for anyone keeping track (I read this thread many times trying to figure out what to do).

    Oct. 23rd, 2010
    I'm American, but lucky for me my fi is Australian. Lego Australia is still sending them out. No response from the email to customer service, the package just arrived in the mail. (We sent it to his parent's house so we had an Australian address)

    Yay!

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