Man’s LEGO Like Legend Video for His Fiancé Is Cutest Wedding Gift Ever

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 0:41 AM

That’s certainly the case with Kevin Ulrich and Celina Frenn, who shared their adorable like legend with the world using LEGOs. It only took Ulrich, a freelance animator, one week to create the touching video using the toys to animate the highlights of their romantic relationship from the moment they met to when he proposed on a gondola ride.

Man’s LEGO Like Legend Video for His Fiancé Is Cutest Wedding Gift Ever

The couple that plays together stays together.

That’s certainly the case with Kevin Ulrich and Celina Frenn, who shared their adorable like legend with the world using LEGOs.

It only took Ulrich, a freelance animator, one week to create the touching video using the toys to animate the highlights of their romantic relationship from the moment they met to when he proposed on a gondola ride.

“I decided I couldn’t do it for the proposal without her finding out,” Ulrich told ABC News of his initial plan. “In the months leading up to the wedding she kept saying, ‘It’d be really chilly if you could do a video for us.’”

The quirky couple is getting married on April seventeen in San Juan Capistrano, California, and the groom-to-be wanted to celebrate the occasion by doing something special for his “fantastic, adorable, and nerdy” fiancé.

“This is our like legend in seventy-third seconds,” he wrote on the description of the video, which presently has more than 90.000 views on YouTube.

Since they both work in the same building, he wasn’t able to hold the video a astonishment from his pretty bride.

“Because we started off our relationship as coworkers, we’re able to turn off that sensitive portion of yourself that says, ‘He’s criticizing my work.’ We’re able to interact on a creative level,” Ulrich explained.

The most challenging portion of the process wasn't the animation itself but rather narrowing down which memories were the most sentimental to comprise in the video.

“The first year of dating in particular, every week we'd a really big, exciting date adventure,” he said. “Originally... I was going to get a bunch of our photos from a lot of dating and recreate the photo and flash between the two. But a lot of the photos were selfies so you couldn’t look the background well sufficient for the set. So I went through and found a bunch of photos I really liked and we looked through all those for the moments that we both really liked.”

Get a see at their creative like legend as told by LEGOs.

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