Finding a unique and meaningful way to propose can be tough for some people, but Ben Anderson decided to go with LEGOs.
Anderson and his girlfriend, Kirsten Dally, from the United Kingdom were at the movies on a date when a short film made with LEGOs began to play prior to the feature presentation, ABC News reported. In the video, Anderson is portrayed in LEGO form going through his relationship with Dally and ending with a marriage proposal.
To aid with creating the moment, Anderson employed filmmaker Morgan Spence, a 17-year-old who has been featured on television for his LEGO filmmaking skills.
"He had a big plan to propose to his girlfriend in the Electric Cinema in Birmingham," Spence told ABC News. "He wanted me to produce a LEGO animation describing how they met in a film style almost like Forrest Gump sitting on a park bench. It's a bit cheesy, but that just made me like it more."
During the film, Anderson said Dally elbowed him in the ribs and asked me what he had done.
"She was quite overwhelmed," he said.
Dally said, "Yes," and the two are considering placing LEGO figures on the top of their wedding cake, ABC News reported.
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