Lego sell at a discount wedding cake For our 2009 wedding, my husband and i built a lego wedding cake.We both have strong ties to lego and legoland(Because that is where we met)So we knew is some way, shape or form, lego was going to have to be a part of our wedding. Not only are my husband and i former lego model builders, but we are artists in our own right who love a good challenge.We built this 30"Tall fully decorated lego cake in about 6 hours!It was so much fun that we just jammed it out, together. The best part about a lego cake is that it is not too difficult to build.It is a basic shape built with basic brick that can be transformed into a cake for any occasion, depending on how you choose to decorate it. The cake made the most beautiful display.Our wedding was in my parents parklike backyard.There is a little playhouse right next to the pool and patio.We placed the http://www.stwd.co.uk/evening-dresses.html cake on the front porch of the little house and everyone marveled over it the entire night.We love it so much, none of us has the heart to take it apart! Now, for the serving and cutting of cake, we used tiramisu sheet cake and did a dessert table for our guests to choose from a variety of nonlego desserts. Next layer, you will be mimicking the layer before, but sending your brick in the opposite direction in order to interlock your bricks, establishing a pattern. Meanwhile, inside your cake will be scaffolding.This can be multicolored brick, because it won't be seen.It provides stability and a way to put the"Roof"On each cake layer.Start a grid on the interior of your first layer of cake.You will build 3 layers of this grid, one on top of the other and well interlocked.For uprights, you will use 2x2 bricks, stacked on top of each other.Make 10 of these and stack them about 8 bricks high and spaced them evenly apart.Ideally these will be spaced 4, 6, or 8 knobs apart and will easily lock together at the top with x6, x8 or x10 brick. Once you get to 1 level below the top of the cake, you will repeat the grid pattern with plate on top of your 2x2 towers, so the Roof of the first layer of cake can lock on to the grid and the top layer is very sturdy.There will be 2 layers of grid and 1 layer of"Roof".Do not worry about covering the center.That will not be seen as you add the next layer. You will see why choosing your grid pattern and pieces wisely is very important when you try to construct your roof.The best grid will lay the perfect foundation to place your roof pieces on.