Mrs Leaning said the picture had gone viral since being posted which had been "brilliant". My brother and dad suggested it, and my brother and his friend built it.
The private group had grown to more than 8, members in two weeks. Newlyweds Mr and Mrs Leaning are currently on honeymoon in Majorca.
She said she had been "quite tearful and feeling rubbish", but receiving toys for her two-year-old son Harry made her day. She was due to marry Daniel Borrett in Corby on Saturday.
She said: "I didn't really know anything about it. I would rather see other people smile," she said. The bride's brother Chris and a friend created the models using plastic wrapping, with a tyre and bucket for the top hat and curtains for the veil.
Coronavirus pandemic image copyrightLily Honan image captionBeautician Lily Honan pictured said she could not run the without the help of Kate Honan, Alicia Jones, Millie Francis and Steph Honan A bride-to-be whose wedding has been postponed due to coronavirus lockdown has created a Facebook kindnessinstead of "moping" around at home. It took Mr and friend John Hutchinson about three hours to construct and decorate the straw ryssian.
Coronavirus: Live updates from across the East of England The group was created on 5 May after a suggestion from her sister-in-law Kate Honan, and has now become northammpton "rewarding, intense, full-time job" with three other friends. She was due to tie the knot this weekend, and has yet to rearrange it.
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Lily Honan, 24, from Corby, started Random Act of Kindness - Northamptonshire as a "distraction" when "the worst thing that could have happened to me happened". James Leaning and Francesca posed by the bales at the bride's family farm in Elkington, Northamptonshire, where their reception was held.
Wedding photographer Steve Brill told the BBC: "You see all sorts of things at young farmers' weddings, but this was very novel. Its aim is for strangers to buy someone else a gift to give them a "smile". Being part of the group had "brought some form of happiness", she said.