Sydney’s Bernard Toutounji records his journey as he prepares to marry Jane on 29 December 2012.
Bernard challenges the commonly held view of sex as something we “do”, and reflects on the sexual union as the ultimate form of marital communication.
Bernard reflects on why, contrary to popular belief, wedding planning is not exclusively the domain of the bride-to-be.
Jane once again makes a guest contribution, reflecting on gender differences, domestic duties and kitchen teas.
Bernard reflects on the custom of exchanging wedding rings as a sign of love and fidelity.
With the wedding now just over two months away, Bernard and Jane discover the joy of making invites.
After attending his first wedding expo, Bernard reflects on the great wedding industry monolith and the culture surrounding it.
You’ve heard of a kitchen-tea, but have your heard of the pre-wedding tool party, complete with work vests and hard-hats?
With just over three months to go, Bernard and Jane lock in some of the details for their big day.