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For the bride-to-be who wants to keep it real.
Wedding planning's tough when you never planned on getting married. Part-memoir, part-guide, Tying The Knot Without Doing Your Block documents the experiences of comedian Terri Psiakis during the planning of her wedding.
After The Bloke's surprise proposal, Terri went from a lifetime of being anti-bride to suddenly becoming bride-curious (kind of like bi-curious but with slightly less nudity.) Organising a wedding sounds straightforward but in Terri's case it was more "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" meets "Talking Boonie".=
Terri covers everything from The Bloke's proposal (nearly thwarted due to dirty pants) to choosing a wedding venue (one that didn't involve her dad having to dig a latrine) right through to booking a celebrant with a great back-catalogue of dick jokes and the planning of a honeymoon (anywhere as long as The Bloke could watch sport on a flat-screen with cable.)
Most wedding guides are formal and stuffy - not Terri's. She's not a girly-girl and her chronic aversion to frou-frou means this entertaining reference gives anything pink and fluffy the big finger in favour of straightforward, practical advice with cocktail recipes for when it all gets a bit tired and emotional. There's even a Bloke's World section especially for soon-to-be-married people with testicles. What more could a bride-to-be who keeps it real possibly want?
Tying The Knot Without Doing Your Block is every man, woman, and child's must-have wedding-planning resource. (Ok, maybe not every child's.)