22 Reasons You Definitely Shouldn't Get Married In Scotland
It's the worst decision you'll ever make. Honest. H/t Crieff Photography.
Firstly, it rains all the time in Scotland, as you know.
Yes, the skies in Scotland are never, ever blue.
So this lochside ceremony is definitely imaginary.
And if rain did appear, it would ruin your photos.
The indoor venues aren't worth considering.
Castles are a big no-no, too.
The countryside is dull and driech.
And cities don't offer a pretty backdrop either.
OK, maybe getting married in Glasgow is alright.
You won't find any quirky venues dotted around.
Plus even if you found somewhere you liked, it's not like you can just get married anywhere.
If you got married in Scotland, your guests might want to wear kilts.
Or play bagpipes. Can you imagine?
And what would the bride even wear?
There certainly aren't any deeply romantic ancient traditions in Scotland.
Cutting your cake with a Scottish sword? Nah.
Remote bothies aren't really that romantic.
And Scottish flowers make terrible decorations..
Who would want to get married on a boat in the middle of Loch Lomond? No one, that's who.
Admit it: you want to spend your big day in a huge country mansion in the Cotswolds, surely?
In short, you don't want to get married in Scotland.
Nope, it's just not a deeply romantic place at all.
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