1. Firstly, it rains all the time in Scotland, as you know. Couple: Mary and Rob. Photographer: Lindsay Mackenzie Parker / Via mackphotography.co.uk Which means you certainly can't plan an outdoor wedding. 2. Yes, the skies in Scotland are never, ever blue. Couple: Hilary and Mads / Photographer: Brian O'Neill / crieffphotography.co.uk This is clearly photoshopped. 3. So this lochside ceremony is definitely imaginary. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @jordanaevents If it looks like a fairytale, that's because it is. 4. And if rain did appear, it would ruin your photos. Neil Douglas Photography / Via neilthomasdouglas.com See? There's definitely nothing incredible, moody, or romantic about this coastal wedding on the Isle of Skye. 5. The indoor venues aren't worth considering. Dylan and Joanna Kitchener/ Kitchener Photography / Via thekitcheners.co.uk Like The Byre At Inchyra, which definitely isn't adorable or quaint. 6. Castles are a big no-no, too. Couple: Helen and Doug. Photographer: Jen Owens Images / Via jenowensimages.com Sure they might look majestic, but what about all the ghosts? Not worth the risk. 7. The countryside is dull and driech. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @davefallonphotography The mirror-still waters of Loch Long in Arrochar are a case in point. 8. And cities don't offer a pretty backdrop either. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @francisfilmic Can you imagine getting married in Glasgow? Haha! Oh wait, hang on... 9. OK, maybe getting married in Glasgow is alright. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @rahimsproductions But only when the light is like this, and at no other times. 10. You won't find any quirky venues dotted around. Couple: Clare and Lawrence. Photographer: Caro Weiss Photography / Via caroweiss.com Well, apart from Roulotte Retreat in the Borders. And some others. But that's it. 11. Plus even if you found somewhere you liked, it's not like you can just get married anywhere. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @pjphillipsphoto Oh, actually you can. Scottish law allows couples to marry anywhere as long as the ceremony is conducted by a religious official, registrar, or a non-religious Humanist Society Scotland celebrant. 12. If you got married in Scotland, your guests might want to wear kilts. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @tsedaniel And we all know how unappealing they are. 13. Or play bagpipes. Can you imagine? Couple: Sophie and Martin. Photographer: Brian O’Neill / Via crieffphotography.co.uk You don't want to feel stirred or patriotic on your big day, surely. 14. And what would the bride even wear? Flickr: lukasz-dunikowski / Creative Commons Not this tartan wedding dress, with a silk underskirt, ruffles, and laces. No siree. 15. There certainly aren't any deeply romantic ancient traditions in Scotland. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @karenjphoto Like handfasting, performed by a Seanachaidh. 16. Cutting your cake with a Scottish sword? Nah. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @clairepilpel Sure, it'll make you feel like you're a member of some kind of ancient royal family, but why would you want to look like a king or queen on your wedding day? 17. Remote bothies aren't really that romantic. Couple: Christian and Juliane. Photographer: Eilidh Robertson Photography / Via eilidhrobertson.co.uk Hmm. OK maybe this one is, but it's probably the exception to the rule. 18. And Scottish flowers make terrible decorations.. Facebook: CrieffPhotography Bleurgh. 19. Who would want to get married on a boat in the middle of Loch Lomond? No one, that's who. Couple: Julie and John. Photographer: Caro Weiss Photography / Via caroweiss.com Well, this extremely happy couple, I suppose. But just them. 20. Admit it: you want to spend your big day in a huge country mansion in the Cotswolds, surely? Couple: Rosie and Colin. Photographer: Mirrorbox Photography / Via mirrorboxphotography.com And definitely not at Lunga House in Craobh Haven, Argyll. 21. In short, you don't want to get married in Scotland. Couple: Phil & Annalie / Photographer: Brian O’Neill / Via crieffphotography.co.uk Please ignore this radiant photo. Move along. Nothing to see here. 💕 22. Nope, it's just not a deeply romantic place at all. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com *CRIES* Thanks to Lindsay Mackenzie, The Kitcheners, Neil Douglas, Caroline Weiss, Eilidh Robertson, Brian O’Neill, Jen Owens, and Mirrorbox Photography.