Zara Phillips's Royal Wedding
CHAPEL OF LOVE
Moments earlier, Phillips, 30, and Tindall, 32, exchange vows at Edinburgh's charming 17th-century Canongate Kirk, where the bride's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, attends service when she's in town. Though an estimated 6,000 well-wishers turned out for the second royal wedding of the year, the intimate affair is limited to just 300 attendees.
He sure cleans up nice! Tindall, decked out in a morning suit by bespoke tailors Cad amp the Dandy, is flanked by his teammate and best man Iain Balshaw (left), while arriving on foot to Canongate Kirk.
Phillips's cousins, Princess Eugenie and her sister Princess Beatrice, both don circular fascinators while heading into the wedding, with the latter opting for a less controversial cerulean-blue number this time.
What's the state of the union? Thrilled! The bride's parents, Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips, join the groom's mother and father, Linda (left) and Phil (right) Tindall, as they celebrate the marriage of their children.
Olympic gold medalist skeleton skater Amy Williams, a friend of the bride, makes a provocative entry sporting a head-to-toe flesh-colored outfit boasting many textures topped off with a matching fascinator.
Prince Charles and wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, make a dapper arrival in a gray morning suit for him and a floral hat and matching mint-green coat for her.
Phillips's famous friend, singer-actress Una Healy of the U.K. pop group The Saturdays, makes a bold statement in a richly colored floral frock topped off with a white hat.
The party's just started! After the ceremony, best man Balshaw is joined by a host of bridesmaids and flower girls as they prepare to depart Canongate Kirk for the reception at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen's nearby Scottish residence.
Phillips's stately grandparents, Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, make their way into the church to fete another happy occasion for the Windsor royal family.
Phillips, a vision of elegance in a silk and satin gown by Stewart Parvin and a jewel-encrusted tiara on loan from mom Princess Anne, makes her grand entrance at Canongate Kirk accompanied by her father. Before her big day, the bride told Hello magazine, "My wedding will be nothing like Kate and William's.…It will be a lot smaller, just close family and friends."