The bridesmaids were Stephanie Phillips, Miss Phillips's half-sister, the daughter of Captain Mark Phillips and his second wife Sandy Pflueger, Nell Maude, Jaz Jocelyn and Hope Balshaw.
All wore dresses by Sue Palmer, a local dressmaker.
The guests were piped into the Kirk by Derek Potter, the Queen's pipe major.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh had travelled from Balmoral yesterday morning where they are spending their summer break.
One of the biggest cheers was given for Jackie Stewart, the former racing driver and Miss Phillips' godfather, who wore a bold blue, green and red kilt and blue navy jacket.
The bride and groom were joined by around 400 guests at the Kirk, which was decorated with white stargazer lilies, roses and carnations, and beech and box trees.
As she stepped from the car and waved, smiling, to cheers and warm applause from the crowd of 6,000 who had gathered outside the kirk, the secret of another Royal wedding dress was unveiled.He chewed gum, a possible sign of nerves, as he waited outside the church.Supporting Mr Tindall at the altar were his best man Iain Balshaw, 32, his former Gloucester and England team-mate - sporting a black eye from a moped accident in France earlier this month - and his groomsman, James Simpson-Daniel, 28, an England team-mate.The decision to keep her maiden name was taken because of her success as a world champion equestrian - and was very much in the spirit of the day.Miss Phillips, who is 13th in line to the throne, had spent her final night as a single woman partying on the Royal Yacht Britannia with younger guests and stayed at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen's official Scottish residence.
It was chosen from the White Room boutique in Minchinhampton, Glos, near her mother's Gatcombe estate - a low-key choice in contrast to the Duchess of Cambridge's Alexander Mc Queen design.