EDINBURGH, Scotland – Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter Zara Phillips married English rugby star Mike Tindall on Saturday — but Britain’s second royal wedding of the year was largely a low-key affair, with only a hint of the glamor and excitement of Prince William’s showstopping nuptials.

Phillips, 30, who is 13th in line to the throne but does not use a royal title, and Tindall, 32, were greeted by hundreds of flag-waving well-wishers and the sound of traditional bagpipes as they arrived for their wedding service at Edinburgh’s Canongate Kirk in a private ceremony.

The often publicity-shy bride wore a traditional ivory silk gown and a full-length flowing veil, but gave only the briefest glimpse to onlookers as she arrived at the central Edinburgh church for a planned 45-minute service.

After a fleeting wave to the crowds, Phillips stepped inside the church as large red doors were firmly closed behind her.

Unlike William and Kate Middleton’s ceremony in April, the wedding service led by the Rev. Neil Gardner was not being broadcast on television, and crowds gathering in the Scottish city were told by police there would be little for them to see.

A huge cheer erupted as William and Middleton, now known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, arrived to join the congregation, traveling in a sleek black saloon car with Prince Harry.

Middleton, wearing a biscuit-colored coat, dress and angled hat won a warm reception as she waved to well-wishers, as did the queen and Duke of Edinburgh who arrived shortly before the bride.

While the details of Middleton’s wedding gown were a closely guarded secret, Phillips — more commonly seen in jeans or sportswear — made an expected choice, picking Stewart Parvin, a British designer favored by the queen. She also wore a Greek Key tiara lent to her by mother Princess Anne, and Jimmy Choo shoes.

Known better for her sporting achievements than royal heritage, Phillips is a world class equestrian who is likely to compete in the 2012 Olympics.

Her longtime partner Tindall — whom Phillips met in 2003 in Australia during England’s triumphant Rugby World Cup campaign — is a leading rugby player who has captained his country.

The couple plan to postpone their honeymoon as both are due to feature in major events next week – the bride in horse trials, and the groom in England’s rugby international against Wales.

Two chains pull the plug on rave movie after violence

LOS ANGELES – Two theater chains have canceled showings of the “Electric Daisy Carnival Experience” documentary after violence erupted outside the premiere of the film in Hollywood last week.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Regal and AMC theaters cited “the incident in Los Angeles” in their decision not to show the film about the Electric Daisy Carnival rave.

Police in riot gear were called in Wednesday night after some fans became unruly, throwing bottles and damaging three police cruisers. Three were arrested and police say more are expected after identifications are made from video.

Insomniac Events, which promotes the Electric Daisy Carnival, said Friday the film will still be shown in hundreds of theaters nationwide and is disappointed that Regal and AMC canceled their showings based on a few troublemakers.