It’s official, Robert Pattinson and Suki Waterhouse’s wedding was one for the books. After seven years of dating, the couple finally tied the knot this past Sunday at a lavish wedding celebration in Scotland. Guests were treated to a touching ceremony followed by a dinner that was served by none other than Diana, Princess of Wales.
Pattinson, 27, and Waterhouse, 31, chose Scotland as the site for their wedding venue because it is where their love story began. The actor proposed to the model while they were on holiday in Spain in 2009 and since then the couple has been slowly and methodically planning their big day. Scotland is home to some of the most stunning venues in the world and it was the perfect location for such a special day. Guests from all over the world booked tickets to attend the incredible event.
The Wedding Process
It’s been a long and winding road for the couple to reach this point. After dating for several years, Pattinson popped the question in 2007 and Waterhouse said yes. The couple began planning their wedding a few months later.
Their engagement and marriage were covered by many major news publications around the world, including the US. The romance even made it to the cover of Vogue and Elle. It was an incredibly public engagement and even more exciting that it was supported by such a prestigious publication.
They had a lavish wedding ceremony in 2014 which was followed by an intimate reception. The couple has always prioritised privacy and had their wedding ceremony and reception inside a private church.
Ticket To The Wedding
The church wedding had a limited number of tickets available and they were all rapidly snapped up. People who managed to secure a ticket were treated to an incredible day that was shrouded in secrecy and magic. The guest list for the wedding was kept under wraps but included A-list celebs and royalty.
The ceremony was performed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and was followed by a lavish reception that featured canapés, live music and dancing. Some of the wedding’s attendees tweeted pictures of the magnificent food and exciting musical performances.
The wedding breakfast was served by none other than Diana, Princess of Wales, who officiated the ceremony. The meal was an eclectic mix of Scottish and English cuisine and featured the traditional Haggis and Neeps (turnip and potato) alongside salmon and whitefish. Other dishes included Chicken Tikka and Bombay Beans. It was an incredible exhibition of food diversity.
There were also a range of vegetarian and vegan options available and the wedding cake was a four-tiered marvel featuring a ring motif.
After the wedding, guests were treated to a magical lantern parade followed by an incredible fireworks display. The wedding cake was cut and the first dance began. It was a beautiful way to end the day and a fitting farewell to such an incredible day. We wish the couple all the happiness in the world together.