A Perthshire cinema rolled out the red carpet for a pair of VIP guests.
For self-confessed “film freak” Scott Rix and his Art Deco-loving fiance Katherine Dodds the Birks Cinema in Aberfeldy proved the ideal wedding venue for the couple from Perth.
With the help of cinema general manager Simon Lewis and his staff, the venue rose to the occasion to host the “premiere”.
“It is such an unusual thing,” said Mr Lewis.
“I have worked in cinema for 20 years but I have never heard of anyone getting married in a cinema though I did help with a proposal once.”
Katherine, 30, who works at SSE, and Scott, 42, who is employed by Arnold Clark, were married in the cinema auditorium and as guests gathered old advertising reels and a film charting the lives of the couple played.
Scott had no doubts that they had made the right decision.
“As soon as we walked in the door it ticked all the boxes,” he said.
“We wanted to get married somewhere a bit different.”
From the cinema the couple and their guests headed for the Huntingtower Hotel in Perth.
Last month the cinema celebrated the second anniversary of its £1.3 million regeneration with a screening of the Mel Brooks comedy Blazing Saddles.
The Birks closed in the early 1980s and stood empty for several years before being taken over by the Friends of Birks group.