Paris Hilton: She had 45 dresses for her wedding

Paris Hilton: She had 45 dresses for her wedding

Paris Hilton and Carter Reum’s wedding was also a fashion highlight in 2021 – she could have worn 45 dresses.

When an It girl like Paris Hilton (42) ties the knot, guests can expect more than just an extravagant bridal look. Now the hotel heiress has revealed in an interview with about her big day with Carter Reum (42), which took place on November 11, 2021 in Los Angeles: “I actually wore six dresses at my wedding. That was because I was 45 had.”

Designers wanted to be part of Paris Hilton’s wedding

Accordingly, her stylist received calls from designers all over the world. They were all excited and hoped to be part of Hilton’s luxurious dream wedding. They all “made these incredible custom-made dresses,” Hilton continues. She then simply tried to “carry as many as possible”.

From the beginning, however, the hotel heiress only considered one designer for the big ceremony: “I knew immediately that I wanted to walk down the aisle in Oscar de la Renta.” And that’s how it happened: Paris Hilton said “yes” to her great love, Carter Reum, in coarse lace and romantic flower appliqués by Oscar de la Renta. She wanted “something really princess-like,” “with three-dimensional flowers.” For her dream dress, she was inspired by actress Grace Kelly’s (1929-1982) wedding gown.

Dream wedding and family happiness with Carter Reum

Numerous stars and celebrities also attended Hilton and Reum’s three-day wedding celebration in Bel Air and Los Angeles in 2021. Among those present were sister Nicky Hilton (40), Emma Roberts (32), Bebe Rexha (34), Grammy and Emmy award winner Paula Abdul (61) and Hilton’s on-off girlfriend of many years, Kim Kardashian (43).

Hilton and Reum are now parents to a boy. Little Phoenix Barron was born via surrogate mother in January 2023.

Source: Stern

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