The fashion, the celebrity attendees and a Chihuahua, here’s everything you need to know!
Reality TV royalty, Paris Hilton, got married in Beverly Hills on Thursday to American venture capitalist Carter Milliken Reum.
The event will unfold over three days of celebrations with ten outfit changes and multiple themes. The official ceremony took place at her late grandfather Barron Hilton’s $65 million Bel-Air estate. The wedding weekend calls for a carnival at LA’s Santa Monica pier on Friday followed by a black-tie ball on Saturday to close things off.
In attendance were her aunts, Kathy and Kim Richards as well as, Nichole Richie, Emma Roberts, Paula Abdul, Bebe Rexha and Christine Chiu.
Kim Kardashian wore a black Balenciaga gown to the ceremony and even lent a hand, fluffing up long-time friend Hilton’s gown.
Paris wore three custom Oscar De La Renta dresses. For the ceremony, she wore a lace embellished ball gown and later changed into a plunging ball gown and a fun short dress.
“We spent months designing my dress to perfection with the amazing Oscar de la Renta designers, Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim,” Paris tells Vogue. “I love how it turned out. I wanted something that was timeless, elegant, chic, and iconic, and I am so happy. My stylist, Sammy K, helped me choose accessories to go with my look.”
Mother-of-the-bride, Kathy Hilton, stunned in a beautiful dark embellished gown. “I can’t believe it,” Kathy tells ET. “I’m just overwhelmed… She’s my baby. It just really started hitting me yesterday at the rehearsal. I didn’t sleep last night.”
The bridal party, Halle Hammond, Tessa Hilton, Farrah Aldjufrie and Whitney Davis, wore pink custom Alice and Olivia gowns. Paris’ younger sister Nicky was her maid of honour and also wore Alice and Olivia.
And of course, Paris’ dog was in attendance. “You know, I’m not your traditional bride,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “There has to be my little Chihuahua, Diamond Baby.”
Don’t worry about missing out on an invite because Paris has got you covered. The reality star’s latest series, Paris in Love, will cover the three-day event. The series will be streaming exclusively on Peacock on November 11.