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Paris Hilton’s Wedding – All the decor, flowers, design

Paris Hilton, engaged three times but finally chose to tie the knot this 11th November 2021 to her partner Carter Reum.

We take you through the beautiful parts of the wedding. From the flowers, the bouquets, the decor, the cake, the ceremony and reception rooms.

You can view the video to see how the wedding went down!

Paris Hilton's Luxury Wedding

Welcome back to another celebrity wedding video and today we are dissecting the beautiful wedding that just took place! Of Paris Hilton and her new venture capitalist husband Carter Reum.

We delve into the decor, florals, and details that make this wedding so special! To help with your own planning of the day!

So how did it all begin? The engagement happened back in February this year- which was filmed for her new reality tv show. 

She obviously said yes as we fast forward 9 months to the 11th of the 11th 2021 with head wedding planner Mindy Weiss and a team of wonderful suppliers we can now present the wedding.



The wedding took place on Paris’s late grandfathers home in Beverley Hills- The manions had a huge marquee placed out back and the gardens were decorated with huge floral logos of the couple perfect for over head drone shots by the paparazzi.

Paris chose to have a first look meeting the groom and groomsmen prior to the ceremony. Paris instagrammed my forever starts today. She posed for 100s of shots with her bridesmaids and alone.


Paris wore an Oscar de la renta dress – made by head designers Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim. It was a custom piece with a high-neck, long sleeve, fitted top, princess-esque voluminous skirt and floral applique. It’s ethereal and timeless in equal measure.

Paris said on her blog – she loved how it turned it – i wanted something that was timeless elegant, chic and iconic.

Her accessories and hair all matched the theme.

The Groom.

 Carter wore a Zegna made-to-measure navy silk single-breasted shawl lapel tuxedo. Whilst the Groomsmen were in Nigel Curtiss custom tuxedos and cufflinks by Cartier.

The bouquet – Paris wanted that classic look so her bouquet was made of ivory roses- timeless elegance.


The Ceremony 


Like the bouquet the details were kept simple with all ivory features- with pops of drama.

The thick and lush all ivory floral arch was made with giant avalanche roses which made the perfect backdrop for the ido’s and the emotional words that were presented for the ceremony. Mark’s Garden provided the flowers for the wedding.


To add drama Paris walked down the aisle with a custom Mirror walkway which was adorned with roses and stemmed candles either side of the aisle.

It was a beautiful mix of high glam luxury and traditional.

The Reception

I love a empty reception shot and her photographers delivered

White chiavari chairs, white carpet, textured floor length table linen ivory and blush pink low flowers with tall taper candles crystal glassware ceiling led lighting and uplights around the room in amber made this the ultimate warm and inviting wedding reception.

The head table

The head table was a sweetheart table for two a mirrored table alongside gold charger plates and tea lights and we get to see the menu with the food for guests. Little personalised photographs on the table made it special for the couple.

The head table looked out onto the dancefloor and stage


The stage which was also decorated with flowers had Demi Lavato perform 


The first dance took place on a huge white gloss dancefloor featuring the couples logo in gold.

Paris changed her dress 4 times throughout the night so her dresses went with various parts to the wedding.


Photobooth- we get a glimpse into some of the personal photobooth images which were stunning portraits

The cake was a six-tier wedding cake was created by Joan and Leigh Cakes.

White and gold detailed embellishments  on a sequin table cloth and a fresh bed of ivory and blush flowers.

So what did you think of this lavish wedding?

Anything you would change- or love- let us know in the comments below!

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