Paris Hilton and Carter Reum's post-wedding neon carnival is everything11/13/2021
Paris Hilton’s wedding to Carter Reum might have been a fairytale affair but the party that followed was the perfect chance for the couple to let their hair down in style.
The heiress, 40, had married Carter, also 40, in a stunning white gown fit for royalty on her grandfather’s estate in Bel Air.
The star-studded ceremony included performances from Demi Lovato and Kim Petras, who sang Paris’s own song Stars Are Blind, before the bride walked down the aisle.
As epic as the daytime do sounds, the real party was yet to begin as the DJ had shut down Santa Monica Pier to create her own ‘Paris World’ carnival for her guests.
Paris changed into a neon pink gown with a veil for the afterparty, instructing her guests to also wear neon colours for the occasion.
The beachfront amusement park was hired out solely for Paris’s wedding party, with the socialite even bringing her own prizes – cushions with her face emblazoned on them – for them to win while taking part in games like the ring toss.
Paris was seen riding the ferris wheel on her Instagram story, telling her followers she was ‘sliving’ – which fans of The Simple Life will know very well.
She has been known for travelling the world as a DJ and the carnival – which is part of her three-day wedding extravaganza – gave serious Ibiza vibes.
Paris was seen rocking heart-shaped pink sunglasses with her outfit as she posed with dancers with giant light-up panda heads on while stilt walkers could be seen in the background.
The couple had a table reserved for them for when they needed a break from dancing, with the words ‘Forever Hilton Reum’ printed on it in a Barbie font, which was surrounded by flashing plastic rings in the shape of a heart.
With all this going on, we’re pretty sure Paris has nailed the wedding of the century.
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