Paris Hilton's Oscar de la Renta wedding dress is what dreams are made of

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Photo credit: Kevin Winter - Getty Images
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Congratulations are in order for Paris Hilton for wearing perhaps (read: definitely) the most beautiful bridal gown of 2021 – and, of course, marrying her beau, Carter Reum. Yep, the Y2K icon officially tied the knot on Thursday 11 November, and quickly took to socials to share photos of the v glamorous event.

Although all the details about the 40-year-old's big day are yet to be released, we do know she wore a stunning Oscar de la Renta wedding gown for the ceremony. Every inch of the dress' bodice and sleeves were covered in floral embroidery gradually fading into a tulle ball skirt – which wouldn't look out of place in a Disney princess movie tbh. Her floor-length veil tied in with the design of the dress, featuring similar floral accents around the base.

Speaking about the inspiration for the gown, Paris told Vogue: "We spent months designing my dress to perfection with the amazing Oscar de la Renta designers, Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim."

She continued, "I love how it turned out. I wanted something that was timeless, elegant, chic, and iconic, and I am so happy."

Eduardo Ponce, who styled the reality TV star's hair for the wedding, added: "Our overall inspo was timeless beauty. We wanted Paris to look fresh and chic. The dress is such a masterpiece—we didn’t want to overdo the glam. We kept it clean and simple."

Over on her socials, Paris shared photos (captured by fine art wedding photographer Jose Villa) of the big day with her 16.7 million Instagram followers. "My forever begins today..." she said in one post, and in another wrote "Wifey for lifey #JustMarried #ForeverHiltonReum."

Congrats Paris and Carter!

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