Paris Hilton and Carter Reum are officially man and wife!
The Cooking With Paris star and venture capitalist decided to exchange their vows at the $60 million-plus property last-minute, Page Six reported. “It’s changed several times. Originally, they were going to get married in the church," the source revealed earlier this month, "but they switched it about a week or so ago."
Despite the change of plans, it seems the couple's special day went off without a hitch.
Apart from what appeared to be a grandiose dance floor taking up the entire backyard, per photos obtained by the outlet, there were two jaw-dropping floral arrangements with the bride and groom's initials “P” and “C” presented in white and hot pink.
Ahead of their nuptials, Hilton shared her excitement over walking down the aisle with her 16.6 million Instagram followers. Taking to her Instagram Story, Hilton appeared to be heading over to the venue, as she exclaimed: "It's wedding day. Time to go. So excited!"
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Earlier this week, the blonde babe — who has been engaged four times — gushed over getting her happily ever after with her handsome hunk by dropping a love song and music video.
“Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve been singing and listening to love songs and now I can say, I finally understand the unconditional love spoken of in some of the greatest love ballads," she reportedly captioned a clip of her "Heartbeat" video.
“A love that isn’t just for a show, but a love that is enduring, consistent, devoted and kind," she continued, per the outlet, before directly addressing her new hubby. "You are all of these things. I’m so grateful to be writing our love story together." The 40-year-old lovingly replied to her post with three red heart emojis.
The loved-up couple — who reconnected in November 2019 after knowing each other for 15 years — got engaged in February.
And while fans may not have made it on Hilton's guest list, she assured the public that her trip down to the alter will be filmed for her Peacock docuseries Paris in Love.
"I wanted fans to see that I found my Prince Charming and my happy fairytale ending," she previously told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show of why she filmed their special day, before revealing her wedding was going to "be like a three-day affair."