- Paris Hilton and Carter Reum got married last month.
- Their wedding planner Mindy Weiss told Insider that Hilton was the “star” of the event.
- Weiss also said Reum was happy to let his bride be the focus.
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Carter Reum was happy to let Paris Hilton be the “star” of their wedding day, as their planner Mindy Weiss told Insider.
Hilton, 40, wore four gowns the day she officially married Reum, also 40, though their wedding celebration spanned three days in total.
Weiss said that no one saw Hilton’s dresses before the wedding, so she got to reveal them all to her guests throughout the celebration, starting with a custom Oscar de la Renta gown.
Unsurprisingly, the many wardrobe changes had guests’ eyes glued to Hilton, as Weiss said.
“It was about her, and I don’t even think she realized it was about her,” Weiss said of the couple’s wedding day, adding that she thought it didn’t hit Hilton until the celebration that she was the “star” of the event.
“But she loved every minute,” Weiss added.
Reum had no problem with Hilton being the focus of their wedding day, according to Weiss.
“The thing about Carter, her husband now, he gets it,” Weiss said. “He did not feel slighted at all that this was about Paris. This was her fantasy dream.”
Reum is happy to let Hilton be the focus of things, according to their wedding planner.
Reum made similar comments about marrying Hilton in a preview for the Peacock docuseries “Paris In Love,” which followed their wedding planning process.
“As you can imagine, marrying Paris Hilton is quite different than what I expected,” he said in the clip.
In the same video, he asks her, “I’m the luckiest guy in the world, aren’t I?”
Hilton simply responded “yes,” and Reum then teased her for not returning the compliment.
But according to Weiss, Hilton stayed by Reum’s side throughout their wedding day, bringing him into her spotlight on their day.
As the planner told Insider, the only time the couple was apart on the day of their ceremony was when Hilton changed outfits — and even then, Reum was waiting for his bride.
“He always escorted her back in, which is very cool,” Weiss said. “They really stayed together.”
“It wasn’t like I had to go find the bride and the groom for a speech,” she added. “They were always together.”