The countdown is on for the wedding of the year.
Organizers have started planning the nuptials for Paris Hilton and her fiancé Carter Reum at her late grandfather Barron Hilton’s multi-million dollar estate in Bel Air, California.
The ceremony is due to take place on Thursday, but organizers have decided to take three days ahead of the decoration on Monday, according to aerial images obtained by Page Six.
In the center of the extravagant backyard of the more than $ 60 million property, a team of people have laid out wooden panels that will presumably serve as a dance floor. It covers almost the entire length of the backyard to the inground pool.
Closer to the back entrance of the house, there are two large flower arrangements in hot pink and white with the initials of the bride and groom, “P” and “C”.
Paris’ choice to exchange her vows with Reum in her late grandfather’s former home was a last-minute decision, we exclusively learned.
“That changed about a week ago,” a guest told Page Six on Nov. 4. “It has changed several times. Originally they were going to get married in church, but they changed it about a week ago.
However, the heiress of the hotel, 40, had already planned to host the reception there.
She and Reum, also 40, were very secretive with their wedding invitations, which we were exclusively told in October did not include an exact location.
“It will be in a church and then [Barron’s estate is] the buzz for the reception, ”said a source at the time. “It is very likely that it will be there. The invitation says November 11. It’s a beautiful invitation. It came in a blue box. It sort of looked like a Tiffany box.
The Bel Air mansion has been owned by the Hilton family for 60 years, but was sold to former Google CEO Eric Schmidt for $ 61.5 million in May. Barron died of natural causes at the age of 91 in September 2019.
While a rep from Paris did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request to comment on how DJ EDM was doing ahead of his big day, she hinted at how excited she was to walk down the aisle. dropping a love song and clip to Instagram on Monday. .
“Since I was a little girl I have been singing and listening to love songs and now I can say, I finally understand the unconditional love that is talked about in some of the greatest love ballads,” she said. captioned a clip for her “Heartbeat” video.
“A love that is not just for a show, but a love that is enduring, consistent, dedicated and kind. You are all of these things. I am so grateful to have written our love story together. .
Reum kindly responded to the song in the comments section with three red heart emojis.
The couple got engaged in February after a one-year relationship. This will be the first marriage of the “Cooking With Paris” star and the venture capitalist.