Paris Hilton married Carter Reum on November 11, 2021.
Their wedding planner said the couple stayed by each other's sides throughout their reception.
Reum even escorted Hilton back into their reception after her many wardrobe changes.
Paris Hilton and Carter Reum's wedding celebration was a three-day extravaganza, complete with a carnival event and live performances from their famous friends, including Kim Petras and Demi Lovato.
But despite all the fanfare, on November 11 — the day the couple exchanged vows — Hilton and Reum managed to stay by each other's sides, the couple's planner Mindy Weiss told Insider.
"One thing they did, which I do recommend to folks, is they stayed together" throughout the wedding day, Weiss said of the newlyweds.
Some couples part ways during their weddings, greeting friends separately. But Weiss noted that Hilton and Reum made a point to stay together.
In fact, she said that the only time during the celebration she saw them separated was when Hilton changed dresses, but even then, Reum was waiting for her.
"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."
Weiss said that Reum was supportive of Hilton's many dresses and vision for the wedding as well.
"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."
Fans of Hilton can get a glimpse into the couple's wedding and relationship on "Paris in Love," a Peacock docuseries that followed her planning process.
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