Six Dresses, One Fairy Tale: Paris Hilton’s Unforgettable Wedding Fashion

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When it comes to wedding dresses, most brides choose one dress or perhaps have a more comfortable gown to slip into in the evening as well. Not Paris Hilton, though! The heiress revealed in a recent interview with British Vogue that she had 45 gowns to pick from for her big day. Multiple bridal designers worldwide eagerly contributed to this elaborate collection, but in the end, she only showed off six of them.

A Night of Fashion Transitions

Her ceremony dress stole the spotlight. It was a long-sleeved Oscar de la Renta ball gown, adorned with floral appliqués and a mock neck. But Hilton impressed everyone when she changed her dress during the event. She slipped into a stunning Galia Lahav dress with an off-the-shoulder tulle design and a corset bodice for her first dance. Another outfit by Oscar de la Renta, featuring a ruched bustier top and an A-line mini skirt, was another example of Hilton’s versatility in bridal styles.

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A Pamella Roland sheath dress, adorned with pearls, sequins, and a sequined-studded cape, closed the show at night. The wedding celebrations continued the following day with Hilton enjoying several costume changes. A sweetheart neckline covered in lace and a sweeping train ball gown Marchesa off-the­-shoulder graced the event. The other masterpiece by Oscar de la Renta that Hilton wore for the weekend was her final dress of that day.

A Fairy Tale Wedding

Recalling the beautiful wedding day, Hilton painted a picture of romance and glamor. The ceremony unfolded in a lavish setting adorned with string lights, gold chandeliers, and rose-colored draping.

Walking down the aisle lined with white roses and gold candelabras, Hilton’s nerves dissipated as she reached the altar, with Kim Petras serenading the moment. The magical day continued with a reception filled with family dances, fine dining, sentimental speeches, a flash mob, and a captivating live performance by Demi Lovato.