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That’s … a lot.
Paris Hilton’s wedding registry with fiancé Carter Reum has over $60,000 worth of merchandise on it.
Among the pricey items on the hotel heiress’ wishlist is a $500 Hermés platter, a $985 Christofle party tray, a $1,000 crystal caviar server with a spoon, and a $4,885 Baccarat vase, according to their Gearys registry.
Also on the registry is a $990 Baccarat lamp, a $1,845 caviar vodka set for 6, and a $355 crystal wine glass.
Still, the duo listed some more affordable options, such as a $140 decanter, a $185 cake dome, and $250 ice tongs.
Hilton and Reum, both 40, got engaged in February. The venture capitalist popped the question on a private island after dating Hilton for a year. He presented her with an emerald-cut diamond ring designed by Jean Dousset.
They confirmed their relationship in April 2020.
The couple celebrated their impending nuptials with a joint bachelor/bachelorette party in Las Vegas in October. Hilton also enjoyed an “Alice In Wonderland”-themed bridal shower with family and friends earlier this week.
Page Six exclusively reported that their wedding reception will take place at the Bel Air, Calif., estate of the bride-to-be’s grandfather on Nov. 11. Hilton will reportedly wear a Valentino dress.
The couple has been open about wanting to start a family together, with Hilton revealing in January that she had been undergoing IVF treatments.
“He’s just my dream guy … [Carter is] 100 percent [the one],” she said on the “Trend Reporter” podcast at the time. “We talk about [planning a wedding] all the time and planning our baby’s names and all of that.”
Hilton was previously engaged to model Jason Shaw, Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis and most recently actor Chris Zylka.
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