May 17, 2022

Paris Hilton has shown that she can walk down the aisle in almost anything and still be the epitome of bridal perfection. She wore a toilet paper wedding gown to her small bridal breakfast on Saturday in the backyard of her Los Angeles home.

She and her sister-in-law Tessa Hilton acted as models while Paris’ friends divided into two groups and competed to create bridal attire entirely out of toilet paper in five minutes.

“Don’t give me a brutal veil,” Paris instructed her companions before they began the timer.

Paris opted for an ’80s-inspired wedding gown with padded shoulders and a braided headpiece, while Tessa, 27, opted for a floor-length gown complete with fingerless gloves and a veil. Both appearances were shortly ruined by Paris’ dogs, who began chewing and pulling away at their trains.

Under the toilet paper, the star wore a lovely bridal-inspired ensemble that included a mini-dress with long sheer sleeves. White heart-shaped sunglasses and matching shoes finished the outfit, and her hair was fashioned in a high ponytail.

Her backyard was rich with foliage and pink and white floral arrangements, with black teacups suspended from a string above for an Alice In Wonderland theme, which also inspired her recent bridal shower. Paris and her fiancé, Carter Reum’s portraits, were adorning sweets and sparkling water cans. Harvest salad, smoked salmon frittata, and miniature chocolate croissant cinnamon buns were on the brunch menu.

Paris and Reum, both 40, got engaged in February on a private island surrounded by their loved ones. She knew Reum, a close friend of the Hilton family, for 15 years until they became romantically involved in January 2020 during a Golden Globes afterparty.

The wedding will take place at her late grandfather’s Bel-Air house on November 11.

Paris previously told PEOPLE that the COVID-19 outbreak provided them with an opportunity to strengthen their connection since she traveled up to 250 days a year as a DJ and entrepreneur.

“This is the first time I’ve actually been forced not to travel and stay home,” Paris said in September. “The silver lining is that I get to be with my pets and my boyfriend. We have gotten so close. The amount of time we’ve had together is what would normally take five years!”

Although Paris denied pregnancy rumors in July, stating that they are “waiting until after the wedding,” Paris previously disclosed that they have begun the process of in vitro fertilization to conceive “twins that are a boy and a girl.”