Invitations to the wedding of Paris Hilton and Carter Reum went out this week without the location — but Page Six can exclusively reveal that Hilton will say “I do” at a church on Nov. 11, followed by a reception at her late grandfather Barron Hilton’s Bel-Air, Calif., estate.
“They sent out the save-the-date. They didn’t include the location, but [the reception] is going to be at Barron’s house,” a source who knows the family told us.
Another source, who received an invitation, told us they weren’t sure of the location, but “it will be at a church and then [Barron’s estate is] the buzz for the reception. It’s highly likely it will be there. The invite says November 11. It’s a beautiful invitation. It came in a blue box. It sort of looked like a Tiffany’s box,” the source said.
The home was a part of the Hilton family for 60 years until it sold to former Google CEO Eric Schmidt for $61.5 million in May. A 19-year-old Hilton famously posed at the estate for the NSFW “Paris Hilton: Grandma Hilton’s House” Vanity Fair photo shoot in 2000 by photographer David LaChapelle.
Details on Hilton’s big day are still being held close to the vest, but there will be three parties — including a carnival-themed bash at Santa Monica Pier, we’re told. The second source added that there will also be an “out-of-towners dinner.”
Hilton and her venture capitalist fiancé, Reum, hosted joint bachelor and bachelorette parties in Las Vegas last weekend. They hit Sin City with a small group of family and friends, and documented the soiree on social media, of course.
The weekend-long celebration included stops at hot spots including AREA15, Zouk Nightclub (where DJ Tiësto spun), and a candlelit dinner at Resorts World Las Vegas.
Hilton and Reum got engaged in February after dating for a year. This will be the first marriage for the “Cooking With Paris” star.
Reports have said she’ll tie the knot at Good Shepherd Church in Beverly Hills, where the Hilton family has marked various occasions.
A rep for Hilton did not get back to us.