Paris Hilton Shares the Thing She Was Stressing About While Walking Down the Aisle at Her Wedding

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Paris Hilton managed to keep her cool on her November wedding day to Carter Reum -- but there was one element of the nuptials that made her nervous. During an appearance on Monday night's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Hilton opened up about her day-of jitters. 

"It was magical. It was everything. I think the only thing I was stressing out about was I hadn't written my vows up until I was literally about to walk down the aisle," Hilton shared. "I was rushing. It was very stressful. I just ended up throwing them on the floor during my speech and then just started speaking from the heart."

Paris Hilton and Carter Reum
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As for whether her vows wowed the groom, Hilton quipped, "He was crying the entire time. I was like, 'I am not ruining mascara and glam.' So I held it in."

There was one other element to her big day that left the heiress worried -- her first dance. She and Reum hit the dance floor to Bruno Mars' "Just the Way You Are" for the special moment. 

"That was the one thing I was dreading because I hate ballroom dancing. I'm good at, like, raving and jumping around, but like a fancy dance," she said. "I was like, I can't." 

Despite her fears, Hilton assured Fallon, "But I killed that too."

ET spoke with the mother of the bride, Kathy Hilton, just hours before the ceremony. Watch the clip below for some exclusive details from the big day.

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