Paris Hilton recounted endearing memories from her recent wedding to Carter Reum for the Peacock series, "Paris in Love" saying:

"It was the best day and night of my life. If I could do it all again I would in a heartbeat."

And you best believe that the exquisite wedding menu had a significant role in the success of the ceremony. Thankfully, Hilton's choice to allow extensive public coverage of the ceremony has given us the opportunity to appraise the elite menu list.

At the top end of the menu is a five-tier cake by Joanie & Leigh's Cakes, a Los-Angeles based bakery known for crafting elegant wedding cakes with spectacular floral details in cascades of white frosted tiers.

The cake featured delicate detail work including golden palm trees and a fairy tale carriage surrounded by pink and white rose bouquets. The gorgeous creation was topped with a shiny gold and it almost appeared lit from within.

The major menu was culled by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, and it included a variety of dishes that were perfectly befitting of the star-studded event.

The highlight of the appetizer was seafood with dishes like spicy tuna tartare, smoked salmon pizza, tempura shrimp, and even a caviar station paired with Moët and 2012 Chandon Grand Vintage Champagne. Also on the lineup of amuse-bouches were duck potstickers, deviled quail eggs, chicken and leek pot pies, pot roast croquettes, and Puck's signature Chinois chicken salad.

The main meal began with yet more seafood, like oysters Rockefeller and crab Louie, followed by a salad and tortellini course. The entree was guests' selection of surf, turf, or veg: "potato encrusted sea bass, grilled New York steak or vegetarian grilled eggplant ‘steak frites.'"

Finally, guests were treated to a desserts including flourless chocolate cake, ice cream, fruit cobbler, as well as small finger foods like grilled cheese, duck fat fries, cheeseburgers, pigs in a blanket, peanut butter and jelly macarons.

It was indeed the classy way to bring the event to an end alongside the joyous dancing.