Tori Spelling's 4-Year-Old Gave 'Strict Orders' for an Extravagant Princess Party [PHOTOS] [POLL]
Yeah, This Kiddie Party Probably Cost More Than Most of Us Make in a Couple of Months
Despite having three kids and another one on the way -- and claiming she has to hustle to earn money without being able to rely on mama Candy to share her gazillions -- Tori Spelling doesn't seem to be doing too badly, at least judging from the lavish birthday party she just threw … for her four-year-old.
At her official website, Spelling shares details and photos from daughter Stella's fourth birthday soiree, a princess and tea party-themed bash that was planned under Stella's "strict orders," Spelling says.
The details: Everything was pink, purple and yellow, with a huge balloon arch welcoming guests to the Spelling hacienda, where guests could sit in chairs surrounded by pink chandeliers, vintage furniture (which Spelling is selling at her online store), a giant tea cup birthday cake from Beverly Hills baker Hansen's Cakes (where Spelling says her birthday cakes have been baked since she was a year old) and a fancy antique dinner table Spelling flew to Texas to buy.
The party food: cute edible glitter cake pops, pink lemonade in fancy china tea pots, fresh fruit skewers made to look like princess wands (again, cute, and affordable even for real people parties) and raspberry glazed orange zest scones (just what every four-year-old demands at her birthday bash).
Spelling goes on to detail that party activities included crafts (another demand from Stella) and, of course, there was a toy-packed gift bag that, no doubt, came from sponsors, many of whom are name-checked (and photo-checked) on her site.
So, see, don't feel bad if you can't afford to give your kid a similar blowout … most moms don't have access to sponsors for kiddie birthday parties, after all. Nor are they lucky enough to be able to make a living starring in a reality TV series where they spend a big chunk of their time throwing such parties.
Check out our slideshow of Tori Spelling's daughter's birthday party below, and then tell us:
Is it a good idea to throw such an over-the-top party for a four-year-old?
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