Tori Spelling’s Tasty Tips for Halloween Entertaining (Slideshow)
October 11, 2013
Fashionista and celebrity mom Tori Spelling offers Starburst-inspired entertaining tips
You can never go wrong with a little bling! Make that bling a tasty, festive piece of candy and you couldn’t look any sweeter, er, "scarier" for Halloween.
I loved making these. Moms are always looking for a way to dress up and be part of the fun while staying functional.
Creative Candy Corn Cobweb
You will totally void being cliché this holiday with this festive, inventive decoration for your holiday.
The most successful Halloween party I ever hosted was a few years ago. Of course, it featured lots of Halloween-themed festive touches to make the event memorable, but what made it so incredibly successful and special was seeing all of our friends and family together — and in costume, I might add — enjoying each other's company.
Easy to make and fun to pull together, these tiny jarred favors are great for the parents and for the kids!
One of my favorite costumes I ever wore was a Marie Antoinette costume and it was gorgeous. But as you may or may not know, a Marie Antoinette wig is really heavy. As beautiful as it was, I had to take it off after about a half-hour. In true Tori fashion though, I turned the wig into a candy bowl. You've got to be resourceful, right?
Picture-Perfect Place Cards
These adorable place cards are perfect for any Halloween party and make an extra thoughtful presence at your Halloween Dinner table.
"The basics are simple when it comes to planning a party. Get your essentials down, your color palette and of course the food, fun, and entertainment!"
Because parties really are all about the sweets, Spelling shared with us some great tips for glamming up our average cupcakes.
My ultimate Halloween dessert table is filled with treats that look as sweet as they taste — and lots of them! Everyone knows that dessert is the pinnacle of every party. The dessert table is really your chance to go all-out.