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Tori Spelling’s Do’s and Don’ts of Party Planning

1 Comment 18 April 2012

Tori Spelling's Do's and Don'ts of Party PlanningLimit the cheesiness factor and have a great theme party: Keep it classy with these guidelines from Tori Spelling’s CelebraTORI: Unleashing Your Inner Party Planner to Entertain Friends and Family.

I like a party with a concept. Okay, I’m absolutely mad for concept-driven parties. But even I know that there’s such a thing as going overboard. I want you to go over-the-top, but I still want you to keep it classy. Here are some guidelines:

DO: Maximize your color scheme.
DON’T: Buy out the Internet with any and everything related to your concept. Get the lay of the land before you make any purchases.

DO: Dress according to your concept.
DON’T: Take on some concept-related personality, like speaking with a Spanish accent at a fiesta party.

DO: Applaud guests for participating in the concept.
DON’T: Require guests to participate in the concept, or express disappointment if they choose not to do so.

DO: Go all out with concept-related desserts.
DON’T: Spend so much time on your concept that you forget the basics.

DO: Aim for total immersion, driven by your color scheme.
DON’T: Lose track of elegance and style. Don’t buy the St. Paddy’s candles if they have a hideous plastic leprechaun. Plain candles are fine . . . unless you track down elegant shamrock votives.

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  1. Jess says:

    OooOOoo, I love the all-green plates with the pink flowers! Really pretty!


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