More details from Tori Spelling's baby shower

02/22/2007 at 10:00 AM ET

Last week’s issue of Australian OK Magazine has more information regarding Tori Spelling and husband, Dean McDermott’s baby shower. We have already told you many of the details including what she wore, the gift bags and about the nursery. We also told you that Tupperware hosted the shower. Tori and Dean shared more details with OK – here are the highlights.

Also, click ‘Continue Reading’ for Tori’s answers on what she wants her baby to inherit, if she is nervous about the birth and is she ready for the change?

Everything was done to match the theme of the baby boy’s nursery (blue and brown).

Turquoise vases, blue glass lanterns and hundreds of candles.

An edible cake? No!

There was also a non-edible cake made with non-edible Tupperware sipper-cups and diapers.

What did they eat?

Guests snacked on grilled cheese sandwiches and tuna melts and indulged in blue cotton candy and blueberry popsicles.

What advice did Loni Anderson, Tori’s So NoTORIous mom, have for her?

They are babies for such a short time. They grow up so fast. On the positive side you will enjoy how fabulous your arms are going to look. It’s better then lifting weights. Carmen Electra couldn’t make it but she sent the following message with gifts for the whole family (she sent matching hawaiian swimmers for the baby and Dean): I’m sure there are a ton of gifts for the baby, someone should spoil you. You gotta lotta work ahead of you. Meanwhile, Jennie Garth gave the following advice: Getting through the first three months is the toughest. Don’t worry it gets a lot better after that.

What does Tori want the baby to inherit from her side of the family, besides the middle name Aaron?

From my side I really hope the baby inherits the storytelling and creative gift that my dad (Aaron Spelling) had – and my dad’s humor, which I think I inherited as well. From Dean’s side, I hope he gets the sensitive male personality – the sense of being a strong leader while still allowing himself to be vulnerable.

Is she nervous about the birth?

I’m not nervous about the birth, just in wonderment at the whole experience and beyond excited to meet our little guy. I can’t wait to touch and hold him. And, above all, just love him.

How do they feel about the upcoming change?

I know my life is about to change but to me that’s exciting. I’m about to embark on the most important journey a woman can go on. Motherhood is the ultimate gift. I can’t wait to experience this next phase of my life and share with Dean the love, the son, we created together.

Source: Australian OK Magazine, February 26th 2007.

Many thanks to CBB reader Angela.

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Alexandra on

Doesn’t Dean have a child from his previous marriage? Why don’t we ever see or hear anything about him (I think it is a boy). I would like to see a picture of the family together (with Dean and step-mom Tori).

B on

Wow, that’s a … unique…. menu. I think I’d eat beforehand! Sounds like it was fun though.

ang on

Dean has joint custody of his 8yo son, Jack who lives in Toronto-he’s so cute! Dean & his ex like to keep him out of the spotlight though. Having said that, I have tons of pics of him with Dean & Tori, whom Jack gets along great with. WireImage/Getty have lots of pics too. Contrary to popular opinion, Dean adores his son like any father and he & Tori see Jack or he visits them whenever he can.Jack is also very happy about his baby half(?) brother on the way, apparently. Dean’s ex has another child, but as I understand it,she is not his & never was. The press are just careless with factual information & it saddens me how such gossip portrays Dean as someone of poor social value when in reality, he is a such a sweet, easygoing & funny guy who is very loving towards & protective of his wife & sons.

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