The 39-year-old actress laid on a Mad Hatter-themed party to celebrate her daughter's first birthday in Los Angeles this week.
Former Beverly Hills 90210 star Tori made for the picture-perfect family as she posed for snaps with her brood and husband Dean McDermott.
A picture-perfect family: Tori Spelling poses with her brood for a Mad Hatter-themed birthday bash for one-year-old Hattie. From left, Liam, baby Finn, husband Dean McDermott, Hattie and Stella dressed as Alice
Lavish bash: Tori and Hattie clink tea cups with actors dressed as Alice and the Mad Hatter
Birthday girl Hattie donned a colourful tu-tu, while Tori's newborn son Finn was dressed as the 'Drink Me' potion that cause Alice to shrink.
The happy brood were joined by family and friends on Wednesday, including Tori's mother Candy.
No expense was spared, with guests being treated to a vibrant scene with giant butterflies, actors roaming around as Alice and the Mad Hatter and a four-tired Alice in Wonderland cake for the 150 guests.
Any excuse to dress up: Tori transformed into the Queen of Hearts for the celebration
How sweet: The former Beverly Hills 90210 star stands next to the colourful four-tired cake
In a recent interview, Tori opened up about how daughter Stella saved her life.
The reality TV star - who gave birth to her fourth child Finn via an emergency caesarean section six weeks ago - credits her daughter for rushing for help after she awoke in a massive pool of blood while her husband Dean was sleeping in another room during her complicated pregnancy.
She told People magazine: 'I stumbled to the bathroom, dizzy from losing so much blood. When I got there, I thought, "This is it". There was so much blood I thought, "I'm dying. Not just [losing] the baby, but I'm dying".'
'I had to scream for Stella and I'll never forget the look on her face when she saw me surrounded by blood everywhere.
Taking her first steps: Hattie toddled around, holding on tight, while Liam gets into the swing of things
Say cheese: Tori invited 150 guests to the party, including her mother Candy Spelling, right
'Her eyes were as big as saucers and - this is going to make me cry - she looked like such a little toddler warrior. She said, "Okay, Mama" and she ran. And two seconds later Dean came in and basically had to wrap me up to get me to the hospital.'
Tori had to spend the last four months of her pregnancy on bed rest and was in and out of hospital after she was diagnosed with potentially-fatal placenta previa - a condition where the placenta covers the cervix and causes internal bleeding - at 20 weeks into her pregnancy.
'My condition was so dangerous that I couldn't even walk across my room; I had to lie flat. I was lucky on days that I had bathroom privileges.
'But I committed. I was like, "I'm going to get this baby to a healthy point and we're going to be a family." I would rub my belly and talk to [the baby]. I kept telling him, "We're going to be fine" and "I can't wait to hold you".'
Too cute: Hattie looks through a heart shaped balloon while Stella gets her face painted