By peoplestaff225
Updated May 08, 2007 08:49 PM

It was an extravaganza of petting and pampering at the Annual Hollywood Silver Spoon Dog and Baby Buffet this past weekend. Stars, their kids, and their pets were treated to a virtual buffet of exclusive products and services.

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott attended with baby Liam Aaron McDermott, who took an instant liking to the royally blinged baby wrap-style carrier by metromamma ($129.99). Tori was also interested in carrying Liam in a pouch-style sling and picked up products from Hotslings (CBB Reviews Editor Teba LOVES their slings). (Visit I’m Not Obsessed for more photos of Tori.)

Dancing With the Stars hostess Samantha Harris, showed off a petite bump. She is due sometime this fall and clearly delighted in picking up products from My Blankee and checking out Little McNeal knitwear and Puella’s baby collection. She’s obviously a fan of the Puella line – she looked just lovely in a Bell Sleeve Cotton Knit Dress by Puella ($140) in "rain." Samantha joked about odd pregnancy cravings for foods like lasagna and picked up samples of a healthy pregnancy indulgence – Angel Milk Shakes.

Meanwhile a fun loving Jason Priestly showed pregnant wife Naomi Lowde how comfy the ride was in a pimped out West Coast Wagon. Other celeb families attending included Fred Savage and baby Oliver Savage, Shanna Moakler and daughter Alabama Luella Barker, Holly Robinson-Peete, Kylie Bax, Rena Sofer, Sasha Alexander, Louis Lombardi, Neal McDounough, Rosa Blasi and more.

Other goodies the guests got included: skincare from Aroma Baby and Love Me Baby Me, Logan and Blue custom embroidered tees, sentimental jewelry from Holly Marie and Magic Dog Studios, lingerie from Sweet Dreams Maternity, clothing and accessories from Aristabrat, Artthreads by Ashley V, Cashmere babywear from Magaschoni, full body bibs from Crumb Chums, and Auro EZ match gold toe socks.

The event raised money for The Center for Discovery, a non-profit which offers individuals with significant disabilities, and their families, innovative educational, clinical, social, and living experiences designed to enrich their lives through personal accomplishment and increased independence.