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Vicki Belo Keeps Tradition Of Building Whimsical Christmas Trees For Scarlet
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  • The yuletide season is here and the Belos are certainly in a festive mood! In a recent vlog on her YouTube channel, Dr. Vicki Belo unveiled their fabulous, pastel fairy-themed Christmas tree this year. 

    PHOTO BY youtube/dr. vicki belo

    The celebrity doctor shared that it's been a tradition of theirs to mount extravagant trees every year since Scarlet Snow was born. "I'm enjoying it as much as Scarlet, and we want Christmas to be a bit magical," she says.

    PHOTO BY youtube/dr. vicki belo

    Their trees are usually designed by Stephen Brown of world-renowned decoration studio, Glitterville. According to Dr. Belo's husband, Hayden Kho, the studio is also the one responsible for the Christmas trees of Oprah Winfrey!

    Given that Stephen can't come fly to the Belos' for obvious pandemic-related reasons, he entrusted the local event stylists over at Key Designs to manifest his design. Looks like they got the job done more than well!

    PHOTO BY youtube/dr. vicki belo

    The tree itself was not your regular leafy installation with red and silver balls. It was delightfully adorned with pastel-hued macarons, cotton candy sticks and ice cream cones that would get anyone's mouths watering!

    The "star" of the fantastical tree was an adorable sugar plum fairy figurine, whose trustful unicorns were scattered around it. Every nook and cranny of the tree had a new detail to gaze at, definitely making it a feast for one's eyes.

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    PHOTO BY youtube/dr. vicki belo

    Relive the magic! A look at Vicki Belo's past Christmas trees:

    Sweet Christmas (2015)

    On the year Scarlet Snow was born, sweet treets adorned Belo residence's Christmas tree from lollipops, a slice of strawberry shortcake, to a giant cupcake!

    PHOTO BY instagram/victoria_belo
    PHOTO BY instagram/victoria_belo

    Unconventional theme (2016)

    Who knew that a combination of llamas and watermelon could work well as a Christmas theme?

    PHOTO BY instagram/glitterville

    Under the sea (2017)

    Iridescent hues surrounded the Christmas tree to complete it's magical mermaid theme.

    PHOTO BY instagram/scarletsnowbelo

    Something fluffy (2018)

    This, time unicorns and cotton candy ornaments adorned the Belo residence's Christmas tree. 

    PHOTO BY instagram/victoria_belo

    Mexican-themed Christmas tree (2019-2020)

    Because of the pandemic, the dermatologist-to-the-starts' resident Christmas tree designer was not able to fly to the Philippines in 2020. Instead, they just sticked with the theme they had in 2019. 

    PHOTO BY instagram/victoria_belo

    Click here to see how celebrities are decorating their Christmas trees.


    Parts of this story originally appeared on Preview.ph. Edits have been made by SmartParenting.com.ph

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