The big day finally arrived. Dr. Hayden Kho and Dra. Vicki Belo tied the knot once again in a big church wedding that pulled all the stops. It was worth all the build up we saw on social media. How? Let’s count all the ways from the celebrity guests arriving in their best outfits to the beautiful reception held in an opera house.
The bride stunned in her Michael Cinco creation. In a blush pink, it shunned the traditional white option with a three meter train and Swarovski crystals. The bride had at least two other outfit change afterwards: one for her first dance (keep scrolling to see it) and another beaded number for the reception.
Dr. Hayden shaking off the jitters
Any man would feel nervous and jittery on his wedding day, no matter how long he’s been with his partner. Dr. Hayden chose to dance it off with his side of the entourage.
Speaking of dancing, Scarlet believed it was part of her primary duties as the flower girl. On Instagram Stories, she said she was going to to the “Macarena” while getting the last-minute touch-ups. Cute!
The crowd sharing the happiness
As the bride arrived at The American Church in Paris, a small crowd gathered around, taking photos of what they could.
The reception featured guests worthy of a big awards show. We kept track of the people invited as they made their way to Paris. But there were also last minute guests like Piolo Pascual and BryanBoy. Other guests spotted were Alden Richards, Jennylin Mercado, Dennis Trillo, Marian Rivera, Dingdong Dantes, Lovi Poe, Isabelle Daza, Tessa Prieto-Valdes, and Georgina Wilson.
As if the ceremony wasn’t dreamy enough, the reception just had to be held at the Opèra. Guests enjoyed a perfomance from opera singers. Cool, don’t you think? Later on they were seranaded by Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez.
As seen in this clip by Crisatalle Belo-Pitt, the first dance of the newlyweds looked like it was straight out of a fairytale. Complete with how Vicki’s dress twirled perfectly in the air (which, BTW, is an outfit change) and Hayden’s white tux. Note also how the couple danced to a song they recorded themselves.
What’s a big wedding without someone dancing. The bride and groom led the conga line, which later became the surprise after party. Woah! I bet the guests are tired from the amazing night. But it’s all good when it’s celebrating love, right?