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It’s a white Christmas at S Maison

S Maison recently welcomed the holiday season in a wintry way with “Symphonies of Snow,” a Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.

Inspired by the warmth of winter hymns, Symphonies of Snow treated the audience to a White Christmas story by the Trumpets Playshop featuring the classic Christmas songs: “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas,” “Let It Snow,” and “Winter Wonderland.” This was followed by lighting of the malls’ White Christmas Tree embellished with giant snowflakes, silver, gold, and pearl white Christmas balls, and fairy lamps.

S Maison’s christmas tree is adorned with giant snowflakes and pearl white Christmas balls.
Omar Uddin and Kathleen Achacoso sing ‘Let It Snow.’
Gracing the event were SM senior assistant vice president for operations Perkin O. So and Maison Premier assistant mall manager Grace Mindanao. 

“Christmas truly is a magical season where everyone and everything just comes together to enjoy special moments with dear friends and family,” said So.

From left: Event host Cerah Hernandez Go, Santa Claus, SM Supermalls senior assistant vice president for Ooperations Perkin So, and SM Aura assistant mall manager Grace Mindanao light up the white christmas tree at S Maison. 
Dylan Epperson sits beside Santa.
Santa Claus came all the way from the North Pole, while the Manila String Machine also serenaded the crowd with all-time favorite Christmas songs.

Seen enjoying the play were SM Youth ambassadors Tommy Esguerra, Richard Juan, Kyle Perry, Kaila Estrada, and Julian Rodriguez; celebrity mom Joy Sotto and kids; lifestyle blogger Jennie Epperson and Jane Kingsu-Cheng; model Mikaela Martinez; and BB. Pilipinas 2009 Marie Ann-Umali.

Topics: white Christmas , S Maison , Symphonies of Snow
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