2018 Hallmark Channel June Wedding Originals – Enjoyable Movies

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Still getting the hang of France beating Belgium last night, or morning, here in Malaysia, I think I want to write about Hallmark Channel June Weddings. I’m always looking forward for Hallmark Channel’s Rom-Coms, for me the story is simple and love is in the air.

Marrying Mr. Darcy - image by Hallmark

Marrying Mr. Darcy – image by Hallmark

Marrying Mr. Darcy

The first originals of the June Weddings, which I think did pretty amazing. I think did I recall how Elizabeth Scott portrayed Cindy Busby and Donovan Darcy portrayed by Ryan Paevey meet at a dog show, and she’s a dog trainer and he’s a judge and they fall in love. After falling in love, they are taking their relationship into the next, wedding, of course it June Weddings after all.

No story is complete without crisis and conflicts of course, she’s so busy planning the wedding that keeps getting bigger and he’s getting busier as the big date getting closer. Conflict handled, she and he got married. I’m trying not to spoil this for anyone, my recommendation is if you like Hallmark Channel’s Rom-Coms, you will like this one too, and I think if you have watched Unleashing Mr. Darcy it would be good. Here’s the preview for those who haven’t catch it yet.

The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells - image by Hallmark

The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells – image by Hallmark

The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells

The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells is the a sequel of The Perfect Bride. If you watched The Perfect Bride, you’ll know that the main story is about Molly White, portrayed by Pascale Hutton, a fitness and yoga instructor that runs a bridal boot camp classes and Nick Dyson, portrayed by Kavan Smith, a photographer engaged to Molly’s client Janna Tate portrayed by Anna Van Hooft.

The second sequel mostly revolve around Molly and her fear of getting married. The show start by taking viewers to the past on how she had the fear and from there the story revolve. So it’s developed for TV Rom-Com so, it’s lite story telling and at the end… you have to see yourself if they did get to the altar. Here’s the preview for those who haven’t catch it yet, by the way I think the initial title of the movie is called The Perfect Bride:

Love At First Dance - image by Hallmark

Love At First Dance – image by Hallmark

Love At First Dance

Love At First Dance is, for me, it’s plain good. The story line is plain and simple, but I think it’s enjoyable for a TV show. It’s a story about a dance instructor, Hope portrayed by Becca Tobin and Manhattan’s former most eligible bachelor, Eric portrayed by Niall Matter Niall Matter. To sum up, Eric and Adriana portrayed by Cecilia Deacon was supposed to get married, but Eric have problem with the dancing part’s.

Adriana let Eric take dance classes with Hope. The story revolve around the two main characters, and blah blah you have to see it yourself. This story I’m not really sure if it going to get a sequel, but if it did, I’ll watch it because I’d like to see how they both ends. Here’s the preview for those who haven’t catch it yet.

Wedding March 4: Something Old Something New - image by Hallmark

Wedding March 4: Something Old Something New – image by Hallmark

Wedding March 4: Something Old, Something New

Wedding March, hmm, I honestly can’t remember the first three even though I watched them all. But well, the forth Something Old, Something New, I think is good most probably because the second characters Abby portrayed by Merrit Patterson and Rob Atwell portrayed by Andrew Walker are very beautiful. Both of them want to get married at the inn run by Mick Turner and Olivia Pershing.

As I tell you before I can’t remember the first three and I’m going to play catch-up, the story is about Mick, portrayed by Jack Wagner and Olivia portrayed by Josie Bissett and their inn. Olivia’s daughter Grace Pershing portrayed Emily Tennant come the inn to tell her mother about her engagement to Eric portrayed by Aaron Pearl. In the mid of wedding fever, someone also getting the fever to get married. So it yourself. Here’s the preview for those who haven’t catch it yet.

Yes, I Do - image by Hallmark

Yes, I Do – image by Hallmark

Yes, I Do

The last original for June Wedding series that I think is pretty impressive. The story is about Charlotte portrayed by Jen Lilley and James portrayed by Marcus Rosner. She’s a chocolatier, I was surprise the it’s a real term for a person or company who makes confectionery from chocolate, who have allergy for chocolate and wedding and he’s a helicopter mechanic who loved her to death. Just watch it yourself by the way here’s the preview for those who haven’t catch it yet.

 

 

ps: Yeah this article was written just after French national team beat Belgium…

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