Preview: “The Last Bridesmaid” A Hallmark Channel “June Weddings” Original Movie

By: Kat Harlton
All Media Courtesy of Crown Media United States LLC

Rachel Boston (“The Good Doctor,” “Christmas in Angel Falls”) and Paul Campbell (“A Godwink Christmas,” “Spun Out”) star in “The Last Bridesmaid” a new, original movie premiering Saturday, June 22 (9 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Channel as part of the network’s annual “June Weddings” program event.

About The Movie:

Becca Foster (Boston) is an unapologetic romantic who been a member of no less than nine bridal parties. Though she seems to be living the old adage “always a bridesmaid, never a bride,” Becca isn’t worried; she believes true love will happen effortlessly when she meets the right person. She does not expect that to happen when she agrees to be maid of honor to her newly engaged cousin Lucie (Stephanie Bennett, “Valentine in the Vineyard,” “UnREAL”). Lucie and her fiancé Craig (Clayton Chitty, “When Calls the Heart”) think otherwise, however, and are eager to pair Becca with Craig’s best man, Aidan (Jeremy Guilbaut, “When Calls the Heart,” “Blackstone”). But there is another man in the picture – or, to be precise, behind the camera: Kyle Taylor (Campbell), the handsome videographer who is documenting the weeks leading up to the wedding as well as the ceremony itself. Though they have different philosophies of love and relationships, both are outspoken and find creative satisfaction in endeavors outside their day jobs: jewelry-making for Becca and documentary filmmaking for Kyle. As Becca and Kyle encourage one another to follow their dreams, they realize they must also follow their hearts.

“The Last Bridesmaid” is from Muse Entertainment. Executive producers are Joel S. Rice, Michael Prupas, Rachel Boston and Al Lewis. Charles Cooper serves as producer. Mark Jean directed from a script written by Nina Weinman.

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  1. I really want to know what song was being sung quietly in the background during the wedding ceremony. I searched all over the websites! Help!

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