Autumn Bucket List – Hallmark Movies

I consider watching the new Autumn movies a sort of practice to get ready for the marathon of Christmas movies.

I have a few favorite all time Hallmark Autumn movies, but lets focus on the new releases this year.

Follow Me to Daisy Hills
Premieres Saturday, September 19 9pm/8c
When Jo realizes that her family’s general store in Daisy Hills is losing money, her father Duke calls in a favor to help. Duke’s help is Jo’s ex-boyfriend, Blake, former Daisy Hills native. Stars Cindy Busby and Marshall Williams.

This was not quite my favorite this year, but was cute.

Falling for Look Lodge
Premieres Saturday, September 26 9pm/8c
Lily dreams of being a hotel event coordinator and is thrilled when she’s given the chance to do so by helping Noah, a hotel guest, finish planning his sister Justine’s wedding at a remote lodge. Stars Clark Backo and Jonathan Keltz.

I thought this was cute and like the chemistry of these two actors.

Country at Heart
Premieres Saturday, October 3 9pm/8c
A struggling country singer meets a Nashville songwriter in need of inspiration. Teaming up to write a song, their work gets complicated but results in both a hit song…and true love. Stars Jessy Schram and Niall Matter and Lucas Bryant.

I like Jessy Schram, especially some of her older movie. This was cute but not my favorite.

My Best Friend’s Bouquet
Premieres Saturday, October 10 9pm/8c
Josie Hughes is a hopeless romantic who believes in the kind of romance in black-and-white movies where the leading lady finds her one true love and gets swept off her feet. She also believes the wedding bouquet always finds its way to the right person when tossed by the bride, as proven time and again at weddings dating back to her childhood. But single Josie ends up with the bouquet at her friend Emma’s wedding instead of their not-single friend Athena and fears she’s wrecked her chances of getting engaged. But when Josie begins dating eligible bachelor Will after meeting at the reception – much to the dismay of her long-time friend Alex, who has secretly held a torch for her since college – she decides the bouquet is responsible for the budding romance and begins to think that Will is “the one.” As Josie clings to the notion that the bouquet is always right, she’s missing the real-world signs that her perfect match is someone else who’s been right in front of her all along. Starring Chaley Rose and Nathan Witte.

This was my favorite of all the new releases.

Sweet Autumn
Premieres Saturday, October 17 9pm/8c
Maggie, a successful entrepreneur, returns home for a will reading and discovers she’s inherited half of her aunt’s famed maple candy business. What she doesn’t understand is why Aunt Dee’s maple supplier, Dex, inherited the other half. Her return also coincides with the town’s Sweet Autumn Fest, and through a series of letters Aunt Dee left, Maggie and Dex search for the reason behind her aunt’s final wishes. As she and Dex grow closer, Maggie must decide if the life she built is the one she wants. Starring Nikki DeLoach and Andrew Walker.

This was cute too. I always like a little conflict before they all fall in love. LOL

The other 8 films on the Hallmark Checklist is as follows:

All of My Heart – The Wedding – did not watch
Autumn Dreams – watched
Falling for Vermont – did not watch
Falling for You – did not watch
Harvest Love – watched
Love, Fall and Order – watched
October Kiss – Watched (One of my all time favorites)
A Harvest Wedding – Watched

Sadly I did not meet my goal of watching of the previous 8 movies, but I have seen them all. So I think that counts!

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