Hallmark Channel Announces 'The Wedding Veil' Movie Trilogy, Starring Lacey Chabert, Alison Sweeney and Autumn Reeser

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Hallmark Channel Announces 'The Wedding Veil' Movie Trilogy, Starring Lacey Chabert, Alison Sweeney and Autumn Reeser
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  • In a Good Housekeeping exclusive, Hallmark Channel announces the release of a brand-new movie trilogy next year.

  • The Wedding Veil trilogy will star Lacey Chabert, Alison Sweeney, Autumn Reeser and When Calls the Heart's Kevin McGarry.

  • The movies are loosely inspired by Lori Wilde's book There Goes the Bride: Wedding Veil Wishes Book 1.

Hallmark Channel celebrates love in all of its forms — the kind that you feel when you chase an adventure, the one that sweeps you off your feet (and into a handsome hunk's arms) and the ease you feel with your best friend by your side. Hallmark's all-new movie trilogy, The Wedding Veil, will capture all three.

The Wedding Veil trilogy, starring Lacey Chabert, Alison Sweeney and Autumn Reeser, will "follow three close but far-flung college friends who, during one of their annual trips together, discover an enchanted antique that changes each of their lives." Kevin McGarry, who plays Nathan on Hallmark's When Calls the Heart, is also set to appear in the movies, but it's unclear who he'll play — a love interest, perhaps?

Photo credit: Kailey Schwerman
Photo credit: Kailey Schwerman

As one of the reigning queens of Hallmark, Lacey tells Good Housekeeping in an exclusive statement that she is thrilled to take on the executive producer title while working with two other Hallmark leading ladies: "This project is, quite literally, a dream come true for me and one that I have been deeply invested in. Both Allison and Autumn are incredibly talented, smart and wonderful women and actors. I'm thrilled to be able to finally get to work with them and tell this very special story!"

Hallmark Channel echoes Lacey's sentiment about the trilogy, saying that there's no "better way to celebrate female friendships" than with this all-star lineup.

"While our channel is associated with romance, a core tenet of the Hallmark brand is celebrating love in its many facets, including family bonds and enduring friendships. Our programming is reflecting that more and more. What better way to celebrate female friendships than to bring together three beloved actors from our network, Lacey Chabert, Alison Sweeney and Autumn Reeser," Michelle Vicary, EVP Programming at Crown Media Family Networks, writes in the movie's official announcement.

Production recently started on the first movie in the trilogy, also titled The Wedding Veil, which means we'll have to (patiently) wait until 2022 to see what Lacey, Alison and Autumn have in store for us. Until then, check out the book that inspired it all, Long, Tall Texan by Lori Wilde, which was initially published as There Goes the Bride: Wedding Veil Wishes Book 1. Keep in mind that the book's description sounds slightly different than the movie's. In the book, a Texas socialite accidentally kidnaps a recently divorced detective instead of her future husband just weeks before her wedding.

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