‘My Best Friend’s Bouquet’: more details released about movie filmed in Agassiz-Harrison

Filming days for “Neverbrides” often stretched into the night throughout Agassiz-Harrison. (Contributed Photo/Fraser River Lodge)
“Neverbrides” will star Chaley Rose and Nathan Witte. Plot points are still scant at this point and have not been officially released as of press time. (Contributed Photo/Fraser River Lodge)
Tourists and locals checked out the activity around Esplanade Avenue as a Hallmark movie titled "Neverbrides" is filmed. The film is set to premiere on the Hallmark Channel in October. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Film crews set up for another shot during the filming of "Neverbrides" in Harrison Hot Springs on Monday. Despite the sweltering heat, the movie is set to take place in the fall. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Tourists and film crew members mill about on Esplanade Avenue in Harrison on Monday afternoon during the filming of "Neverbrides." (Adam Louis/Observer)
Nathan Witte smoulders for the camera on his Instagram account during the filming of Neverbrides. (Twitter/Hotline to Hallmark)
According to Jessica Harmon’s Instagram story, it apears Adil Zaidi of The Good Doctor fame is set to appear in Neverbrides, which is filming in Harrison throughout late July. (Twitter/Hotline to Hallmark)
Neverbrides is Jessica Harmon’s second project as director, according to IMDb. (Twitter/Hotline to Hallmark)
Actor Casey Manderson posted this story from the set of Neverbrides. The caption reads “Masks on, Outside all day in the sun. These folks are my heroes.” (Twitter/Hotline to Hallmark)

The Hallmark Channel has released more details about their upcoming fall lineup, including a film shot in Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs.

Under the working title of “Neverbrides,” film crews worked on “My Best Friend’s Bouquet” in Harrison at Muddy Waters and around the village and in Agassiz in particular at the Fraser River Lodge.

“My Best Friend’s Bouquet” stars Chaley Rose and Nathan Witte. The Hallmark movie tells the tale of Josie Hughes, a hopeless romantic with a passion for the old-fashioned romance as seen in the golden age of Hollywood. She believes the thrown wedding bouquet always finds its way to the right person. At her friend Emma’s wedding, she ends up catching the bouquet but feels she might have wrecked her friend Athena’s chances of getting engaged.

RELATED: Hollywood North: Hallmark movie filming in Harrison Hot Springs

Meanwhile, Josie’s long-time friend Alex grapples with jealousy when Josie starts dating eligible bachelor Will meeting him at the wedding reception. Alex has had feelings for Josie since college, but Josie believes Will is “the one.” Believing the bouquet above all else, will Josie see the real signs that maybe her perfect match has been standing before her all along?

RELATED: PHOTOS: ‘Neverbrides’ films at Fraser River Lodge

“My Best Friend’s Bouquet” is one of five movies in Hallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest lineup for this year. “Love at Daisy Hills” will be the first to premiere on September 19 at 9 p.m., followed by “Love at Look Lodge” on Saturday, September 26 at 9 p.m.

“My Best Friend’s Bouquet” premieres on October 10 at 9 p.m., one week after “Country at Heart.” “Sweet Autumn” rounds out the lineup, premiering October 17.

Neverbrides Productions filmed throughout Agassiz-Harrison in late July, pitting film crews and actors alike against the sweltering summer heat despite the movie being set in autumn. “My Best Friend’s Bouquet” is Jessica Harmon’s second movie as director; she is known for her work on “The 1000,” “iZombie” and “Supernatural.”

See more photos and meet the stars online at www.hallmarkchannel.com/my-best-friends-bouquet.


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