Candace Cameron Bure and Cameron Mathison to star in ‘Jingle Bells, Wedding Bells’

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Candace Cameron Bure
Candace Cameron Bure. Photo Courtesy of Great American Media

Candace Cameron Bure and Cameron Mathison will star in “Jingle Bells, Wedding Bells,” which will premiere on Great American Family later this year. #Powerjournalist Markos Papadatos has the scoop.

“Jingle Bells, Wedding Bells” was directed by Paula Elle from an original script by Katie Main.

Great American Family is an industry leader in the production of quality original holiday content. The network announced that its beloved talents Candace Cameron Bure and Cameron Mathison will star in the new original holiday film, “Jingle Bells, Wedding Bells.”

It is expected to premiere this November as part of Great American Christmas 2024. Great American Christmas is in its fourth season and the franchise has quickly become one of America’s most popular programming events.

The synopsis is: In “Jingle Bells, Wedding Bells,” Gracie (Candace Cameron Bure) is Peachtree Inn’s perfect wedding planner whose mantra “No problems, only solutions waiting to be discovered” makes blushing brides’ dreams come true.

Cameron Mathison
Cameron Mathison. Photo Courtesy of Great American Family.

When Charlie (Cameron Mathison) brings his sister and future brother-in-law to their former hometown of Butler, South Carolina, expecting to create a magical Christmas Eve wedding at the Inn for Lindsay and Josh, the trio is stunned when Gracie stubbornly declines the job, saying it is not possible to pull off the perfect wedding two weeks before Christmas. Eventually, Gracie relents and agrees to plan the wedding, only to discover there are more hurdles to overcome than expected.

Executive Producers of this movie are Candace Cameron Bure, Holly A. Hines, Eric Jarboe, Jeffery Brooks, Ford Englerth, Gerald Webb, Paula Elle, and Trevor McWhinney. It was produced by Mick MacKay. Supervising producers Michael Shepard, Jonathan Shore, and Robyn Wiener. Associate Producers include David Oland and Trudi Thorwaldson.