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Blogmas Day Five: My Top Ten Favorite Hallmark Christmas Movies

Welcome to Blogmas Day Five Everyone :)





I've really been enjoying getting to spend some of the holiday season with you all so far, and I hope you've been enjoying the posts. 


As I've mentioned many many times before on my blog, I'm a huge fan of Hallmark Channel movies, and in particular, Hallmark Channel Christmas movies.


For today's post, I thought it would be fun to share with you all what my all time favorite Hallmark Christmas movies are. :)


Now if this wasn't strictly a Christmas post, I'd definitely include A Royal Winter, since it's my all time favorite Hallmark movie. However, since it's not a Christmas one, I won't be including it on my list today. 

Here's my favorites:


1) The Christmas Card:

This sweet love story about a woman who writes a Christmas card to be sent to an American solider,  and it has such an effect on him that he ends up travelling to Nevada City, California to meet her is one of my all time favorites. My sister and I have watched this soooo many times, and I never tire of its sweet message, and amazing chemistry between the two leads.


2) A Very Merry Mix Up:

I enjoy all of Alicia Witt's Christmas movies, but this adorable one is definitely my favorite. In this one she plays a recently engaged small shop owner, who's travelling by herself to meet her future in laws for the very first time. Along the way, she ends up meeting an amazing guy in the airport, and soon she ends up questioning whether her fiance is really what she wants out of life.


3) Journey Back To Christmas:

Candace Cameron Bure is one of my favorite people ever, and her 2016 movie about a nurse from the 1940's who ends up travelling into the future was such an amazing story. I loved its sweet emphasis on family, and the amazing cast that brought this lovely story to life.


4) Sound of Christmas:

Another one of my faves is Lindy Booth, and I was excited to see her in another movie with Robin Dunne, since I'd loved the two of them together in The Twelve Trees of Christmas. This beautiful movie stresses what's truly important at the holiday season, and the chemistry between the two leads definitely makes it a must watch again and again.


5) Love Always Santa

I absolutely loved this sweet story about a struggling children's author who's taken to writing reply letters from Santa to the children who've written into him. He's extremely touched by a letter he receives from a little girl who's asking for help for her mom, and this sweet story is definitely one I hope to get to watch again this year.


6) Snow Bride:

Snow Bride is a different pick for me, but it remains one of my favorites. I love this funny story about a tabloid reporter who's trying to get the scoop on a wealthy family, but accidentally ends up being dragged into posing as the older son's fiance in the process.


7) A Bramble House Christmas:

I definitely have to include this brand new release based on one of my all time favorite holiday novels by CJ Carmichael. It's such a sweet story about redemption, second chances, and finding love, and I'm so impressed with how well Hallmark channel adapted it into this lovely movie.


8) My Christmas Love:

A sweet story about a woman who starts receiving daily gifts based on the Twelve Days of Christmas.


9) The Most Wonderful Time of the Year:

For some reason, this one has remained on my favorites list for the last few years. I absolutely love the hilarity and hijinks that follow the male lead wherever he goes, and Brooke Burns did a fabulous job portraying the high powered executive who's struggling to give her son the perfect Christmas he desires.


10) A December Bride:

Seeing one of Denise Hunter's amazing stories brought to life would have been amazing to begin with, but having Daniel Lissing as the male lead just cinched the deal. This was my favorite from last year's lineup, and it revolves around a woman who ends up in a fake engagement to try and save face around her cousin who's now married to her ex-fiance. Of course, in the process she realizes that the feelings she currently has for her fake fiance might not be so fake. I absolutely completely recommend this one without a doubt.



And those are my all time favorite Hallmark Christmas movies guys!


I'd love to hear which ones are your favorites, and I look forward to seeing you tomorrow for Blogmas Day Six :)


This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photo was taken by me with an Iphone. 


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