‘Love Is Blind After the Altar’ Filming Location – Since the second season of Love Is Blind debuted on Netflix seven months ago, the pairings have had many changes. Social media relationship rumors between Deepti Vempati and Kyle Abrams have pleased many of her fans. Natalie Lee and Shayne Jansen attempted dating for a time after putting off their wedding. Finally, they broke up partly due to “flirtatious communications” Shayne allegedly shared with other women, as Natalie claimed in her statement. Both Jarrette Jones and Iyanna McNeely and Nick Thompson and Danielle Ruhl, who sealed the knot after Season 2 of Love Is Blind, have now announced their decision to divorce in August.
Trying to determine when the Love Is Blind reunion was filmed adds element of intricacy to the situation. However, some viewers may be left wondering exactly where the settings of “Love Is Blind: After the Altar” are situated. Read on if you’re similarly curious about this!
“Love Is Blind: After the Altar” Filming Locations
The set for the first season of Love Is Blind, which featured pods and a futuristic look, was built from scratch at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.
After the Altar, the special remembering the event two years later, was once again filmed in Atlanta, Georgia. With its unique cityscape and generous income tax benefits, Georgia has become a popular site for film and television production. Followers of the MCU are likely well aware that most MCU films, as well as those from other studios such as Tyler Perry Studios, are filmed in Atlanta.
The first season of Love is Blind began filming in October 2018 and concluded the following month with the weddings of Lauren and Cameron and Amber and Matthew (meaning they had to keep their relationships/marriages a secret for almost a year!).
Love Is Blind: After the Altar is anticipated to begin filming in November 2020, as the plot takes place on the protagonists’ second wedding anniversary. Amber and Cameron posted Instagram’s congratulating one other on two years of marriage simultaneously.
According to BuzzFeed, Love Is Blind’s second season was filmed between April and June of 2021. Due to the snow in After the Altar and the performers’ references to the “prior year,” the film was likely shot around late 2021 or early 2022.
The social media activity of the actors and crew of Love Is Blind provides extra information for pinpointing filming hours. On the weekend of March 11th, the vast majority of members of After the Altar shared photographs from what looks to be the same winter destination.
At the time, speculations spread that the cast was getting together to celebrate Natalie’s birthday, which is also the reason the pod alums got together in After the Altar.
Shaina Hurley and Christos Lardakis’ engagement, which takes place off-screen during the reunion special, was also reported by Page Six around this time. After the Altar’s presentation on September 16 is thus about six months after the events it depicts.
Where was After the Altar shot, in case you’re interested in planning a group vacation that’s equally as cramped but hopefully less dramatic? — It looks like you’re looking at the Apple Blossom Resort in the lovely state of Michigan.