Diane Adair Ewin and John Edward Shannon were united in Matrimony on June 23, 2018, at Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Fort Worth. The Rev. Canon Ronald L. McCrary officiated. The bride’s parents hosted a reception following the ceremony at River Crest Country Club. On the eve of the wedding, the groom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at Joe T. Garcia’s. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Scott Ewin of Fort Worth. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. George Marshall Young and the late Mr. Young of Fort Worth, and Dr. Dabney Minor Ewin, the late Mrs. Ewin and the late Mrs. Ethelyn Alexander Sherrouse Ewin, all of New Orleans. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Donald Shannon of Fort Worth. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwin Orr, and Mrs. George West Shannon and the late Mr. Shannon, all of Fort Worth. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory Mikado silk and Alencon lace gown designed by Anne Barge, with an heirloom lace-trimmed veil. Her attendants were Christina Ann Ewin, maid of honor, Caroline Kelly Dyess Crawford, Elizabeth Anne Shannon, and Mary Marshall Dyess Smith. Flower girls were Adair’s nieces, Eloise Walker Crawford, Annabelle Marshall Smith, Margaret Grace Smith, and Mary Wesley Smith. Her nephew, William Stanley Crawford, Jr., was the ring bearer. The groom was attended by Matthew Taylor Blake, best man, Neal Austin Blevins, Paul Bradley Drabble and William West Shannon. The ushers were Patrick Montgomery Cox, William Stanley Crawford M.D., Bryan Thomas Holdsworth, Curt Alan Shannon, Kyle Wesley Smith and Wesley Capers Stripling V. The bride and groom are graduates of All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth. The bride earned her Art Education degree at the University of Texas, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She was presented at the 2010 Assembly Ball, and Le Debut, Twelfth Night and Momus Balls in New Orleans. The bride is employed at the Kimbell Art Museum. The groom earned a degree in Agriculture and Applied Economics from Texas Tech University. He owns and operates Shannon Landscapes. Following a honeymoon in Hawaii, the Shannons will make their home in Fort Worth.
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