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Hannah and Jon’s boho Hickory Street Annex wedding incorporated Hannah’s love for bohemian textures and muted colors. Each and every detail was thoughtfully designed – the macrame wedding altar, Southwest inspired rugs and Aztec table runners to name a few! Cheers to Hannah and Jon!

Photos // Melanie Julian Photography

Hannah and Jon first met through Tinder. They admit that when you “swipe right,” you don’t expect to meet the love of your life. Thanks to encouraging words and mutual friends, the pair met over coffee for their first date and were smitten from the start. The first three years of their relationship were full of travel, concerts, and movie marathons, and they couldn’t be happier they are finally married!

Jon proposed to Hannah on the evening of September 26, 2015, on a candlelit path at the Gaylord Texan. Elated, she happily accepted.

The couple were married on what began as a rainy July day at the Hickory Street Annex. The bride’s love for bohemian textures and muted colors were displayed beautifully through the macrame wedding altar, Southwestern rugs and Aztec table runners. Amanda Page from the Workshop at Hickory Street Annex completed the look with an abundance of greenery and succulents throughout the venue.

Other Local Vendors:
My Event is the Bomb, Seat by Design, The Workshop at Hickory Street, Tracy Melton Artistry, Photowagon Texas, Melanie Julian Photography, Eno's Pizza Tavern, Lazy Creek Designs, Shutter and Sound Dallas