Brenda Zitzman Weds; Becomes Brenda Lewis

County singer/acoustic guitarist Brenda Zitzman is off the market! Zitzman wed her longtime boyfriend in an intimate backyard ceremony on September 20th in Nashville, TN, officially becoming Brenda Lewis in the process.

The songstress, donning a classic alencon lace gown with blush underlay by Nashville designer Olia Zavozina, married John Meredith Lewis of Springfield, TN in a small ceremony surrounded by family and close friends. She paired her dress with custom jewelry from Jessie Greene-Hill of Put-in-Bay, OH and donned her trusty pair of brown cowboy boots that she’s worn onstage countless times, giving her a casual, yet glamorously country look. She carried her grandmother’s rosary in her bouquet.  Lewis paired his light gray suit with a custom bow tie and pocket square from Nashville designer Otis James.  He carried his grandfather’s fifty-cent piece in his pocket.

Ceremony musical selections performed by Nashville string trio Athena Strings included “Rainbow Connection”, “Blackbird”, “Harvest Moon” and the Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros single, “Home”.

Guests dined on grilled flank steak, creamed spinach and bruschetta paired with craft beer from the couple’s favorite brewery, the Sparta, Tennessee-based Calfkiller Brewery. Chicken and heart-shaped waffles nourished late-night guests who were still dancing into the wee hours.

The couple honeymooned in Oregon and will reside in Nashville, TN.

Zitzman and Lewis — shown here — are all smiles during their first dance.First Dance

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