NASHVILLE, Tenn. (September 30, 2021) — Country music rising star Alexandra Kay wed her longtime love of nearly a decade, Indiana Touchette, in a unique, intimate ceremony in the woods. The ceremony and celebrations, premiered exclusively by, were held at A Pocket Full of Sunshine venue in Mt. Vernon, Illinois on Saturday, September 25.

“We have been together for nine years already and have been through so many incredible and challenging times. Marriage is a celebration of making it through it all and we can’t wait to see what the next 50 years will bring,” said Alexandra Kay to People.

The bride wore an Oleg Cassini gown, with her bridesmaids in camel, dusty rose and champagne velvet dresses. The groomsmen, both of Indiana’s brothers served as his best men, wore grey-beige tuxedos with dusty rose ties, except the groom in white, with a floral pattern. The ceremony was officiated by Touchette’s brother-in-law, who also married the other Touchette brothers. 

Following the wedding reception, complete with an all-night dance party to a mix of Country music, as well as ’90s and current Pop, Hip Hop and R&B hits, The Touchettes’ enjoyed a mini-moon in St. Louis. They plan to take an “official honeymoon” in Santorini, Greece next year.

About Alexandra Kay
Illinois native Alexandra Kay began writing songs at the age of 15. A competitor by nature, she played for a nationally ranked softball team, eventually turning down college scholarships to pursue a career in music. She got her start booking commercials, voice over work, performing musical theater and tried her luck on American Idol in 2011. In 2012, Alexandra began working with Nelly and Huey Alexandra, creating enough buzz to sign an independent record deal with Nettwork Entertainment in 2013. Her first single “No More” spent three weeks at #1 on the New Music Weekly Top 40 pop chart and scored at the top of Hot AC and Hot 100 charts. At 22, Alexandra began her country music career making cover videos of many 90’s country music favorites and posting them on Facebook. She quickly drew a dedicated fan base, with over 573,000 Facebook followers to date, and captivated a new audience during the COVID-19 quarantine, with over 2.4 Million TikTok followers comparing her voice to country music legend Dolly Parton. Alexandra has made appearances on NBC’s The Voice, had a starring role in the Netflix Original Series ‘Westside’ and reached the #1 spot on the iTunes country chart independently with her 2nd and 3rd indi releases “I Kinda Don’t” and “All The Cowboys”. She captivated audiences around the world online, including Tim McGraw, who gave her cover of his #1 hit “Don’t Take The Girl” high praise in a viral video. Now, with over 12 million collective streams on her independent releases, Alexandra is excited to release her first party song in September of 2021 entitled “Tall Boys,” and share the true story of her music career journey with CMT on the upcoming docu-follow digital series “Viral To Verified.” For more information visit