Looks like Sunny Sweeney wasn't the only country singer utilizing 11/11/11 to tie the knot. Jessica Andrews and her longtime boyfriend, singer-songwriter Marcel Chagnon, also took the notorious walk down the aisle last week!

Andrews confirmed the news via her official Twitter page on Friday, writing, "It's official ... I'M A MARRIED WOMAN!!!"

Andrews and Chagnon have been one of country's cutest couples since they began dating over 10 years ago. The two announced their engagement in October of 2010, saying that the magical day would happen on 11/11/11. Chagnon also shared his wedding bliss through his Facebook page, where he posted photographs from their big day. "I just married the most beautiful bride in the world!!!" he wrote.

Andrews inked her first record deal in 1999 at the ripe age of 15 with DreamWorks Records, where she released three albums in the four year period that she was on the roster. Her hits include the No. 1 smash, 'Who I Am,' as well as her Top 20 hit, 'There's More to Me Than You.' Andrews co-wrote the tune with Marcel, which can be found on her 2003 album, 'Now.'

Chagnon's career accomplishments include co-writing two of Josh Gracin's singles, including the No. 1 hit, 'Nothin' to Lose.' He has also had cuts with artists such as Rascal Flatts, LeAnn Rimes, and Big and Rich.