Couples tie the knot for free at the Bexar County Courthouse on Valentine’s Day

5 ‘I do’ mass ceremonies were held on Monday

SAN ANTONIO – Nothing says “Valentine’s Day” more than people coming together to celebrate love.

The Bexar County Courthouse on Monday continued its tradition of holding free, mass wedding ceremonies in honor of the holiday.

County Clerk Lucy Adame-Clark conducted six ceremonies on the steps of the courthouse.

Because of COVID-19, each ceremony was capped at 22 couples.

Couples were required to get their marriage license 72 hours before the ceremony.

While the ceremonies were free, people were asked to make a $20 donation to the Battered Women and Children’s Shelter and the Bexar County Family Justice Center.

KSAT 12 News videographer Robert Samarron captured some of the “I do” ceremonies. You can watch the special moments in the video player above.

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