Watch: Couples tie the knot on Valentine’s Day at the Bexar County Courthouse

Three more ceremonies will be offered on Tuesday, Feb. 14

SAN ANTONIO – Downtown San Antonio was filled with love at the stroke of midnight on Valentine’s Day.

The Bexar County Courthouse hosted its first free, mass wedding ceremonies of the holiday just after midnight on Tuesday. A special guest, the Spurs Coyote, also made an appearance to celebrate the season of love.

County Clerk Lucy Adame-Clark will conduct three additional ceremonies on the north steps of the courthouse, located at 100 Dolorsa. They will be held at the following times:

  • 10 a.m. - The Last Straw Florist flower shop will donate roses to the first 50 couples.
  • Noon - United States Postal Service Postmaster Robert D. Carr Jr. will unveil the 50th anniversary of the Love Stamp and the Main Plaza Conservancy will donate roses and a photo booth.
  • 2 p.m. - The Main Plaza Conservancy will donate roses and a photo booth.

Couples must get their marriage licenses 72 hours before their ceremonies unless they meet certain criteria listed here.

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

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