HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Get something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue!
Several couples ready to say "I do" on Valentine's Day will make it official during express weddings being held until 4 p.m.
It's the first time that the Harris County Clerk's Office and the Heritage Society have teamed up to offer lovebirds the chance to say their nuptials either in a 5-minute ceremony for $60 at the Bandstand or the Jane Ellen's Tree or in a 10-minute ceremony for $150 at St. John Church.
Both options allow you to get your marriage license for $74 quickly before the wedding.
The ceremonies were so popular, though, they sold out.
The clerk's office said it has a list of couples who registered, and those couples may still apply for a ceremony before 4 p.m.
The downtown office on Caroline Street will offer complimentary photos.
Love is also in the forecast at the Houston Zoo.
For those with a wild side, you can book a personalized cameo from an animal, including Fiesta the llama and Curly the sloth. Those messages start at $25.
And for the music lovers, how about hearing Bruce Springsteen sing "Valentine's Day" on Valentine's Day?
The boss plays the Toyota Center Tuesday night, and tickets as low as $11 could still be found on the Tickpick website.
Meanwhile, R&B singer/songwriter Tank will also be in town performing at the Hobby Center. Tickets are still available and start at $55.
If you still need a last-minute gift, check out this guide with 14 ideas.
And on another note, Harris County Constable Precinct 4 is offering its own Valentine's Day special.
"Do you have an ex-valentine that you know has warrants? Or maybe they're driving drunk or have narcotics on board. This year, we have a very special gift for them! Just give us a call with their location and we'll take care of the rest!" Precinct 4 said.
We have a feeling you can rule out any chances of getting back together if you follow up on the offer.