Love it or hate it, everybody seems to spend their Valentine's Day a little differently.
For most people, Valentine's Day is still all about the flowers, chocolates and balloons.
At La Fleur flower shop it was "organized chaos" as they described it. They were making deliveries all day and still taking orders all the way up to the last minute.
"We do have a lot of last minutes, we have people in the store right now. We have people in the store right now. We have people on the phone still wanting dozens of roses. Unfortunately we have gone through all of our dozens of roses that we could possibly do," said the owners of La Fleur.
Over at PerrBear Chocolates, it was a steady flow of customers coming into the store picking out the perfect arrangement of treats for their sweethearts.
Balloons were also a hot gift item this year. Business was good at Dan D Party Corner where people came to grab just about any kind of Valentine's Day balloon you could think of.
"It has been crazy. I started out this Valentine's Day season with about 50 different specialty balloons, most character balloons and now I'm down to just about this. Our character balloons and now I'm down to just about this. Our character balloons have gone really fast and I'm almost completely out of those. I'm kind of down to your generic Valentine's balloons now," said balloon specialist Lizz Jelsma.
But not everybody did just the regular this year.
While cupid was shooting arrows, friends Donald and Stephanie decided they'd shoot some Valentine's Day themed targets at the Laramie County Shooting Complex.
"It's definitely not your common flowers and candy. This is the gift that keeps on giving. It's better. For us it's fun," said Donald.