It is never wise to rush marriage - it is a lifelong commitment that should never be made hastily. There is no way that you can guarantee a healthy marriage in any specific time frame. You can date and make yourself available to date by "putting yourself out there" - meeting new people and going to places where you can make new friends - but it is unwise to try to "force" marriage before you find the person you want to marry!
While it is not advisable, most couples can marry within 36 hours of filing for a marriage license. Upon receipt of the license, partners can seek a notary, judge, or clergyperson to sign the marriage license as an authorized officiant. Is this fast track a healthy approach? Usually not. “True love at first sight” is a myth. Healthy marriages are built upon mutual understanding, respect, and a tested love. These facets of healthy marriage cannot be obtained in a relationship that is only a few days old. Take time to know your partner and ponder your future before obtaining a license and “tying the knot.”