I've been married for almost three years now, and it has been the best three years of my life (that is not to say of course that there have been no problems, but it has always been worth it). Rogue is right...it does go slowly once you're married (but quickly at the same time...it'* like "wow, feels like we've been married forever" and "our wedding day seems like just yesterday" at the same time :P ).
I wish you two all the best (though no wedding is perfect, just a warning...there will always
be something that goes horribly wrong that day; but it'* the marriage that matters, not the wedding
I will give you one piece of advice though...something that has made profound changes in my life and marriage. I never knew this until a kind old man who has had many ups and downs in his own marriage but has been successfully married for many decades told me during some hard times in my own, but it is the best advice I have ever recieved in my life. If you both live by this your marriage will go on forever.
Love is not an emotion, it is an act, and a choice that you make every day.
Sometimes the fuzzy feeling will subside (it is inevitable...ask anyone who has been married for a long time), or you may start to have it for someone or something else (start feeling for a co-worker or friend, or start directing that love towards things like money, cars, or other things), but it is your choice
where your love goes. If you wake up every day and say that reguardless of how she acts, what she does, and how you feel, you will love her and put her ahead of everyone and everyhing in your life (and she does the same for you) you will always have a strong marriage.
I hope that'* not preachy...it was just such an important realization for me and my husband...I don't want anyone else to go without it.
Anyway, congrats again, and enjoy it.