I agree with setting a date several months in the future so you have time to lose weight in a way that's healthy for your body, so you can keep it off long term. That being said, I'm getting married in a month and will be getting married in a size 22 wedding dress. It's not what I wanted, and it's not my ideal size for sure, but I didn't have my "coming to Jesus" moment about my weight until a few days ago. ::shrug:: and calling off a wedding for something like my weight just seems a little superficial. It's not about how you look that day; it's about the love between you and your fiance and promising to build a future together, for better or for worse.
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