I don’t even know where to start. All the PPs are right.
What hurry are you in to get married? I had to go back and read your first post in case I missed something, and yeah, there is more to it than you’re saying now. Your fiance proposed after you asked him for a break for whatever reason. And in your post, you said that you don’t think he’s insisting on getting married in a year just because he’s afraid to lose you. Let me state this plainly: um, yes, he is. A 19-year-old who has only dated you since he was 14 really doesn’t know how else to be in a relationship. Everything he knows about women, he knows because of you. Of course, if things were to end between you two because, let’s face it, you’re just now in college and getting a taste of the real world and gaining independence and getting to know other people, then he would have no idea how to date and how to be with someone who isn’t you, and that thought is obviously scary. I dated a guy for almost 5 years, on-off after a while, and we broke up when I was 18 (yup. THAT young.) but we always talked about getting married and living together when I graduated from high school and turned 18. Part of me always knew it was completely wrong to think like that, but the other part of me was young and rebellious and didn’t know any better. I dated 3 guys after him and when I met my now-husband (though not everyone knows this, but that’s a whole other story), we didn’t talk about marriage. We didn’t feel like we were in a hurry to get engaged and married. All that mattered was that we could be together. We decided to get married a little while ago so that we could move in together (immigration barriers) but we both agreed that we were really young, and that it would have been better if we had the option to wait and just date, live together, get to grow and become real adults. That said, however, we have both graduated from college with Bachelor degrees, we lived on our own (not together) and had college experiences, we both have a strong self-identity, we’ve been together 3.5 years, we had the chance to live together for several months, so we didn’t rush into it.
I guess what I am getting at is that you are completely in denial. Your instinct is telling you this is too fast and not right RIGHT NOW. You should just slow it down. Move in together, if that’s what you want (though I would not recommend it because a 19-year-old should experience freedom and living alone in college -do you want him to regret not having had time to himself after he’s already married to you?) but don’t plan your wedding now, just enjoy being together. You should enjoy college, graduate, pursue careers you both aspire to, and learn who you are as adults. I mean, you even mention in your previous post that neither of you is exactly financially independent. How do you plan to pay for a wedding and then the rest of your lives together? Do you really want to deal with the financial stress of a marriage so early on? Getting married at this point in your lives could truly ruin your relationship in the future.
And to answer your question, no, it does not make sense to get married right now just because you “know it’s right,” “it just makes sense to,” and “why not?”