I'd make sure the school you want has a flexible program. My school requires a number of courses in sequence (quite common) and they aren't offered in both fall and spring semesters. So if I were to skip a term, I'd set things back by a year. And once you're really rolling, your brain might not deal with remembering everything after a break. I'm in the first clinical term and wish pharm weren't a faint memory from a year ago! Even things from Health Assessment last term are sometimes fuzzy.
I too got married in grad school - had a destination wedding in my first semester in fact. We were gone a week, counted our week at the resort as a honeymoon, came back and I put my nose to the grindstone. I cleared it with my professors at the start of the term and they were pretty flexible - I didn't have anything due in that period. Was it fun? Not so much. But I didn't want to wait on the wedding, didn't want to wait on grad school, and in the end it's our day-to-day lives that matter. If I'd been able to start in the spring without consequences I might have.
Just make sure you know what you're getting into.