DO NOT GIVE UP THAT LICENSE. We never know what tomorrow may bring and you might find you need to work as a nurse. I wish you every happiness but think you are a little off balance due to all the excitement of having just married, moved, etc. and should not make a huge decision to throw away your career at this time. God forbid but your new spouse could become ill, the money could all disappear, just a million things can go wrong. Sorry to say these negative things. I know they are not what you want to hear. But I believe you should be cautious and sensible. Unless ou are totally, totally wealthy and totally secure that that condition will never end and how many of us can REALLY say that? In life, we are usually up one day and down the next. Yeah, we can often get back up but why chance it?
Get an inactive license if need be monetarily, but DO NOT GIVE UP THAT LICENSE. It's your bread and butter, your insurance policy. Take a leave of absence and stay home for a while if you are sick of Nursing, but do not throw Nursing away completely.
Yes, there are lots of other jobs available but few of them pay as well as Nursing. I would enjoy working as a receptionist or a hotel desk clerk but can't afford to do so. I have thought to open my own business - florist, day care, motel, wedding planner, lots of ideas - but just haven't got the internal ummph to do it. Maybe you do and I wish you well but I still think you will regret it if you ever totally throw away your Nursing.
Congrats and best wishes.