I see the apologist already gave you the go-ahead.
I know several people who married during Lent. This happens a lot to couples where one or both are military, as the time to “come home and do it” happens to be Lent.
The objective is to keep it simple. “Simple” does not mean barren, ugly, or non-musical. It means if you’re planning a go-for-the-gusto wedding with fourteen bridesmaids in matching bright pink, every flower known to man and a few that have just been discovered decorating the church and reception, a portable waterfall streaming champagne at the reception with a whatever one wants menu and a 40 piece orchestra, wait until after Easter.