When my wife and I were getting married back in 1985, I bought her a pearl necklace (and I mean actual pearls, guys) that dadgum hurt to buy. They were a lot of money for a guy who was graduate theology and working part time at UPS. But, I wanted to get her something very, very, very special. She asked me what should she get for me as a wedding gift. Knowing what I had gotten her and what I thought would be a gift that would never get old, I said a Smith and Wesson Model 29. She blinked a couple of times and said she would ask her dad to sign for it (she was only 20).
Well, the wedding came, and I proudly gave her the necklace. She in her turn handed me a white family Bible. I asked about the Smith, and she replied that there was no way she was going to buy me a gun as a wedding gift. I would have gotten angry, but I was too busy thinking about the string bikini I had also bought for her and how she was going to look in it.
A man's got to have his priorities in order. Fortunately for you, you happened to find a fiancee who understands that you will need diversions, even in the first year of marriage.
Good for you.