I don’t think the local civil registrar in your area will issue a marriage license without complying with the statutory period of its issuance. Before a marriage license is given, it undergoes a ten day notice period to entertain any opposition to the marriage. Then it is issued after the completion of that period of publication or posting. If a license is issued without complying with the said requirements, and a marriage is solemnized on the basis of such license, the marriage, (take note) is still valid but you will put the registrar under a difficult situation because she will be liable criminally, civilly and administratively.
If your marriage, however, belongs to marriages exempt from the license requirement, then you can push through with it as scheduled.