Honesty, I was thrilled when our wedding was over. I didn't want to deal with it and all its details for one more second. My husband and I sat down after our honeymoon, looked at each other and said "Oh my god, that was great. And, back to real life - finally!" Ha.
We married at 30, however, and were/are knee-deep in career building. Those are our goals. Both of us are passionate about being the absolute best at our chosen paths that we can be and we were both excited to getting back to it. Neither of us wants a whole house right now (who has time to clean that?) but a child is something we'll discuss in the near future.
You are 24. What kind of job are you working? If you don't like it, what would you like to do? Take the steps to make that happen. Make finding a new job in an area you love your new project.
Also - no one hands you money as you get older. At 24, you're barely past entry level in anything so it's not like you're going to be making insane amounts of money. That's life. Like anything, you put your time in and reap the rewards of your dedication. You have just started up that ladder so don't expect to be rich or even able to buy a house right now - that's normal. You'll get there. If you don't expect to have everything by 25, then you won't be disappointed.