sounds like our daughters. Our older daughter walked at 8 months and our younger daughter walked at 9 months (without support, they cruised earlier). It was odd -- they were practically obsessed with trying to walk, pulling themselves up most of the times we held them and fussing to be pretend walked. We used to sleep on a mattress on the floor, and the girls would boost their baby selves up to the edge of the mattress and cruise around and around the mattress, falling on the soft mattress as they leaned over it.
Because they walked early, our daughters did not crawl as long as I wanted them to crawl. I felt crawling was really important and so for our younger dd I even tried to move away things she could use to cruise. So she tried to use me. Our older daughter could not crawl at five months so she rolled over and over across the room to get from point A to point B. Our younger daughter didn't crawl until she was almost 8 months old, and then progressed way too quickly to walking.
There is a range when kids learn to walk. Yours is within the normal range, so just have fun and don't worry about people thinking you are pushing her. Every child is so different. I had a lot of angst, too, even calling ECI becuase I was concerned our daughters had not crawled long enough. So sad what new mothers go through, isn't it?
If your daughter goes through a lot of milestones early, not just walking, you can get practice for handling situations where other people think you are pushing her to do _____ (fill in the blank). It may be just walking. Stay true to yourself, don't push, but don't hold back, just let her bloom in her own time.