Congratulations on your progress. You've made huge changes!
Keep it up and be patient. Take those measurements. The scale doesn't tell the whole story. Also know that when you first make changes, weight drops like gangbusters. Once that initial water-weight loss is trimmed off, things slow down some.
Know that you are doing the right thing, getting more healthy each day, and treating your body the way it deserves. Keep doing what you're doing, Take your measurements and let the magic happen. It will. Just sometimes stalls for a short bit near the start. Keep kicking ass! You're doing great (Also take those pics for comparison)
Just something to think about. Take a look at Staci's (Spezzy) pics on her Instagram, FB, or NF Blog story. She's the size of a 120 pound woman yet she's over 150lbs. Do you see any fat on her? Nope. She's solid muscle, and that weighs a lot. The scale certainly doesn't tell her whole story, nor will it tell yours, or mine. I was 326 pounds in 2013. I promise this stuff works
TL;DR Don't trust the scale. Trust the tape measure, mirror, and how you feel physically. Keep fighting and pat yourself on the back for your achievements along the way!!