One of the great advantages of having a mixed faith ceremony is that there is not yet an established way of doing them. This can give rise to a lot of innovative liturgical responses. Some couples will agree to have just a rabbi officiate and to make use of normative jewish traditions, as far as this is possible. Other couples will wish to be more creative. There are also couples who will wish to have two officiants to represent both religious traditions and to either have one ceremonial after the other, or when possible to combine the ceremonies together in one. This can take some sensitive and diplomatic negotiations, but can be very satisfying when the right balance is found. The booklet about Mixed Marriages which can be found and downloaded on the Documentspage will give you more information about the structure of such ceremonies. To go to this page, click here.