With so much emphasis these days on the cake and the flowers and the color of the bridesmaids’ dresses, it’s sometimes easy to forget that the ceremony is the heart of the wedding — without it, there would be no need for anything else.
For many couples, the ceremony is a piece of cake, so to speak. The specifics are determined by the priest, rabbi, minister, or even the justice of the peace.
But what happens when the bride and groom practice different faiths? According to a Pew Research Center survey, 27 percent of all married adults have a religious affiliation different from their spouse.