Chely Wright finally found her happy ending after tying the knot with partner Lauren Blitzer last weekend, reports UsMagazine.comThe country singer, 40, met civil rights activist Blitzer, 30, just weeks after coming out. Last year Wright told NBC’s Today Show that she “was hiding. I was gay, and I didn’t want anyone to know that I was.” The differing religions of the two brides meant that both a rabbi and a reverend were present at the interfaith ceremony.

What do you do in a wedding if you and your partner have differing religions?

Cupid’s Advice:

When you and your fiance practice different religions, your wedding ceremony will have to be altered. Cupid has some tips on how to make an interfaith union a success:

1. Two celebrations: One option is to have two ceremonies, one for each family and each religion. This way you’ll make sure to accommodate everyone, and plus you’ll have two awesome parties to attend.

2. Interfaith: You can also combine your two faiths in one wedding by having, for example, both a rabbi and a reverend preside over the ceremony like Chely Wright and Lauren Blitzer did.

3. Compromise: If you’re not religious, but getting married in a church has always been your partner’s dream, be flexible and let he or she pick the place. Maybe that means you can choose the wedding cake.

What’s the best way to make sure no one feels left out in an interfaith wedding? Share your comments below.