An interfaith wedding is not about splitting your ceremony in half, but incorporating aspects from both your backgrounds as well as including features which represent your relationship and your personalities. Readings and music are two ways of doing this, as is what you wear. Incorporate some fun aspects like getting your MC to teach your guests how to say “congratulations” in your respective languages. You could also arrange a dance lesson before your wedding ceremony (if dance is a big part of the celebrations) so everyone can get involved in the fun.
Hopefully your wedding planning will go a smoothly as falling in love but don’t despair if you hit a few speed bumps in planning your interfaith or multicultural wedding. Remember that compromise is a key element of a happy marriage, so planning your wedding will give you lots of practice.