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We did not do one. I personally feel that it would be awkward to attend a wedding where there was an altar call. I guess it's because I feel that the ceremony is about the bride and groom, not about the salvation of the guests. I like FPA's idea of making it known that there are people to talk to after the ceremony if anyone wants to talk about it.
I never heard or thought of that. Usually, the readings, hymns and declaration of marriage led by the pastor is a good indication of your faith and where God resides in your life. However, if you feel led to do it, then do it. I would fit it in at the end after the bridal party exits, have a pastor there in case there is anyone who needs prayers. That way it is not an awkward silence. If people want to stay back they can or they can leave to congratulate the bride and groom.