At my parish, I offered Mass two different ways for this Solemnity.
Last night, and this morning with the schoolchildren, we had all the "goodies" -- lots of music, incense, and chanting. Last night, I chanted the entire Eucharistic Prayer (Roman Canon, with all the saints of course!); today, I chanted the central part only.
For those interested, here is some of the music we had:
Opening: Litany of the Saints (traditional mode)
Preparation: "Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones."
Closing: "For all the Saints."
Now, here I am opening myself up for critique from liturgy experts (actual or self-appointed)...
In using the incense, I did something a little different. At the opening, instead of beginning the procession from the door of the church, I began it from the baptismal font, and went around the perimeter of the church, to the sanctuary.
Why did I do this, you may ask? Two reasons: first, to call attention to baptism (and to that end, I also used a sprinkling rite), and also, so that I could, in walking past the stained-glass windows, incense each of the images of saints.
Now, where did I get that idea?
Well, one of the options, for a saint's day, is to incense the image of the saint of the day. So, why not incense each saint's image on All Saints?
It worked pretty well--I did a single double-swing, which is less than I'm supposed to (triple-double for a saint, if I recall correctly), so maybe you can ding me for that. It didn't take all that long; when I finished by incensing the crucifix, we were completing the Litany. Also, everyone was watching what I was doing. In my homily, I explained it.
Oh, the other way I offered Mass was at 7 am. Very little music, I used Eucharistic Prayer II, a shorter homily, but nothing essential omitted: 35 minutes. Many say they really don't care for a "singy" Mass, but prefer a quieter one--plus it was a workday. So I decided, "something for everyone."