On September 2016 I had the honor to be invited to a traditional Berber wedding in Erfoud Morocco, a small town laying at the edges of the Sahara Desert, few miles from the Algerian border, and hundred miles from the biggest city. Two brothers were getting married at the same time, the whole town was coming together to celebrate. I was welcomed with kind smiles and sweet mint tea, almonds, dates and honey. And granted access to every step of the ceremony, an old ritual that went on for four consecutive days, and nights. Here are some shots I had the privilege to take, while trying to blend with the local crowd.