In this chapter I will describe two ceremonies which took place in Morocco. I attended the first during the summer of 1997 in the city of Meknes. The purpose of the event was primarily the celebration of Hassan and Ferials' son's circumcision (hitan). The physical aspect of the ritual, the circumcision itself, had taken place previously in France where the boy was born while the religious and symbolic part of the celebration was performed in Meknes, the place of origin of the child's family. Unusually for Moroccan rituals, the child's parents also wished to celebrate their wedding at the same time, which had also already been formally concluded in France several years before. A third, more marginal aim was the wedding celebration of another member of the family Habiba, the child's father's sister, who had married in Holland, for the second time, some months before.