Rev. Ray Moore has performed numerous weddings over the years. He's found that all of them are unique and has learned from each one. Honing his craft as an officiant, he understands each part of the ceremony, it's meaning and purpose and brings that to every wedding, enriching the ceremony to create a truly holy union.​

 

Karen began her studies as an artist attending the Art Institute of Atlanta.  She later began a career in the hospitality industry in varous roles:  travel agent, event planning, Director of Catering, floral design and, most recently, as a Flight Attendant. Her insightful sense of style and a knack for muti-tasking amid controlled chaos highlight Karen's ability to get the day done in style and with flair.

With Ray's dynamics and Karen's design eye, they make for a practical and free spirited team.  Their diversity in their approach to life makes for a perfect balance!  We both want your wedding day to be beautiful and memorable and come off with only one hitch, yours!

 

Let our experience and the love of our craft assist you in the most imporatant day in your life be perfect! 

About  Us

            Officiants

          Rev. Ray Moore

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    Rev.Jeannine Clemens

Rev. Ray Moore has been ordained since 1988 as a non-denominational Christian minister. He performed his first wedding ceremony in 1991 and has officiated at many weddings since then. In addition to that, Ray taught at a seminary in Berkeley, CA for 11 years, instructing on writing, performing and the legalities of ceremonies.

Rev. Jeannine Clemens has been ordained since 2012 as a non-denominational minister. Rev. Jeanine's life calling has been to be a facilitator and negotiator, bringing people from varied backgrounds together, bridging the differences and finding common ground. A natural officiant! 

Ray and Karen had the honor and privilege of having Jeannine officiate their wedding! Her calming presence and groundedness set the mood for a very loving celebration.