Moe is the daughter of a high profile diplomat and grew up traveling the world. She became an interior designer and designed living spaces from California to Canada. She met Tim while designing his home in Southern California. They fell in love during the design process and got married in that home.
“We have a spiritual connection,” says Mo “perhaps we were connected in past life.” They met in 2003, and started dating in 2005. They almost got married in the summer of 2008, but they both felt it was not the right time. They solidified their relationship in March 2012.
“WE HAVE A SPIRITUAL CONNECTION” - MOE RAZI
“We fell in love all over again” remarks Mo, “I believe we were always meant to be together.
We have a deep bond.”
Tim remembers “When I originally met Moe, I was attracted to her outer beauty as well as her positive spirit and zest for life.” When they began dating, Tim admits he fell in love quickly and he truly thought that he had found his soul mate. “The first year together” remarks Tim, “was like a dream and was one of the best years of my life.” Over the next few years, although their relationship did not move to marriage right away, he always felt a kindred spirit and soul mate type of connection with Moe.
Tragedy occurred in his life and they were apart for a while, however he always felt something was missing when he wasn’t with Moe. “I wanted to be with her for the rest of my life” he says. “The addition and love of Moe and her daughter Audrey has brought back hope into my life! It’s truly a dream come true.”
Location: Private Residence; Photography: Gene Higa Photography; Cake: Christopher Garrens, Costa Mesa, CA; Caterer: Pamplemousse Grille, Solana Beach, CA; Planner: Wedding Elegance By Nahid, San Diego, CA; Event Design and Planner: Moe Razi Design; Floral Design: Adorations Botanical Artistry, San Diego, CA; Linen: Wildflower Line; Rentals: Classic Party Rentals; Rentals: Concepts Event Design
Stationery: Palettera; Wedding Dress: Christian Dior; Veil: Lanvin; Bride's Jewelry: Cartier; Groom’s Tuxedo: Cesare Attolini