I was so excited when the owners of Root Public House approached me to help them design their new restaurant. They wanted a modern, bright and open space with outdoor dining. The old Mad Italian Bar was the perfect location. This project was especially fun as the Mad I was one of my favorite bars to go to when I was in college. The space had been through a few renovations and was in desperate need of a facelift. The new owners were on a tight budget so we had to be creative.

We painted the walls, wainscoting and trim three different shades of white to keep the space bright. Installed new modern lighting, furnishings and tile. The bar top and tables were custom made from an old tree in Arkansas. We found a tree root and made a unique chandelier out of it. We added an aspen tree wall, up cycled an old door into an art project by adding moss panels and hanging it from the ceiling with rope. We separated the dining room and bar with a custom metal & rope divider from Silvertone Fabrications. The end result a clean, modern space with amazing food and cocktails.


photographer:  Hannah Rose Gray  interior design:  Kim Duncan Design  custom metal divider: Silvertone Fabrication lighting:  All Modern & Dot & Bo furnishings:  All Modern  tile:  Flagstaff Design Center


When the owner of Historic Barrel + Bottle asked me to help design her wedding I was thrilled. Carole is an amazing business woman who is creative and driven and has created an amazing brand with Historic Brewing.  Having worked with her and her family on all three of their tasting rooms, I have gotten to know her well and understand her fun and eclectic style, so of course there were all kinds of fun touches and surprises through out her day.


Carole & Jeff really wanted a relaxed and fun soiree with family & friends.  The ceremony & reception took place at Indian Gardens Park.  I love that Carole's brother & best friend was her Man of Honor.  Jeff & Carole opted to walk down the aisle together versus having her mother & father give her away.  The bride and her friends made thousands of paper crane garlands which hung in trees and added a magical backdrop for the ceremony in Oak Creek Canyon.  Long family style tables dressed in white linens, roses, succulents & gold candles set the stage.  The groom owns and is the amazing artist behind Mayware Ceramics  made all of the favors, custom wine cups.  Dancing, drinking and fun where the theme for the evening.  A flash mob surprised the groom with a recreation of Michael Jackson's,  Beat It.  A silent disco was a fantastic finale to the evening. The day was perfectly captured by the amazing Betsi Ewing!


photographer:  Betsi Ewing Photography  event design + coordination:  Kim Duncan Design  paper goods: Kim Duncan Design floral design:  Heather Laflame  rentals: Bright Event Rentals  custom toasting cups:  Mayware Ceramics caterer:  Satchmo's BBQ beer truck:  Historic Brewing  venue: Indian Gardens Park  dj:  DJ Mikey Pro  silent disco:  Silent Storm dress: Vintage  brides shoes:  jewelry:  Family  grooms suit: Bonobos  ms suit: Bonobos  

Flg Terroir | Featured On Niche Modern Blog

I am so excited that Niche Modern featured Flg Terroir on their blog last month.  Their Spark Modern Chandelier was the perfect fit for the space!

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Remodel & Rebranding | Flg Terroir Wine Bar & Bistro

I was so excited when the Wine Loft, now known as Flg Terroir changed hands and the new owners approached me for the design of the remodel.  The Wine Loft, had a great selection of wines, fun games and a wonderful and knowledgable staff but the space lacked ambiance.   

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Doug & Pam Brozovsky met and fell in love at the wine bar, so when it came up for sale, they jumped at the chance to buy it.  They wanted the space to be comfortable, beautiful and intimate.   We achieved that by removing the white popcorn ceilings, the commercial carpet and institutional furniture.   We were excited to find the beautiful open beams underneath the drywall in the ceiling and decided to leave them exposed.  We tiled the floors, refaced the bar and built a banquet on one of the walls.  Reitz Builders built mid century modern benches in the window area to create a comfortable lounge area.  Vintage wine decanter lights from Hudson Goods hang from the ceiling in sunk in lounge.   Restoration Hardware pendants hang over the custom metal bar top from Silvertone Fabrications and Chip Barstools from Blu Dot add a modern touch. A custom chandelier from Niche Modern illuminates the skylight in the center of the room.  We added an open kitchen in the back of the  space which offers small plates that perfectly compliment the large wine selection.

The space was completely transformed and now feels modern, warm & inviting.  

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photographer:  Brenna Zumbro Photography  interior design:  Kim Duncan Design  architect:  Up Design Studio  contractor +  carpentry:  Reitz Builders   metal countertops:  Silvertone Fabrications  painters:  Certa Pro  paint products:  Sherwin Williams   flooring + tile:  Floor Coverings International communal tables:  Just Rustic   pendants + flush mounts:  Restoration Hardware  custom chandelier:  Niche Modern  decanter pendants: Hudson Goods  sconces:  Rejuvenation  cyclone tables:  LexMod  bar stools:  Blu Dot bar stools:  Bo Concepts chairs:  All Modern  upholstery: Joseph Noble  coffee tables:  Eric Trine


I was honored to be a part of Flagstaff Shelter Services annual fundraising event Feast For Flagstaff.   A variety of local restaurants provide a sampling of their best dishes as well as local beer tastings.  This year was special as the amazing documentary photographer Amy S. Martin did a photo expo of many of the individuals who benefit from Flagstaff Shelter Services.  

When the director Ross Altenbaugh approached me to help with their event, she was looking to do something different this year.  I really wanted to find an open warehouse space to host the event.  I also wanted to incorporate an art element into the event that would be moving and would connect with people.  Amy Martin did an incredible job of capturing the raw emotion in each individual as well as beautifully telling their stories.  


An empty warehouse at the Flagstaff Airpark was the perfect space to host our event.  I wanted it be industrial and showcase all of the amazing photos and stories.  We hung the photos on walls throughout the space as well as suspended old bed springs from the ceiling to display some as well.  Long tables with white linens and lots of greenery were placed down the center of the room as well as lounge seating and high top tables.  The event was a great success and  I cannot wait to work on next years!


photographer: Amy S Martin Photography  event design + coordination:  Kim Duncan Design  paper goods:  Kim Duncan Designs   floral design:  Celebrations Event Floral  rentals:  Bright Event Rentals  photography exhibit: Amy S Martin Photography  venue: Flagstaff Air Park


I was once again honored to work with Modern Luxury/Scottsdale Magazine team on their Great Escape Party hosted at the Scottsdale Airpark.  East meets West was the theme and the party took place in a hanger and outside on the tarmak.  It was a beautiful event.


The hanger was perfect for an East coast vibe.  White sofas, light up tables, a city scape gobo and amazing chandeliers from Hinkley Lighting.  Outside was more casual with a small canopy with leather sofas from The Buffalo Collection, a rustic chandelier and models decked out in travel gear.

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photographer: Haute Photography event design + Styling:  Kim Duncan Design rentals:  Bright Event Rentals rentals:  Kool Party Rentals  leather furniture:  The Buffalo Collection linens:  La Tavola Fine Linens  chandeliers:  Hinkley Lighting  floral design:  Cactus Flowers  venue: Jetlinx at Scottsdale Airpark caterer:  Jennifer's Catering  fashion:  Neiman Marcus jewelry:  Coffin & Trout  cars:  McClaren Scottsdale  sound + lighting:  Arizona Stage Sound & Lights 

Space Reimagined | Click Co-Work

When Da Vinci Real Estate had a great idea to turn an old photography studio into a co- working space, I was so excited and wanted to be a part of the project.  The 100 year old building had gone through a few transformations over the years, including the local newspaper building and was John Running's photography studio for many years.  The client wanted a clean, modern and open space that was comfortable, professional and a creative fun place to work. 

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The building had a lot of original elements including vinyl floor tiles, concrete pillars, skylights and a tin ceiling.  Over the years the space had been partitioned off with multiple walls so the space was dark and compartmentalized.  We opened up the space and installed Flor carpet tiles in various colors and patterns to warm it up.  Old bowling ally lanes were repurposed for a communal work station, conference table and kitchen bar.  A conference room was added with glass panels, wall paper and a custom made metal barn door from Silvertone Fabrications. During construction we uncovered an old elevator which is now a call room for having a private conversation.  

Power in the middle of the room was challenge as we couldn't plumb through the floor.  I had the idea of building a divider with conduit and wood slats that would serve as a decorative element as well as solve the electrical issue.   There was also a huge window that was bricked in over the course of the buildings history so I found textured wall panels and filled the space with them.  

The end result is a modern loft space.  I love the space so much that I have a desk here!


photographer:  Brenna Zumbro Photography  interior design:  Kim Duncan Design  architect:  Up Design Studio  custom metal work:  Silvertone Fabrications  painters:  Certa Pro  paint products:  Sherwin Williams contractor:  Patrick Martin  desks + file cabinets:  CB2  desk chairs + stools:  All Modern  flooring:  Flor Interface lighting:  Ikea  conference room pendants:  CB2  


Anastacia and John wanted an elegant and sophisticated destination wedding in Sedona. Anastacia had much of her day planned but needed a little help pulling it all together from New York.  Anastacia and John wanted to incorporate their love of sailing, passion for food  and dancing into their day.  John had to have an emergency appendectomy the night before they were supposed to fly to Phoenix but was a trooper and still managed to pull off  a special surprise.  He and his groomsmen sabered bottles of Veuve Clicquot after the ceremony.  It was an amazing evening.


The ceremony was held out on the deck of the Agave  with it's beautiful red rock views as a backdrop.  The reception room was set with round tables with blush, lace linens from La Tavola Fine Linens, gorgeous tall urns filled with white lilies, roses and ivy from Events By Showstoppers.  Guest tables were named after places the couple have sailed to and boat names. 

A choreographed first dance included the bridal party and  The Hamptons continued to rock the night away and got everyone out on the dance floor.  Katrina and Andrew of Sedona Bride captured the day perfectly as always.


photographer:  Sedona Bride  cinematographer:  Serendipity Cinematography  event design + coordination:  Kim Duncan Design  paper goods:  Minted  floral design:  Events By Showstoppers  rentals: Bright Event Rentals  linens:  La Tavola Fine Linens  cake + cookies:  Sedona Cake Couture ceremony + reception venue:  The Agave of Sedona  caterer:  Sedona Trail Catering  entertainment:  The Hamptons hair + makeup:  Liz Margin, Sedona Beauty Team transportation: Red Rock Magic Trolley  +  Roscoe & Louie  photobooth:  The Traveling Photobooth  officiant:  Rev. Susan Perry dress:  Ramona Keveza  shoes:  Badgley Mischka


Kendall and Nick grew up in Flagstaff so Forest Highlands was the perfect venue for their elegant Fall wedding.  They were married in the Meadows Club House at  Forest Highlands Golf Club, enjoyed cocktail hour on the lawn and ate and danced in a beautiful white tent.  After the reception concluded, guests moved back into the Meadows Clubhouse for more dancing and a late night snack bar.  The entire day was captured by the amazingly talented Cameron + Kelly Studios.


We really wanted guests to feel like they were experiencing a different event as they enjoyed each part of the day.  The ceremony was more rustic with a palate wall decorated with framed photos of the couple and marquee letters.  A beautiful Aspen arch adorned with floral was placed at the alter.  Guests then moved out to the lawn for cocktail hour.  Lounge areas were created with wooden benches and coffee tables.  Cocktail tables were draped in floral and stripe linens with bistro lights strung overhead.

The reception tent's taffeta drapes remained drawn until we were ready to sit guests for dinner.  We kept with a simple and elegant color palate of whites, golds and grays.  We mixed Chelsea Natural linens and Pearl Drop Snow linens from La Tavola Fine Linens for the round guest tables and a blush lace linen for the head table.  We mixed gold and gray chivari chairs and hung 3 smaller chandeliers and one grand one from the clear top tent.  Paper flowers and vintage frames added a textured back drop for the dessert table. Romantic floral arrangements from Sarah's Garden were mixed with peonies, garden roses, white hydrangeas, eucalyptus and daisies in honor of Kendall's mom.  

After dinner we staged the bride and groom on a white dance floor which was draped off and the bridesmaids opened the drapes when the music started.  White ottomans, a contemporary communal cocktail table and white sequin linens made for an elegant dance party.  The evening was spectacular.


photographer:  Cameron + Kelly Studios event design + styling:  Kim Duncan Design  planner + day of coordinator:  Kim Duncan Design place cards:  Kim Duncan Design  floral design:  Sarah's Garden  rentals: Bright Event Rentals  linens:  La Tavola Fine Linens  ceremony + reception venue:  Forest Highlands Golf Club  catering:  Forest Highlands Golf Club  cake + cupcakes:  Sugar Mamas  entertainment:  Got You Covered  hair + makeup:  Friend of Bride


I was so excited when the owners of Historic Brewing asked me to help design their new tasting room in downtown Flagstaff.  They wanted an urban and industrial feel for the space.

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The space was partially renovated so it was really a blank canvas.  We added a brick backdrop for the keg handles, that was whitewashed and their logo was hand painted on it.  Old printing press numbers identify each of the beers.  The bar is a mixture of steel, old barn wood and Ann Sacks penny round tiles.  I really wanted to suspend a table from the ceiling, Reitz Restoration  and Steve Smithers helped me design an amazing  steel and barn wood table.  An old pulley and gas cap made a unique, industrial light fixture.  Old palate wood was attached vertically and horizontally on the entry wall to add texture.  We thrifted and found lots of items to upcycle, an old locker was repurposed to hold merchandise, vintage metal bread pans now house silverware.  The art was inspired by a great portrait the brewery used for an ad.  Drawings of the owners and brewers make a personalized art wall.  


photographer:  Stellar Photo  interior design + styling:  Kim Duncan Design architect:  Up Design Studio contractor + carpenter:  Reitz Builders electrician:  Hound Dog Electric painters:  Certa Pro paint products:  Sherwin Williams metal work:  Steve Smithers  hand lettering:  Chalk It Up art panels:  Danny Martin


When my friends Maraka and Paul wanted me to help design and execute their intimate wedding and their reception I was honored.  The canyon is a magical place and it is where Maraka and Paul fell in love. They invited fifty of their closet friends and family to join them for a beautiful ceremony at Shoshone Point on the South rim of the Grand Canyon.  They would host a reception two days later for 175 of their family in friends in the courtyard at 1899 Bar & Grill.

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The couple wanted and intimate wedding day that was elegant with a vintage flair.  We used family style tables with ivory shantung linens and floral garland and candles.  Guests enjoyed cocktail hour on the deck of the Thunderbird Lodge while watching the sun set over the Grand Canyon. The day was captured by Andrea Scheel Photography.  It was truly magical!  


photographer:  Andrea Scheel Photography  event design + coordination:  Kim Duncan Design  paper goods:  Kim Duncan Design  rentals:  Bright Event Rentals  floral design: Keah Kaye Designs  ceremony venue:  Shoeshone Point  reception venue:  Thunderbird Lodge  caterer:  Thunderbird Lodge  cake:  Thunderbird Lodge  hair + makeup:  Jesse Hornbeck, PinUps Salon entertainment:  Jeff Nickell  officiant:  Miles Mason


Megan, Wes and their families were a joy to work with.  Megan knew that she wanted a day that was filled with family, friends and fun.  Her dream was a pretty and romantic open air wedding with lots of texture and flirty floral.


We mixed family style and round tables with different textured ivory La Tavola Linens,fruitwood chivari and wood folding chairs.  Each round table had a lantern with a gorgeous floral wreath around them created by the ever so talented Sarah's Garden.  Lanterns, gold candlesticks, mercury glass and smaller arrangements lined the family style tables creating an elegant feel. We created his and her bars, hers white and gold, while Wes's bar was wood and more rustic with vintage cigar boxes.  Guests danced in an open tent with camel color taffeta draping while bistro lights and a chandelier added a romantic glow.  Thank you Lexi Moody Photography for capturing the day.

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photographer:  Lexi Moody Photography  event design + styling:  Kim Duncan Design  planning + coordination:  Kim Duncan Design  paper goods:  Kim Duncan Design floral design:  Sarah's Garden  rentals:  Bright Event Rentals  linens:  La Tavola Fine Linens  venue:  Forest Highlands Golf Club  caterer: Forest Highlands Golf Club  cake:  Free As A Bird Bakery  entertainment:  Ellagant Entertainment  hair + make-up:  Kjerste Glassy


Vanessa and Matt were married in an intimate winter ceremony in December and now wanted to celebrate their union with 150 of closest friends and family.  Their backyard in their North Scottsdale home was the perfect venue.  It was black tie affair with a Mexican theme. Guests were greeted by a beer burro in a sombrero and champagne while mariachis were playing in the back ground.


The really wanted a beautiful event that was fun and festive.  We added two small tents in the backyard with chandeliers.  We brought in the same whitewashed farm tables we used at their celebration in December and added round tables with black and white striped linens and vineyard chairs.  We paneled the front of the white bar with black and gold paper and we brought vintage radios to honor Matt's career as a morning show host for KNIX and vintage cameras for Vanessa.  Beautiful pink, green and blush floral arrangements and gold candlesticks were placed on each table.  Lanterns and flowers were floated in the pool and string lights created a beautiful glow.  The night was festive, fabulous and lots of fun!  Congratulations again Vanessa and Matt!


photographer:  Alex Siordian  event design + coordination:  Kim Duncan Design paper products:  Kim Duncan Design  floral design:  Celebrations Event Floral rentals:  Bright Event Rentals linens:  La Tavola Fine Linens  cake:  Stacked Cakes  entertainment:  Mariachi Azteca De Ora + DJ SMYLZ  Photo Booth:  Snap Photo Booth  catering:  Los Olivos  furry bartender:  Haul Ass Productions  venue:  couples backyard

Intimate Winter Wedding

Vanessa and Matt both love the outdoors and wanted to join their families together in an intimate winter wedding in the pines of Northern Arizona. Due to their busy lifestyles (Vanessa owns Bliss Boutique Photography and Matt is part of the KNIX morning show, Ben and Matt In the Morning)  they needed a little help planning and styling their winter affair. Snow was a must and luckily we delivered.  The ceremony and reception consisted only of immediate family,  Matt's two daughters, Emma and Lily, Vanessa's son Dylan and daughter, Lexi and of course Penny the dog!  They are a beautiful family and I was honored they chose me to help make their day special.


Vanessa really wanted a romantic wedding in the woods with snow.  Celebrations Event Floral brought in vintage sofas for guests to sit on and created an amazing branch and floral arch for them to get married under.  They danced in the snow with their loved ones surrounding them immediately after the ceremony.  

Vanessa has great style and brought cute decorations from her home like the vintage fireplace mantle that we leaned against a tree, a skull and mirrors we used to stage the space. She wanted a rustic, urban edge to her day so Matt wore jeans and a tweed vest and coat while the girls were all in cream knit dresses and tights.  A long whitewashed farm table was lined with gorgeous floral arrangements, candlesticks, pinecones and mini baguette place cards.  Robin Cadigan Ceramics made custom toasting glasses for each guest.  It was a magical day!  Thank you Wes from Bending the Light Photography for capturing all of the details.

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photographer: Bending the Light event design + coordination:  Kim Duncan Design  paper goods:  Kim Duncan Designs  floral design:  Celebrations Event Floral  rentals:  Bright Event Rentals  vintage sofa rentals:  Celebrations Event Floral  cake:  Sedona Cake Couture  custom toasting cups:  Robin Cadigan Ceramics  baguettes:  Tinderbox Kitchen  caterer:  Pine Top Catering  venue:  Private Residence


Whitney & Richard met and fell in love at the Arizona Snowbowl so it only seemed fitting that they get married there.  The lodge is very rustic and Whitney really wanted the space to be more sophisticated with accents of white and gold.  We draped the entire lodge in white organza and added white and gold lanterns over the dance floor.


Cocktail hour was held on the deck and consisted of a white bar, market umbrellas and a lounge area. We used different textures of white linens on round and long tables with gold chivari chairs in the reception.  We hand painted white  prayer candles gold and white and green elegant floral arrangements designed by Events by Showstoppers were placed on each table.

Richard is an avid music lover and his favorite hip hop bands logo was incorporated into the place cards as a surprise.  We painted vinyl records gold and used them along with gold painted paper chargers which were upcycled from another wedding as a back drop behind the cake table.  Cameron + Kelly Studios captured the amazing day beautifully!

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photography: Cameron + Kelly Studios  floral design:  Events by Showstoppers   event design + styling:  Kim Duncan Design  planner + day of coordinator:  Grand Plan Events  rentals: Bright Event Rentals  head table & cake table linens:  La Tavola Fine Linens  ceremony location:  Church of the Nativity  paper goods: Kim Duncan Design    reception location: Arizona Snowbowl catering: Arizona Snowbowl videographer: Simply Cinema   hair: Northern Arizona Glam Squad  makeup: Northern Arizona Glam Squad   cake: Thornagers Catering  entertainment: Raymond Cantil  

Rustic Contemporary Home

This rustic, contemporary home is set in the mountains of Northern Arizona.  The homeowners love contemporary design but also wanted a home that would fit into their rustic surroundings. I think we created a home that is beautiful and functional for this family of four.


The homeowners had a great sense of style and knew what they wanted their dream home to look like.    We incorporated contemporary kitchen cabinets made from zebra wood with honed Caesar Stone Countertops.  A recycled 5" quartz countertop covers a white island.  A custom metal fire place surrounds gray brick adding a cozy feel to the living room.  A mixture of wood and tile added texture and warmth.  


photographer:  Jake Bacon Photography  interior design:  Kim Duncan Design contractor:  Everest Construction  architect: Boulderview Design & Drafting  painters:  Certa Pro  custom metal work:  Silvertone Fabrications  reclaimed barn wood:   Issac Page


Marissa and NIck wanted a vintage and rustic wedding in Flagstaff.  Foxboro Ranch was the perfect venue with it's beautiful views and rustic lodge.  Marissa a venue coordinator herself,  had most of her day planned and really just needed our team to pull it all together.  It was an honor to celebrate this sweet couples day with them!


Marissa wanted a rustic space with a vintage flair.  We brought in family style wooden tables, with moss green pintuck runners, vintage, mis matched dishes and lots of gorgeous floral arrangements from Boka Event Floral. The couple were married on the bridge, enjoyed cocktails on the lawn.  Guests moved inside for dinner and dessert and enjoyed dancing under a canopy on the patio later in the evening.  Thank you for capturing all of the magical moments of the day Courtney Sargent Photography!


photography:  Courtney Sargent Photography event design + coordination:  Kim Duncan Design paper goods:  Kim Duncan Designs  floral design:  Boka Event Florals rentals:  Bright Event Rentals + Verve Events & Tents cake + dessert table:  The Cottage Place caterer:  The Cottage Place  ceremony + reception venue:  Foxboro Ranch entertainment:  Starz Entertainment  makeup + hair:  Brushed Inc.  offciant:  Jon Miller


Ally & Whitney were the sweetest couple.  They met while working at a summer camp and they wanted the Jewish ceremony and reception to have a similar vibe.  The Forest Highlands sports park was the perfect venue.

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The girls really wanted a casual, outdoor event, with a picnic vibe.  Guests received monogram blankets as their favor that also doubled as their escort card.  We mixed long family style tables and round tables.  Wildflowers in mismatched vases, vintage bottles and candles lined the tables.  We alternated olive green and cream floral & lattice napkins and offered guests cheese and bread on cutting boards as they were seated.  The guests danced the night away to the Nate Williams Band.  The day was beautifully captured by Harrison Hurwitz Photography.


photographer:  Harrison Hurwitz Photography event design + styling:  Kim Duncan Design floral design:  Shawn Foster Wright Floral Design rentals: Bright Event Rentals  ceremony + reception venue:  Forest Highlands  cakes:  Jacqueline Rose Cakery  entertainment:  Nate Williams Band  hair + makeup:  Patricia Vega

Romantic Ranch Wedding

Sarah & Dennis wanted their wedding & reception to feel like home.  Segner Ranchproved to be the perfect venue with it's breathtaking views and cozy lawn area.  


Family style farm tables with floral garlands and a mixture of gold and silver plates set the stage.  Beautiful floral by Celebrations Event Floral hung from the willow tree giving the space even more of a garden feel.   The entire day was captured Keith Pitts Photography.


photography: Keith Pitts Photography  event design + styling:  Kim Duncan Design   day of planner + coordination:  Grand Plan Events  floral design: Celebrations Event Floral    paper goods: Kim Duncan  Design rentals:  Bright Event Rentals ceremony location: Segner Ranch reception location: Segner Ranch  catering: Big Foot Catering  hair  & makeup: Liz Margin  transportation: White Tie Transportation  entertainment: Johnny Swoope


Caitlin is from Wisconsin and Eric is from Arizona so it only seemed fitting to have their wedding and reception at Foxboro Ranch as the lodge sits on a lake in the forest.  They got married on the bridge and enjoyed cocktail hour outside and then went inside the lodge to enjoy dinner and dessert.  The beautiful day was captured by Courtney Sargent Photography.


Caitlin wanted a bright and fun wedding that included her favorite colors of turquoise, gold and hot pink.  We incorporated blue vintage bottles, white and gold chevron paper runners and lots of candles.  A candy and dessert bar was full  of goodies and custom cups were made for their signature cocktails.  An old canoe held bottled and canned beer for guests during cocktail hour. The party moved back outside fro dancing under the stars.  It was a fantastic evening!


photographer:  Courtney Sargent Photography  event design + coordination:  Kim Duncan Design  paper goods:  Kim Duncan Design  day of planner:  Liz Mohler  floral design:  Foster Wright Floral Design  rentals:  Bright Event Rentals entertainment:  Sam Kiles Band + Sam Vulaca cake:  Heather Hiser  caterer:  Eddie Nassar  ceremony + reception venue:  Foxboro Ranch  hair stylist:  Tessa Keller  makeup:  Laura Burton  offciant:  Duane Middleton