Tucked away just off of Scottsdale Road ASU Kerr Cultural Center is a gem of a wedding and event venue. Gorgeous, versatile, historic, intimate, unique… I could go on and on. I was excited to come on board for this project and to work with a fantastic team of wedding vendors. It was fun to visually explore this significant building.
ASU Kerr Cultural Center is named after Louise Lincoln Kerr, a composer, violist and patron of the arts. Her five-room house was built in 1948, and this studio in 1959 as a performance hall. Both buildings are natural adobe bricks made and dried on the property. The doors were hand-carved out of sugar pine by a Tucson artist Charles W. Bolsius. The east doorframe is made of empty beer bottles set into the wall.
Thank you to ASU Kerr for having me.
Venue: ASU Kerr Cultural Center
Flowers: Blissful Blooms
Photo Bus: Goof Booth Photo Booth
Cake: Honeymoon Sweets
Rentals: Bright Event Rentals
Tuxedos: Celebrity Tux and Tails
Wedding dresses: Laurie’s Bridal and Formal
Hair & makeup: Something Beautiful Styles
Jewelry: Designs by Claudias
Decor: Creative Succulents
Catering: Sierra Bonita Catering Company
Camelback views: Hyatt Andaz