TableArt Just Launched KPW Productions, a Full-Service Planning and Design Company

KPW designed this tented affair outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

KPW designed this tented affair outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

For over 25 years, Kathy Warden has been planning and designing gorgeous weddings and large-scale events throughout the Philadelphia area. In fact, you may even be familiar with some of the work—like these fun morning-after brunch boxes—done by her Wayne-based event design company, TableArt.

And while TableArt’s primary focus has always been the design, flowers, and overall décor of your affair, in the past ten years, Warden’s team has seen an increase in the number of clients who request their help with the actual planning, as well. “Our best events, and the ones that we’re most proud of, are those that we fully plan and design from start to finish,” says Warden of her inspiration to launch KPW Productions, a new full-service planning and design arm of her company.


Although KPW falls under the TableArt umbrella, the two will function separately, offering clients varying services depending on the needs of the event. And whereas TableArt caters to clients who have everything but the design aspect of their affair nailed down, KPW is better suited for those who are starting from scratch. “To the KPW client, the creative elements are most important,” says Warden. “We anticipate working with a lot of unique venues and tented spaces that can be designed for a one-of-a-kind experience.”

The KPW page on TableArt's website hasn't debuted quite yet, but in the meantime, take a peek at some of the weddings they've designed here.

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