A truly special wedding cake holds different layers of meaning at your reception. Of course it’s the delicious dessert that is served to your guests right before they hit the dance floor.
But even more importantly, it is the symbol of you and your partner’s future together. A future that will be filled with love, commitment, and many years of happiness.
Leading up to the big event, choosing the perfect wedding cake can be a delicious adventure for the bride-and-groom-to-be. There are countless decisions for you to explore. At Naturally Delightful, we look forward to helping you navigate these choices. We’ve outlined some design categories and considerations below to help you get started.
7 Reasons why you should order a gluten-free wedding cake (even if you don't have gluten sensitivities)
Planning a wedding is the perfect opportunity for a couple to discover ways to celebrate their love, values, and lifestyles with their friends and family. While most people would agree that the wedding is all about the bride and groom, coming in a close second place is the wedding cake. And as health-conscious trends continue to gain popularity, many brides and grooms are opting for gluten-free wedding cakes, not just for dietary reasons, but also to create a memorable and inclusive experience for all guests.
When you order from Naturally Delightful, our Green Bay bakery will create a wedding cake that serves a larger purpose than just a crowd-pleasing, delicious dessert. Below, we've outlined a few reasons why a gluten-free wedding cake is the right choice for your big day.
One of the common lessons many people learned during the pandemic was to no longer take the opportunities to get together with loved ones for granted. It is not always easy to recognize how special something truly is, like going to a friend's house to watch the Super Bowl or a family member's to celebrate a birthday, until it's withheld for awhile.
However, now that in-person parties have a renewed value, making the most of each experience should be a priority. Many people would agree that second only to the people at these gatherings is the importance of the food.
Food means so much more than just satisfying your appetite. When people have something common to share and enjoy together, it lightens the atmosphere, promotes socializing, and opens the door for memories and nostalgia.
No matter the occasion that you attend, you want to arrive with a tray of treats that everyone agrees is delicious, but you also want those goodies to agree with everyone's dietary needs. The best way to simplify and accomplish this task is to make sure that whatever you bring is gluten-free.
At Naturally Delightful, our services extend beyond the food creations that we make. Our Green Bay bakery is also a place where we invite conversation with customers about a variety of dietary topics.
One common question that we often receive around November and into December is, "What are some ways to stay gluten-free through Thanksgiving and Christmas?"
This is an important topic for those who follow a gluten-free lifestyle, but it is also very relevant to their friends and family who support them.
As the owner of a Green Bay bakery that is organic, gluten-free, and vegan, one of my top priorities is keeping a high sense of ingredient vigilance for everything that I make. I recognize that my customers at Naturally Delightful (many of whom have food allergies, food sensitivities, or other specific dietary needs) put their confidence in me to deliver a product that is delicious, safe, and healthy. And it is my 100% commitment back to them to stock my kitchen with only the best brands that I fully trust.
As the owner of Naturally Delightful, an allergy-friendly Green Bay bakery that specializes in organic, vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free products, the primary purpose of my job is to make delicious food for people with all dietary needs and backgrounds to safely enjoy.
However, it is also my job, and in my business's best interest, to stay up to speed with the ebb and flow of the many different food trends. So when ketogenic became a mainstream option for low-carb and high-fat nutrition, I knew that I needed to make products that fit this description available in my bakery.
Naturally Delightful now offers several different items that help our keto-customers cut the carbs without having to cut the taste. We prepare ketogenic cakes, cookies, cupcakes, muffins, energy bites, and cheesecakes that promote ketosis, the body's process of breaking down protein and fat for energy.
Dairy has a well-deserved spot on the Mount Rushmore of balanced diets. It provides a variety of health benefits and is an optimal source of many important nutrients and vitamins. Unfortunately, there is a population of people who understand all too well that just because something is good for the average person, that does not make it good for everyone. There are between 30 and 50 million people in the United States who are lactose intolerant. And almost two percent of children under the age of four have a milk allergy.
The dairy alternatives market is steadily growing as people are recognizing that traditional and flavorful recipes are still possible to enjoy with substitute ingredients. Even people who do not experience lactose intolerance or have a dairy allergy are choosing to tap into the benefits of going dairy-free:
Of course, all of that sounds great, but the actual process of going dairy-free is a lot easier said than done, right? Well, yes and no. Change, no matter what kind it is, can always be a challenge. However, once you commit yourself and make a few minor tweaks to your grocery list, you will find that you can make almost anything equally (and often even more) delicious with a dairy alternative.
Your individual health is an elaborate equation that consists of many different variables. Some of them, like genetics, are out of your control. However, what you choose to put in your body is a conscious decision that you make multiple times every day.
If you are looking for a diet that will improve your health in a variety of ways, it may be time to explore what vegan has to offer.