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Have Your Cake and Eat it, Too

These allergy-friendly wedding cakes will prove that you don’t have to sacrifice flavor to make all your wedding dreams come true.

Dairy Free

If you are lactose intolerant, or have guests who have a milk allergy, you'll want to check out this Fresh Orange Wedding Cake featuring buttercream frosting and a light airy apricot mousse. Top it with fresh flowers for a beautifully stunning look.

Gluten Free

With over 3.1 million people in the U.S. following a gluten-free diet, it’s a safe bet many of your guests would appreciate an alternative to the typical wedding cake. Providing a gluten-free option has never been easier with many big-name bakeries offering multiple flavors that fit this eating style. You can enjoy everything from classic vanilla to red velvet.

Sugar Free

Whether you’re watching calories, or want a diabetic-friendly option - this sugar-free vanilla cake with sugar-free chocolate frosting from Living Sweet Moments is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Alternatives such as stevia, Splenda, and Swerve often measure cup-for-cup for their sugar counterpart.


A classic white vegan cake will have your guests ooh-ing and ahh-ing. The rich flavor of vanilla with a subtle taste of lemon brings richness to this wedding favorite. All that’s left is to finish it with a vegan-friendly vanilla icing and a cute cake topper that represents the couple.

Wheat Free

With everything from coconut, almond, and rice flour alternatives more readily available, your wedding cake can be both wheat free and delicious. These wheat-free white wedding cupcakes with bourbon frosting can even be baked in advance and frozen until the big day.

Photo by Kristin Crawford Photography


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About the Author

Kennan Buckner

Kennan Buckner

Kennan is a wife and stay-at-home mom to Jaxson and Caden. She has a BA in Mass Communication/Journalism from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and has many years of experience as a writer and photographer. She now uses her skills to run Marken Media Co.(www.markenmediaco.com), a company she owns with her husband Marcus.


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