CELIA CAKES IN THE NEWS

Boston Magazine recognized Celia Cakes' success in an article entitled "Against the Grain" in its February 2013 issue, noting "Vita Cohen, of Arlington's Celia Cakes, left a law career to decorate organic, gluten-free cakes, and she's been so inundated with orders that she now requires a $500 minimum purchase." 

Celia Cakes received front page coverage in the Arlington Advocate on March 8, 2012.  The article was an in-depth look at the business and how it began. 

In the October 28, 2011 issue of Platinum Weddings Magazine, my clients Robyn and Eddie, who had their reception at the State Room in downtown Boston, raved that "the highlight of the wedding was being able to enjoy the exquisite cake provided by Celia Cakes of Arlington, MA, which was a delicious gluten free dense almond cake, chocolate ganache filling and orange buttercream frosting."

The Boston Examiner recommended Celia Cakes for brides and grooms looking for a gluten free wedding cake like Chelsea Clinton's cake

Read about how Celia Cakes got started in the story called "Former Lawyer Raises the Bar on Gluten-Free Confections" in The Boston Globe on May 2, 2007 that brought this small bakery into the limelight! 

BLOGGERS

Many clients have taken to the web to describe their positive experiences with Celia Cakes.  To learn more, visit:

 

"Sorry, I Can't Eat That" to read about Allie's initial consultation and tasting appointment and her wedding cupcake tower

"The Good Eatah" to see Liz's mini wedding cake and engagement party cakes;
These personal webpages to see how much Elise and Amanda enjoyed their gluten free wedding cakes.

"Sugar & Spice and My Gluten Free Life"  Celia Cakes supplied the center piece dessert for the Gluten Free Cooking Spree, hosted by the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness at the Back Bay Events Center in Boston in September 2008, and received a glowing review.


 

Celia Cakes was recognized by the Arlington Patch as the "perfect option" when looking for gluten free desserts in Arlington, MA.

 

Grub Street Boston recommends Celia Cakes as "where to eat" for gluten free desserts.