6 Cake Bakeries to Hire for Your Next Special Occasion

Check out these six bakeries and shops to order a celebratory dessert for your next birthday, wedding, anniversary and more.
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A cake from Whisk Me Away Bakehouse. Photo from Whisk Me Away’s Facebook page.

This article was created in collaboration with Rhode Island Commerce.

Even though we may not be able to host the parties we are used to, we can still celebrate with cake. Check out these six bakeries and shops to order a celebratory dessert for your next birthday, anniversary, special occasion and more.


Known for its dessert bar and custom cake shop, Sin creates sweets for every special occasion. All the products are made from scratch, and the store provides gluten free, vegan and eggless options for customers. Some of Sin’s flavored cakes include pumpkin, coconut, almond and red velvet. They also have lots of dessert options for purchase at the bakery.

How to shop: Sin is open for in person shopping from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, and on Fridays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The details: 1413 Westminster St., Providence, 401-369-8427, eatwicked.com



This vegan dessert shop elevates the dessert experience for all diets by providing tasty plant-based treats. The desserts are made from scratch daily and can be found at the new dessert shop in Warwick. Some favorites include the French macarons, edible cookie dough and beautifully-designed celebration cakes.

How to shop: Pre-orders can be placed on the website, celebrated.co, for scheduled curbside pickup.

The details: 901 Warwick Ave., Warwick, 401-787-8240, celebrated.co


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A cake designed by Cakes by Eboni.

Cakes by Eboni

Cakes by Eboni is Eboni Silva’s small, scratch-made bakery serving Rhode Island and surrounding Massachusetts areas. Custom-designed cakes and treats can be made for any occasion in a variety of flavors. She creates sculpted cakes, uses fondant to feature themes and uses drip techniques, fresh flowers and berries to create beautiful designs.

How to shop: This shop is by appointment only. Please call to place an order and arrange pickup.

The details: She works out of Feast and Fettle at 881 Waterman Ave., East Providence, 401-442-8084, cakesbyeboni.square.site


Sarcastic Sweets

This specialty mobile dessert shop offers a signature selection of sweets that customers love. Try some of the infused cupcakes which can be made with beer, cocktail or wine. The food truck also offers a range of gluten free, vegan and other allergy-sensitive dessert options.

How to shop: Sarcastic Sweets is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. On Fridays, they are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Saturdays they are open from 2 to 8 p.m. Online and in person shopping are both available.

The details: 2 Glasgow St., Providence, 401-368-5458, sarcasticsweet.com


Miss Vegan

If you are looking for wedding cakes and custom orders that are made with locally sourced and natural vegan ingredients, look no further! Most of Miss Vegan’s menu does not have artificial colors or preservatives. A retail shop, which is hopefully opening this summer, will sell cakes, cannolis, cookies, doughnuts, pies and more.

How to shop: The Miss Vegan storefront will be opening soon, but until then, there are several ways to order. You can place a customized order online, visit one of the pop-up markets listed on the ‘events’ page or find restaurants that sell the products by using the ‘find us,’ tab which will continue to be updated.

The details: 401-304-6464, missvegan.co


Whisk Me Away Bakehouse

Specializing in cakes, desserts and pastries, this shop is great for satisfying cravings. The menu changes every week and you can see what’s baking on pastry chef Morgan Gray’s social media pages. This week’s menu additions include dessert cups, Oreo cake slices, s’mores doughnuts, cake jars, savory buns and biscuits and more, but check back next week to see what’s next. Customers can also find the sweets at various markets and stores so everyone can enjoy the freshly baked goods.

How to shop: The menu opens up on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. and orders can be placed through Friday at 10 a.m. Pickups take place on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Special orders can also be placed and picked up throughout the week.

The details: 560 Mineral Spring Ave., Unit 107A, Pawtucket, whiskmeawayri.square.site



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