Richmond Welcomes Vegan Bakeshop Celebrated

The plant-based brand opens new cafe in time for spring specials


Though the formerly Warwick-based vegan bakeshop treats every day with revelry, Celebrated has an extra reason to live up to its name this season. Owner and pastry chef Becky Morris recently set up shop in Richmond, allowing the brand, which has become synonymous with petite plant-based macarons, to flourish.

“Our ‘celebrators’ are now able to dine in our new brick-and-mortar shop in addition to having take-away treats,” says Morris. “We’re excited to offer a full espresso menu in addition to a variety of new breakfast pastries, including croissants, muffins, and scones.” Responding to the community’s cravings for fresh loaves, Celebrated will also rise to the occasion by partnering with a local bread vendor.

With a mission of making sweet indulgences available to anyone, Morris set out to prove that vegan eats don’t have to sacrifice on taste and quality when she first opened Celebrated. “We embrace the idea that everyone should be able to partake in eating delicious pastries, regardless of their allergies or dietary preferences,” says Morris. “We veganize traditional favorites, such as French macarons, cookie dough, and oatmeal cream pies.”

Swing by the shop this month to find a pastry case filled with vibrant, floral macaron flavors including Lychee Rose, Lavender White Chocolate, Pear Chamomile, and Lemon Olive Oil, or place an order for Easter-themed goodies. With an emphasis on the special moments in life, Morris crafts custom cakes and dessert orders for events, including spring soirees. “We suggest a dessert table filled with bite-sized citrus cookies, fresh fruit tarts, and strawberry shortcake trifles,” she recommends.



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