Betty Crocker Donates Cakes To First Gay Couples Getting Married In Minnesota
As Minnesota prepares for gay marriages to become begin this Thursday, August 1, the state's businesses are really taking the cake when it comes to welcoming the soon-to-be newlyweds.
Not only will there be multiple marriages, including one at the Chapel of Love in the Mall of America, but now Betty Crocker, the famous baking company owned by General Mills, which is based in Minnesota, has given wedding presents to some of the happy couples by providing them with cakes for their weddings.
GLAAD reports that Betty Crocker held a cake tasting at the Betty Crocker Kitchen at the General Mills headquarters in Golden Valley, Minnesota, for the first three couples who will be married on August 1. Margaret Miles and Cathy ten Broeke will be the first couple to walk down the aisle, followed by Reid Bordson and Paul Nolle and both couples will be married by Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak. The third couple, Al Giraud and Jeff Isaacson, will be married in St. Paul and all three couples were invited to the taste kitchen to sample the wedding cakes that are being made for their special day.