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Divi is a great choice for creating any type of website for the food industry. One that I find interesting is bakeries. Bakeries are a little unique in the food genre. They not only have food menus like most restaurants, they often provide specialized services for weddings and events. They have a specialized menu that’s great for photography and decorations. They don’t usually need a reservation system.
Fortunately, you don’t have to build bakery websites from scratch. There are lots of layouts and child themes available in the marketplaces to help you get started. In this article, we’ll look at 8 Divi layouts for bakeries to help you get a head start on your next Divi project. The layouts are in no particular order.
Bakery comes with 7 pages including the landing page, the home page, about, blog, contact, menu, and shop. It also includes lots of free images of all types of baked goods that you can use in your website without restrictions. The layout showcases your food menu so visitors will know what to expect, and your shop to help you sell online. The layout pack has lots of shades of brown that fit the bakery genre, background graphics for the menu page, and images with angled cutout shapes. I like the image of a string tied into a bow that’s used as a section separator.
Price: Free | More Information
2. Cake & Bake
Cake & Bake is a one-page layout for bakeries. The layout includes a hero section, products, testimonials, custom contact, and a custom footer. The layout has several CTA’s with photo backgrounds for online sales including one that overlaps two sections. The products section includes a custom filter with icons that fit the bakery genre. Each of the products is shown as a separate card with hover effects. The testimonial slider and contact information sections are placed over background images. The footer includes a section with a quote from the owner and an embedded Instagram feed.
Price: $35 | More Information
3. Cake Maker
Cake Maker is a 6-page layout pack that focuses on cake-making services. It has bold images and soft colors and comes with the landing page, home page, about, blog, contact, and services. Images are included and are free to use. The focus is on the cake-making services for special occasions and a call to action to help step your visitors through your sales funnel. The services page has lots of CTAs for custom orders, special occasions, and coupons. The layouts have lots of rounded corners, images, and section dividers. Headings are created with the Pacifico Font.
Price: Free | More Information
4. Anthem Foods Layout
Anthem Foods Layout is a one-page layout based on the Anthem child theme (the child theme is not required to use the layout). It was designed with bakeries, cafes, food blogs, and restaurants in mind. It includes a CTA for online ordering, CTA’s to provide information about your bakery, sections to show your services, sections to show the food, social follow, and contact information. Backgrounds, buttons, and fonts have lots of bold colors and gradients that make the design stand out.
Price: $20 | More Information
5. Donut Shop
Donut Shop is a 7-page layout pack with a focus on donuts and pastries and on special services such as custom orders and catering for events. Pages include the landing page, home page, about, contact, service, services, and menu. Images included in the layout pack are free to use. The menu page showcases images of each product. The single service page details each service and includes an FAQ, while the services page shows all of the services with styled icons. Many of the Divi modules have rounded corners to match the donut theme and overlap each other to give the layout depth.
Price: Free | More Information
6. Divi Bakery Page Layout
Divi Bakery Page Layout is a single-page design for any type of bakery, café, tea shop, coffee, or catering business. Sections include a slider, getting started, show-cased products, the team, and best-selling products. The layout includes lots of hover effects and animations. It has a CTA for online ordering, product sliders to show the food, a team section that shows the strengths of the bakers in bar charts, and a food menu in a mosaic with overlays for the descriptions and prices. The slider shows zooming background images in parallax.
Price: $8 | More Information
7. Cake Shop Divi Layout
Cake Shop Divi Layout is a one-page design with several sections including a header, about, products, number counters, testimonials, a blog, programs, and contact. The full-screen header includes a CTA for online shopping. A CTA section includes an image and can be used for any type of CTA you want. Food categories are shown with images in a 3-column layout that stacks the larger center images and displays taller images on the sides. Images include tilt and zoom effects that react differently depending on where the image is in the layout. Number counters include food icons and the text and numbers have a flip effect on hover.
Price: $10 | More Information
Foodies is a restaurant and café bundle that was designed for any type of website for the food industry including bakeries, diners, and more. It has multiple page layouts that include 5 home pages, 2 about pages, 2 contact pages, 2 blogs, 2 testimonials, 5 blurb styles, and 5 menus. With this number of pages and modules with alternate designs, it’s easy to mix and match to create a unique design for a bakery website with a food menu, booking system, sliders, filterable food gallery, blurbs for services, etc. The layouts include lots of hover animations for images.
Price: $22 | More Information
That’s our look at 8 amazing Divi layouts for bakeries to help you get a head start on your next Divi project. These bakery layouts have everything you need for any type of bakery website including specific pages, food menus, catering services, and lots more. If you need a Divi layout to help you get started on building a website for bakeries, this list is sure to have something to help.
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