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Thought mummies here will be interested in these website.
i was so impressed by the creativity and figurines of the cakes that they make.
- Specialising in Wedding Cakes & Celebration Cakes (Singapore)
Can you recommend where to get pretty and delicious birthday cakes? I usually get from eCreative, but was thinking of other options. Thanks!
Prima Deli not bad
you can try www.emicakes.com.sg, their cakes are quite ok and reasonable
Recently just order the photo-cake for my 2nd dear daughter bday on 22nd this month..
~ Sweet Secrets PhotoCakes ~
I got my baby's one month cake from below:
Pink Ginger by Nee
customized mickey mouse cake is what I had...
So many other cakes shop .. i think i got more choices aso ..
i used them for my girl first birthday.
this year got it from cupcake obesession
If you are looking for cakes which are freshly baked on the day itself you collect with no chemicals & preservertives, you can try www.creativeculinaire.com
Thanks dearies for all the inputs.
Domique, hows the pricing and taste of the cakes? It look richly sugar-coated.. isit very sweet? Thanks!
Actually, I dont think such cakes exist .Originally Posted by Ottermum
For designs which would thrill the children, the cake must be "hard" enough ... the butter cream & sugar coating will never be "nice to the palate" .
My girl's 2nd birthday cake from cupcake obsession.
i like the design except for the banner which i've requested.
a bit plain i personally thought.
all of nikki's favourite cartoon characters get together.
this's the first time i've tried fondant cake, not so bad after all.
except that the sponge cake itself isn't too sweet so that it won't be overly sweet when taken with the fondant.
nikki's first birthday cake was from pine garden.
i like it better black forest and triple layer chocolate.
except for the figurines are hard to get.
was lucky back then, managed to find a set of pooh and friends figurines at ebay.
from what i understand, most of pine garden cakes have a little liquor contents to bring out the taste.
at that time i requested one flavour to be liquor free so that kids can enjoy including my one year old nikki.
though the liqour content is a safe level for they had explained.
i thought photos will be a good memory her when she grow up.
so har for viewing pleasures oni.
this one from cupcake obsession was around $150.
around the same price with pine garden for her 1st birthday but this one was so much smaller. hehe
www.b-i-y.com. They have loads of cake decorations and cake moulds for DIY.
was looking for something light in taste compare to pine garden, but end up wasn't to my preference.
i like cakes that are chilled.
but was told that fondant cake if placed inside the fridge will have like water droplets/moist on the outer layer and may take some time to dry up.
the remaining of the cake i placed it inside the fridge which taste so much better.