A wondrous occasion like a wedding calls for a captivating cake that looks as fantastic as it tastes – especially in Singapore, where a love of food seems to be in everyone's veins. For a show-stopping wedding cake that matches your snazzy soiree, be it in colour or theme, drop a line to these fabulous bakers in Singapore...
Winifred Kristé Cake
If a breathtaking floral cake is on your wishlist, Winifred Kriste Cake hand-crafts the most realistic, delicate looking sugar flowers we’ve ever seen. Founder Winifred Lua learnt the edible art trade herself, and her hard work led her to clinching an internship with world-class cake artist Maggie Austin, as well as a chance to create sugar flower vases specially for Michelle Obama. Her team’s dreamy cakes have a soft, feminine air that would look right at home in an elegant garden wedding.
Winifred Kristé Cake, e. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mad About Sucre
This European-style confectionary shop whips up modern, French-inspired tiered cakes made from organic flour and natural ingredients. Their haute creations often include textured and 3D fondant details like vibrant butterflies and cute hot air balloons.
Mad About Sucre, 27 Teo Hong Road, Singapore 088334, p. 6221 3969.
Founded by a former food writer, Crummb’s stunning desserts have a sartorial, graphic edge – one of their recent creations was even inspired by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusuma’s polka-dotted masterpieces. Expect an eye-catching play on colour and elaborate details, from origami-like trimming to to edible gold-leaf accents.
Crummb, 80 Rifle Range Road, Singapore 588386 (by appointment only), e. email@example.com.
The versatile fondant wizards at Susucre can produce delightful cakes that suit your every whim, from sophisticated, blossom-covered cakes to cute, sculpted statement pieces. They’re also ace at creating pretty dessert tables loaded with sweet treats like French macarons, donuts, mini pies and candies.
Susucre, #01-03 Soho Life, 216 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427483 (by appointment only), p. 9867 2176.
The Audacious Cakery
Aside from delectable-looking pastries and cakes for tea, this quaint cafe is also adept at absolutely darling wedding cakes iced with fondant or buttercream. Macaron towers and elegant dessert spreads are also among their sugary specialties.
The Audacious Cakery, #01-61, 2 Everton Park, Singapore 081002, p. 6223 3047.
Lovers of all things rustic will swoon over of Butter Studios naked cakes – unfrosted on the sides so all that scrumptiousness shines through. The subtly striking beauties can be topped with fruits, flowers or a custom cake topper. Want to send your guests home with a sweet memento? Ask about Butter Studio’s selection of edible, customised wedding favours.
Butter Studio, 147 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208865, p. 6294 7115.
When designing a cake, the folks at Cupplets like to inject a bohemian vibe with precious touches like fresh flowers, berries sprayed in gold, flecks of gold leaf and watercolour daubs.
Cupplets, Blk 16 Ngee Ann Polytechnic, #01-03, Singapore 599489, e. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let Them Eat Cake
The decadent, European-style wedding cakes made by Let Them Eat Cake are often soft and feminine, with fabulous 3D fondant frills and embellishments.
Let Them Eat Cake, p. 93630386, e. email@example.com.
Bubbly baker Miss Goob’s cakes have a playful touch – we especially love her colourful ombre creations. For the insatiably sweet-toothed, her sinful Kinder Bueno and M&M cakes will surely hit the spot.
Goobycakes, #04-19 Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, 170 Upper Bukit Timah Road, p. 9820 8605.
This humble heartland bakery offers an array of mouthwatering cake flavours, including grown-up, alcohol-spiked options like lychee martini and Bailey’s. Their tastefully decorated cakes are a shoo-in for couples who prefer stylish simplicity.
Pine Garden, Block 529, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, #01-2369, Singapore 560529, p. 6457 6159.