Mickey Birthday Gift Set

For a non-traditional spin on birthday gifts, Diaper Cakes Singapore has a solution for you – our Mickey birthday gift set! Contains everything a 1 year old could need or want in a nifty little gift box, so you don’t have to go shopping at separate places for many things at once.

Mickey Birthday Gift Set

Diaper Cakes Singapore’s Mickey Birthday Gift Set

This gift box contains:

– “Made With Love” baby onesie (size 18-24 months)
– 1 pair Mickey shoes (13cm)
– 1 pair socks
– 1 satin adjustable bow tie
– 1 flannel cotton blanket
– 1 feeding bib – 1 Number 1 blue helium foil balloon (88x42cm)
– 1 Blue premium gift box and matching paper bag

At Diaper Cakes, we aim to be delightfully different, practical, adorable and the first name you think of at any baby related occasion! Our special birthday gift set for a 1 year old makes celebrations more memorable.

Diaper Cakes Featured In Local News

Diaper Cakes Featured In Local News
Proudly made in Singapore and proudly featured on Lianhe Wanbao last year, we aim to create and provide practical and affordable baby gifts for every baby occasion!

When you think of joy, celebration and something to commemorate a birth or a baby’s milestone……… we hope to be the one you think of too.

At Diaper Cakes, we are just delightfully different.

2 Tier Diaper Cake For Baby Clariss

You don’t have to see some people to fall in love with them, and from this Diaper Cake Phoebe gave, we know she must love Clariss a lot.

Baby Clariss 2 Tier Diaper Cake

This 2 Tier Diaper Cake hamper consists of the following goodies:

  • 25 “Huggies Total Protection” Disposable Diapers M Size (Suitable for babies 5-10 kg)
  • 1 Pair of Pre-Walker Shoes (Size 6-12 months)
  • 1 GUND Bunny Soft Toy Cake Topper
  • 1 ”Who Needs A Prince, I Have Daddy” Romper / Bodysuit
  • 1 printed Receiving Blanket (As shown in related product image)
  • 1 Pair of Socks
  • 1 Baby Bib

Talk about cute, practical and so very worth it. So there’s no need for you to fuss over what to give or what is or isn’t a good present, we’ve got it all sorted for you.

If you want a customised Diaper Cake with SAME DAY DELIVERY, you know to contact us at +65 9766 0661 or email us at contact@diapercakes.sg.

3 Tier Diaper Cake – Welcome Baby Avery!

3 Tier Diaper Cake For Baby Avery!
Not every baby is the same, so every baby’s welcome is different, and here’s a customised Diaper Cake for baby Avery as we wish the princess happy days ahead with her family.

This 3 Tier Diaper Cake baby hamper consists of:

  • 30 “Huggies Total Protection” Disposable Diapers in M Size (Fit babies 5-10kg)
  • 1 Pair of Pre-Walker Shoes (Size 6-12 months)
  • 1 Eeyore Soft Toy Cake Topper
  • 2 Rompers / Bodysuits (Size 6-12 months)
  • 1 Receiving Blanket (Whales blanket design as shown in related image)
  • 1 Pair of Socks
  • 1 Bib

Looking to order? Check us out here!

NEXT DAY DELIVERY AVAILABLE. Call 9766 0661 or email us at Contact@DiaperCakes.sg

Perfect Gentleman Eeyore Diaper Cake

Perfect Gentleman Eeyore Diaper Cake
Is your colleague or loved one having a baby?

Shout out to the little baby boy you know that’s going to grow up to be a fine, young gentleman! Present him with the loveliest Diaper Cake you know.

Here’s a 2 Tier Eeyore Diaper Cake that will be appreciated thoroughly by the recipient because this cake contains:

Consists of the following:

  • 25 “Huggies Total Protection” Disposable Diapers in M Size (Fits babies 5-10 kg)
  • 1 Pair of Pre-Walker Shoes (Size 6-12 months)
  • 1 Eeyore Soft Toy Cake Topper (see related image)
  • 1 Romper / Bodysuit (Size 6-12 months)
  • 1 Receiving Blanket (Blanket design might differ from image)
  • 1 Pair of Socks
  • 1 Bib

    Call 9766 0661 or email us at Contact@DiaperCakes.sg

2 Tier Hello Kitty Diaper Cake

2 Tier Hello Kitty Diaper Cake

She’d paint the world kitty pink, if the choice is hers. No one would be surprised if one fine day she purrs!

This 2 Tier Hello Kitty Diaper Cake is beyond adorable – that’s why it’s so popular for baby girls throughout.

Consists of:

  • 25 “Huggies Total Protection” Disposable Diapers in size M (Fits babies 5-10 kg)
  • 1 Pair of Pre-Walker Shoes (Size 6-12 months)
  • 1 Pink Hello Kitty Soft Toy Cake Topper
  • 1 Slogan Romper / Bodysuit (Size 6-12 months)
  • 1 Flannel Cotton 76x76cm Receiving Blanket
  • 1 Pair of Socks
  • 1 Bib.

For a delightfully different baby gift, Diaper Cakes Singapore is your go-to.

Next day delivery available.  Call 9766 0661 or email us at Contact@DiaperCakes.sg.


Best Fathers’ Day Blogs To Read

Most parenting blogs we know are written by experienced mothers and sometimes a handful of fathers. With Fathers’ Day in 5 days, we thought we’d take a look at amazing daddy bloggers in Singapore and across the world. We mean blogs written entirely by fathers (with the occasional post from their wives.) The best Fathers’ Day blogs appear here!

1. www.becominghomesg.wordpress.com
Written by a father who holds a job as a counsellor, this dad celebrated the birth of his child just 10 days after his anniversary, his blog posts are insightful, such as when his son was having lots of trouble falling asleep at night and some really interesting too.

2. Incy Wincy Spider

An online store that sells quality clothing and lifestyle products for children, daddy Darren also runs the blog and speaks of his every day life and activities with his family. This is one of the best Fathers’ Day blogs that showcase no matter what you work as or how successful you are, when it comes to taking your kid to a soccer game, you’ve still got to do it. (Heh!) As with any other parent, daddy Darren is very in love with his child, and his blog is a refreshing read.

3. Life’s Tiny Miracles

Fathers' Day Blog

This father of 2 – a girl who inspired the start of this, and a son they adopted, AJ, this blog is more introspective than most as it does not just talk about family outings or family craft days, it talks about the journey of adoption, how and what it’s like to be an adoptive parent, and things deeper than the average parenting blog.

When An Adopted Child Is Not A Normal Child.

4. Dad or Alive

Adrian Kulp‘s blog — with the same name as his 2013 book — Dad or Alive focuses on the “unexpected confessions of a stay-at-home dad.” Kulp’s writings take on quite a personal voice; spend half an hour on the blog, and you’ll feel as if you know his family. Kulp does a phenomenal job of blending his personal experiences with utility advice, as evidenced by posts such as “Decorating a Nursery using ETSY: These Entrepreneurs Are On Fire.

Kulp also conducts interviews with big names — the likes of Drew Brees and Jay Larson — about how they handle parenthood. Check it out for a new and refreshingly honest perspective on being a dad in today’s world.

Parenthood isn’t an easy journey, and sometimes we forget that fathers, though they are men, have feelings and opinions to share too. Give a hug to a dad you know, and cherish the moments and sacrifices they’ve made.

Family Time With Your Child

Now that the June holidays are nearing, it means your children have more time to spend at home (provided they’re not whisked off to co-curricular activities and enrichment classes.) They could spend the time plugged into a plethora of video games, watching the latest music videos and simply worsening their eyesight while training their handheld grip on their mobile phones, or they could spend quality time with you, making for a very precious holiday. And it does not even need to include plane tickets and a packed holiday getaway.

1. Have dinner together as a family.
Not only does it help you bond together as a family, as this CNN article reports, there is mounting evidence that kids who eat regular meals with their families do better in school, are more healthy and less likely to smoke, drink or get involved in drugs. Additionally, there is evidence to show that you as the parent can ward off stress by making time for family meals, and while saving money in the process. Family time can be delicious!

2. Don’t bring work home
Yes, work is never ending. But try to complete all your work at the office so that when you’re home, you can give your undivided attention to your family. This might mean a shorter tea break at work, but what is it compared to the quality family time you’re getting at home?

3.Arrange for a flexible work schedule
Arranging for a flexible work schedule if you can means that you can arrange your activities and deadlines as best as you can to accommodate your family’s needs as well as your job’s needs. Talking to your employer about this might not be as scary since this is a topical issue nowadays. This can help to add family time with your child.

4. Have scheduled family movie nights.
Who doesn’t enjoy a cosy movie at home? A tip that’s been circulating for years, this is something most families enjoy doing together.

Here are a few good family movie lists in case you are worried about running out of options.

And a neat article about making family movie night even more fun.
family time movie night

5. Exercise together
With obesity on the rise, ensure your children aren’t turning into couch potatoes themselves!
Simply take a few hours each week to have high-energy dance parties in your living room, walk or bike around the neighbourhood.

Ambitious athletes can even work up to a goal, like training for parent/child triathlons together. It doesn’t matter how you stay active — just find something everyone is capable of doing, and enjoy it together. Doing so will improve everyone’s quality of life, establish lifelong healthy habits and bring your family closer together. The Sports Hub has a whole host of interesting and fun sports activities you can do together at their facilities as well.

Singapore Coffee Festival

The Singapore Coffee Festival is Singapore’s first coffee festival. Held at the F1 pit building this year, it will appeal to every coffee lover and aficionado alive. So many cafes will be there at the festival this year as well as workshops and panel forums, you get to know all about coffee from bean to cup.

But if a weekend of brewing and chewing is even a little bit too much to ask for, and all you have at home is your trusty coffee mug and sachets of joe, that’s not too bad either.

But the unsightly coffee stains, that’s a little too bad.

It can be fixed though.

Kevin Bacon Spinning - Singapore Coffee Festival - Diaper Cakes Singapore


Mix 1 to 2 tablespoons each of baking soda and distilled white vinegar or apple cider vinegar inside your coffee mug. Add 1/4 cup of hot water. If cleaning a stainless steel, thermos-style mug, close the lid and shake vigorously. The baking soda acts as a stain eliminator, while the vinegar serves to deodorize.


Scrub the entire inner surface of your mug — not just the stains — vigorously with a toothbrush or sponge. Scrubbing all the surfaces ensures complete removal of any lingering coffee odors.


Rinse your mug with hot water. Allow it to dry. The vinegar scent may linger while the mug dries, but will disappear after a short time.

Remove Stains from Fabric


Add 1 teaspoon of white vinegar to one quart of water and mix well. Scrub the coffee stain vigorously with a cloth or sponge until the stain breaks up and disappears.


Place your clothing or fabric in a conventional washing machine if the vinegar and water procedure fails to thoroughly remove the stains. Add 1/4 cup of white vinegar, along with your preferred laundry detergent. Do not use bleach, because it will react negatively with the vinegar.


Place your clothing or fabric in direct sunlight to dry. Use a commercial dryer if no sunlight is available. It is essential that the clothing or fabric dries completely to prevent mildew from forming.

To make a really indelible stain on a new parent’s mind with your baby gift, consider a Diaper Cake – packaged with the essentials like diapers, rompers, baby bibs, baby pre-walker shoes and cute soft toys from every cartoon range you can dream of.

How To Pick Baby Shoes

You know how to buy shoes for yourself, you know that pointed toes don’t fit your feet well, and you know the arches of your feet are a little too low and need some extra support. Buying baby shoes might not be so straightforward though.

When buying baby shoes:

  • There’s actually no need to give your baby “ankle support”. For someone so newly mobile, those baby shoes don’t actually need to come in the form of high tops because while they are fashionable, they might be too tight for his/her growing muscles, and their muscles need room to develop and strengthen all on its own. So we can save those “cool kicks for babies” later.
  • Flexibility: The first shoes your little one wears should have soles that are super-soft. Make sure you can bend and twist them every which way, and even feel your baby’s toes right through the leather. An option you could consider is the Pre Walker Leather Baby Shoes.

  • While indoors, her shoes should keep her feet warm and prevent slipping on wooden or tiled floors.
    You don’t want a cow trampling your home grounds, but a cute cow pottering around would definitely work.
  • While walking outdoors,baby shoes should protect your toddler’s feet from sharp objects, and wet, dirty or hot ground.
  • Try to pick shoes that are easy and fast to get on and off. Velcro, buckles and elastic straps are popular choices. While shoelaces are fine, they can sometimes present a challenge with a non-cooperative toddler.

    Velcro Baby Shoes

    Just strap on and go!

  • A good fit is very important. Have shoes fitted properly by an experienced fitter to ensure that there is enough room for growth and the width is correct. A well fitted shoe should allow your child to act as though she has no shoes on at all. At this age, she shouldn’t have to ‘break’ her shoes in.
  • Don’t be cheap. It’s much better to have one good-quality pair of leather shoes than two pairs of cute shoes she can’t walk in properly.