Is it that time of the month when we crack our brains to think of an ideal gift for that precious little child during baby shower parties? No fear! We’ve got you covered with this gorgeous Winnie The Pooh diaper cakes!😉
Check out this super cute Winnie The Pooh Diaper Cake and I’m sure with this you’ll never go wrong impressing your loved ones!👍
This stunning cake was made specially for the precious newborn Alonzo and his devoted dad, William! 💓
Alonzo’s Winnie The Pooh diaper cake baby gift was delivered FREE to Chai Chee. If you are looking for a unique baby gift in Bedok Mall or Bedok Point, go to Diaper Cakes! Free next day delivery as well.
The impressive 1-tier diaper cake consists of:
- 18 “Huggies” Disposable Diapers (M Size – Fits babies 5-10 kg)
- 1 Pair of Winnie The Pooh Pre-Walker Shoes (6-12 months)
- 1 Flannel Cotton Receiving Blanket (76 x 76 cm)
- 1 Feeding Bib
- 1 Disney Winnie The Pooh Soft Toy Cake Topper
Wrapped in an impressive 46cm tall gift box that’s exclusive only to Diaper Cakes Singapore.
Not sure how big 46cm is? Here’s a photo of our cake beside a standard 500ml mineral water bottle.
Well, though you cannot eat them, they are yummy enough to surprise anyone!
Thank you Karen and the Plans Team from NUHS for your support!
Hungry for more such adorable diaper cakes?
Check out www.diapercakes.com.sg for more!
What are diaper cakes?
Diaper cakes are not real cakes that you find at the bakery! These ‘cakes’ are the perfect baby gift for new and expecting parents. They are cute, memorable, and perhaps most importantly, practical for both the mom and baby.
At Diaper Cakes Singapore, we provide next day Free Delivery within Singapore. So if you order today, you can expect to receive your Diaper Cake the next day. Need to send baby some love but you’re overseas? No worries! We ship our Diaper Cakes overseas too. Overseas shipping fees apply.
Fun facts about Winnie The Pooh:
Here are some fun facts about our adored childhood character! Did you know: Winnie the Pooh first appeared in print the London Evening News in a story called “The Wrong Sort of Bees” published on December 24, 1925.