These Malaysian bakers can whip up a gorgeous (and delicious) cake that would surely impress your Mum this Mother’s Day
Some mothers appreciate the beauty of a bouquet of flowers while others might prefer something more 'long-lasting'. We say adapt that floral imagery onto something edible and everyone will be happy! We round up some of the prettiest flower-inspired cakes made by Malaysian Instabakers for your kind consideration.
Just looking at owner/baker U-Mae's Instagram, you may just feel like ordering every single of her cake creations. Whether the flowers are by buttercream piping or added as a topper, every design is elegant and flawless.
Li San clearly has a unique eye for designing cakes — they can be minimal, feminine or dramatic. Recently, the baker has been experimenting a new style inspired by Japanese pottery so you can be sure she'll be open to any of your wild ideas.
Scroll through Favory Flavor's feed and you'll find most of her cakes to be inspired by flowers and succulents. She's relatively new to the local Instabaker scene but her intricate buttercream piping skills shows it's the result of a lot of practice.
Whether you (or rather, dear Mumsy) prefer a simple or an elaborative cake, Bakes & Inks will definitely churn out something worthy for the occasion. A self-taught baker who uses premium ingredients, she also does private workshops on making Korean buttercream flowers should you rather DIY.