Less is more with these Korean-inspired cakes!
Special gatherings and vacation plans may have been postponed or canceled because of the ongoing pandemic, but a simple birthday celebration at home shouldn’t be missed! Paired with a perfect cake, celebrating your special day at home can still be unforgettable.
If you have been thinking about your birthday cake, you might want to check out Korean-style cakes that are trending on social media. Made famous by Korean bakers on Instagram, these cakes feature simple design, pastel colors, and rustic textures.
The good news is that local bakers have jumped on the bandwagon, so these Korean-inspired cakes are now within our reach! Check out these online bake shops in Metro Manila selling trendy minimalist cakes for every occasion.
Aaegyo which translates to “cute” in Korean, this bakery in Quezon City live up to its name by creating delightful cakes in pastel colors. And they don’t just jot down “Happy Birthday” on their cakes — they put a spin on it by whipping a witty design to cheer up the celebrant!
For inquiries, visit Aegyo Cakes’ Facebook page.
Appealing to the eyes despite its simple designs, Cakes by Alyanna’s minimalist cakes bear a touch of sophistication with its clean look. They're pretty, quirky, and just plain adorable! Some of them are so aesthetically-pleasing that you'll want to keep it that way instead of eating them.
For inquiries, visit Cakes by Alyanna’s Facebook page.
If you feel like ordering a cake because your sweet tooth kicks in, why not order a minimalist statement cake from Carla Kusinera to give you a good laugh at the same time! Their dainty hugot cakes will definitely brighten up someone else’s day. The funny hugot lines totally make up for the fancy design and letterings.
For inquiries, visit Carla Kusinera’s Facebook page.
Effortlessly heart-warming, Daniel's Bakeshop in Quezon City offers aesthetic minimalist cakes staring at PHP1,450. Aside from pastel colors, they incorporate bold hues for a perfect balance between minimalism and artistry. You may choose from their cake flavors: Signature Chocolate, Red Velvet, Classic Vanilla, and Banana Walnut.
For inquiries, visit Daniel's Bakeshop’s Facebook page.
If you can’t express your feelings personally, then say it with a minimalist dedication cake from Wadough’s! They sure know how to help you express yourself out loud with their cute cakes that can make any celebration extra special.
For inquiries, visit Wadough’s Facebook page.
Home-based cake shop Cakes by Roxy in Pasay City has been known for creating elaborate custom cakes and cupcakes. With the trend on Korean-inspired cakes, they now also offer minimalist cakes at an affordable price of PHP500. Enjoy their 7-inch minimalist cake with three flavors to choose from: chocolate, vanilla, and mocha.
For orders and inquiries, visit Cakes by Roxy’s Facebook page.
There's something about the clean design of Sweet Myni’s minimalist cakes and the play of pastel colors. Their cakes feature simple, chic design in pastel colors with small details. Sweet Myni’ minimalist cake starts at PHP900 (7 inches).
For inquiries and orders, visit Sweet Myni’s Facebook page.
From fancy and decorative, The Butter Stylist now offers minimalist cakes in pastels and soothing gradients, finished off with simple lettering or dedication. If you want one of their creations to be given as a gift or for yourself, their minimalist single-layered Vanilla White Chocolate cake starts at PHP550 and serves up to three people.
For inquiries and orders, visit The Butter Stylist’s Facebook page.
Starting at PHP450, get your own 6-inch minimalist cake from Dear Cake in round tin can for safe and easy transport. It’s perfect as a gift for your loved ones from a distance or for simple celebrations at home. Their cakes are available in chocolate, red velvet, vanilla, and carrot with choice of cream cheese or buttercream frosting.
For inquiries and orders, visit Dear Cake’s Facebook page.
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Cover images grabbed from Wadough’s (left) and Aegyo Cakes’ Facebook pages (right).