I send something to someone. /I send to someone something.
I made a cake for my mother. /I made for my mother a cake.
I know with certainty that in these pair of sentences the first ones are grammatically correct; however, I have doubts if it would be possible to put the prepositional phrase before the direct object like the second cases of the pair of sentences. I know that if we have the direct and indirect object , we should put the indirect object before the direct object, so my question is not centred on that but on how it would work out the sentence with a direct object and a prepositional phrase.