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Old 12-02-2006, 05:38 AM   #541
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Here are a few photos of the cake they made for my DD's birthday. We asked for anything to do with POTC as she's pirate mad. We left the design up to them and this is what they came up with. DD loved it, she said it was the best cake she's ever had!

It was made by the GF bakery as we ate at Citrico's. We chose marble cake with the white chocolate mousse filling. I also asked for icing (rolled fondant to you guys???) rather than frosting, we don't like that. The whole picture and frame was edible. It was the most delicious cake we've ever had!






I also have a photo of the Cars cake from the Boardwalk but wasn't sure if anyone had posted that already?

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Old 12-02-2006, 06:40 AM   #542
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I would love to see your cars cake!!!! Please post....
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Old 12-02-2006, 09:53 AM   #543
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Hello!!

Could someone please share the picture of the Mickey Dome cake????

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Old 12-02-2006, 03:10 PM   #544
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Could someone please share the picture of the Mickey Dome cake????

THANKS!!!

Here's the photo scanne sent me in a PM. I hope it's okay with scanne to share the picture with the DIS. Isn't this cake adorable??? Too cute!

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Old 12-02-2006, 06:02 PM   #545
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please post the cars cake...with detailed description and prices.!

Isn't cars Pixar? I thought they couldn't do pixar?

The Mickey Dome is really cute! I can't tell from the picture if it is bigger than one serving....what is inside, and how much?
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I also have a photo of the Cars cake from the Boardwalk but wasn't sure if anyone had posted that already?
Yes!!! Please, please post your picture!!!!


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Old 12-02-2006, 07:20 PM   #547
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I didn't order this so unfortunately I have no details. I saw it in the glass counter of the Boardwalk Bakery so I just took a photo of it. I know.....I shoulda got details....... sorry!



We are heading back in 2 weeks so if no-one else has more info by then, I will find out.
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Old 12-02-2006, 08:30 PM   #548
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Are any of the bakeries better then another? On the line between a cake at MK and one being delivered to our room at the WL. Any one have any suggestions? Are all the recipes about the same?

I am down to the wire and need to make a decision really soon (need to call Monday if I'm going to do it!). It's a graduation cake/x-mas theme....
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Old 12-02-2006, 09:59 PM   #549
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help? too much cake?

Hi all, I ordered a 10" marble cake with raspberry filling, chocolate ganache, mickey & tigger figurines from the WL. They were extremely helpful with everything. Unfortunately they only have a 6" standard buttercream cake you cannot customize and then it jumps to 10" cake which can be customized.. No 8" anymore.

So I have a 10" cake being delivered to a wishes cruise for 3 people next week. Cost is around $58 which includes figures/delivery fee of $3 & 18% gratuity. I just read it will feed 16 people!....now I am rethinking...and thinking I should cancel and order maybe something else from private dining, cookies & milk or something that won't be wasted. I can always fit the bday cake in some place else...

I wanted everything to be perfect, but I am going overboard....They took my credit card #, will I have any problems cancelling and changing my order? When does your cc get charged. Will they be annoyed?
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Old 12-02-2006, 10:38 PM   #550
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They don't charge your card until the day of. I doubt they'd be upset at all if you wanted to cancel as long as you gave sufficient notice.

As for which way to go, that's up to you. I'm not sure what I'd do. I tend to go overboard myself, lol. We had an 8" cake for 7 people and still ended up throwing away a piece when we came home. They said it served 8, and I'd agree that it would have been 8 nice sized servings. We had ours at CM's though, with a dessert buffet and full tummies to boot, so we cut rather small slices. We took the rest back to our villa and a couple of us had more later in the trip.

I was going to order a 10" cake when I called, and the CM talked me out of it. I'm glad she did, because it would have been a waste of money since we didn't even finish the 8" one. It was really good though!
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Old 12-03-2006, 01:52 AM   #551
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Kona Queen do you reacall the price for the Pirates one? Also for the life of me I can't remember if you can pick a cake up from G, ot not. I believe you can't, but thought why not confirm it. I wonder if Boardwalk could do the same thing and deliever it to AKL, or at least let me pick it up. Thanks in Advance.
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Old 12-03-2006, 04:16 AM   #552
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Kona Queen do you reacall the price for the Pirates one?
Total was $55 + tax. It was $25 for the cake, $15 for rolled fondant and $15 for the photo image They asked for a credit card hold deposit in case we didn't show at the restaurant, but they didn't charge our card, the full amount was put on our check at Citrico's so we got the 20% DDE discount on it.
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Old 12-03-2006, 08:28 AM   #553
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Okay... got if figured out. Since LadyMar said that all you can order from the WL customized now is 10" (way too much for 2 adults and 1 child); I am going to order from the MK bakery for our CRT lunch!!!! I want a X-Mas theme (in celebration of my graduation from Grad School). Woo.... Finially decided on something...
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Old 12-03-2006, 09:50 AM   #554
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Thanks for your reply jcemom!
I just called the WL and cancelled the 10" cake, it would have been too much wasted cake. I spoke to the same person as yesterday, who was understanding and very nice.
I could still get the 6" but it's either vanilla or chocolate buttercream and we are not crazy about buttercream, too sweet. So I think with the snacks/soda and bday decorations it will be just as good. Thanks again for your help.
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Here is the cake we ordered for my 21st birthday in the GF.

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