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Old 01-29-2013, 04:21 PM   #1396
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I could just order the cake from the Boardwalk Bakery, and have it delivered to the POR, where we will be staying and just have the cake there.
That's probably the easiest option, but you would not call BoardWalk Bakery to order it—you need to use the number listed for POR. Even though BWB delivers all over property, they don't take orders for these directly from guests.

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Since I don't know when we will be done with dinner, Do they just hold the cake there until you get back? If we have a 6:30 dinner and I ask for it to be there are 8, but come back a little late.
They deliver it when you tell them to. If you come back late, it will be sitting out. If it's fondant, there won't be an issue, unless the AC in your room fails. Buttercream gets a little melty...

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Do most people take the fondant off their cake when you eat it? Were not fans, but those cakes are just so beautiful.
At Disney weddings, the catering team usually removes the fondant to expose the buttercream underneath. I'm too lazy to take it off the cakes I get and just kinda scrape the cake and frosting outta the fondant ... or eat it!
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:27 PM   #1397
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Do you know if they give you and email so you can send pictures of what you want, or do you have to try and explain it just by phone. If just by phone, I may try one of the other resorts and just hope the delivery fee isn't too much lol.


That's what I'm worried about, I thought you'd pick it up in the food court, but if it's just in your room, i'm not sure i'd want to chance it. Trying one of the other resorts is looking better lol.
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Old 01-29-2013, 08:35 PM   #1398
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Hi Everyone

I have gone through this thread, part 1,2 and 3 over the years and it has given me some fabulous ideas for cakes. I wanted to post a picture of my daughter's mini wedding cake that we ordered for her birthday. We went to Cinderella's Royal Table, I asked for "Pink and Girly". I wish I had a better picture to post because this cake really was beautiful.


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Old 01-29-2013, 10:57 PM   #1399
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Do you know if they give you and email so you can send pictures of what you want, or do you have to try and explain it just by phone.
Yes, once you get to a real live person on the phone, you can ask for an email address that you can send photos to.
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Yes, once you get to a real live person on the phone, you can ask for an email address that you can send photos to.
Ok thank you! When it gets closer, I will just call around and see if other bakeries will deliver, if not, I'll just order from the boardwalk. Thanks for all the help!
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Old 01-31-2013, 07:39 AM   #1401
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I ordered a cake yesterday they took my credit card info but haven't charged my card... does that take a while sometimes or is it just a credit card hold and I pay when we get it?

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Old 01-31-2013, 09:56 AM   #1402
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I ordered a cake yesterday they took my credit card info but haven't charged my card... does that take a while sometimes or is it just a credit card hold and I pay when we get it?

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I was told they don't charge your card until the day prior (since you can cancel it 48 hours before).
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They put the cake back in the box in was delivered in by the bakery. I do not think it will last very long without refrigeration, though, due to the mousse filling. Even our all-buttercream anniversary cake was sad and mushy by Day 3. However, Bell Services could keep the cake in their fridge for you and deliver it when you want it. Not super-convenient, but... Alternatively, I'd bring Tupperware and divvy the cake up into smaller boxes that will fit in the minifridge.
Just wanted to add that we got the Mickey Head cake last Jan on a friday night for dinner...only ate a few pieces brought the box back to our room and didnt even think about putting it in fridge (not that it would fit). Stayed in our room all day sat and we left on sunday. It traveled 10 hours in the car back to NC. And remained on our table for at least a few days (as we ate it every night). So I think it would be totally fine in your room for a week. Oh and it was sooooooooo good.
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Just wanted to add that we got the Mickey Head cake last Jan on a friday night for dinner...only ate a few pieces brought the box back to our room and didnt even think about putting it in fridge (not that it would fit). Stayed in our room all day sat and we left on sunday. It traveled 10 hours in the car back to NC. And remained on our table for at least a few days (as we ate it every night). So I think it would be totally fine in your room for a week. Oh and it was sooooooooo good.
This was our experience with leaving a cake unrefrigerated, too. Ours was covered in fondant and had a mousse filling, and we just kept it in its box the whole week. It survived the drive back home, too.
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I ordered a cake yesterday they took my credit card info but haven't charged my card... does that take a while sometimes or is it just a credit card hold and I pay when we get it?

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If you are having it delivered to a restaurant it may be on your bill there. This was our experience ordering through the Boardwalk Bakery for delivery to Kouzzina.
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Bambi Cake

Just one more question about delivery. I'm defiantly thinking of the boardwalk as it's the easiest way. Would they deliver it to your room or would you be called down to the food court to pick it up?
You can also, order and just pick it up at the bakery as well right? But still call through POR? Thanks.


Now, I've gotten an idea for a cake, a Bambi cake. I saw a cute cake where they made it look like grass etc...... I was just wondering what are some cute things from the movie anyone can think of to add? I found pics and will use flowers from the movie......I didn't know if anything else is known in Bambi......I saw a cute pic of whimsical looking mushrooms that are cute, but only found one picture, so wasn't sure if they were actually in the movie or not. So if anyone has any ideas besides the mushrooms and flowers that would be great.
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Just one more question about delivery. I'm defiantly thinking of the boardwalk as it's the easiest way. Would they deliver it to your room or would you be called down to the food court to pick it up?
You can also, order and just pick it up at the bakery as well right? But still call through POR? Thanks.
Maybe I can explain it more clearly.
  • If you're staying or dining at BoardWalk Inn, call the number listed in Post #2 for BoardWalk Inn.
  • If you want to pick the cake up at BoardWalk Bakery, call the number listed in Post #2 for BoardWalk Inn.
  • If you're staying at POR and want the cake delivered there, call the number listed for POR in Post #2. The cake will either be delivered to the food court or you might be able to get them to bring it to your room.

Hope this helps!
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Maybe I can explain it more clearly.
  • If you're staying or dining at BoardWalk Inn, call the number listed in Post #2 for BoardWalk Inn.
  • If you want to pick the cake up at BoardWalk Bakery, call the number listed in Post #2 for BoardWalk Inn.
  • If you're staying at POR and want the cake delivered there, call the number listed for POR in Post #2. The cake will either be delivered to the food court or you might be able to get them to bring it to your room.

Hope this helps!

Thank you! lol I got a little confused with which number to call depending on the circumstance. Thanks again.
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Do you think it would be possible to put images all around a cake (like the one below) without fondant?
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My theme was "Disney Memories" so I had him write Four Parks, One Family
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It's hard to see clearly but behind the banner is a pair of yellow fondant Mickey shoes sitting on a round platform.

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Do you think it would be possible to put images all around a cake (like the one below) without fondant?
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The screen print are done on fondant so there would be fondant on the cake. But they use buttercream icing to help stick the fondant to the cake to you could just remove it.

Now you might ask if they have a non edible version to stick pics on a cake.
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