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Old 06-30-2013, 03:20 PM   #2356
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The Mini Mad Hatter cake is really cute! Where is it from and how much?
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That particular one was made by the Grand Floridian, but most Deluxe resort bakeries should be able to create something similar if you send in that photo. Mini cakes start around $30 and go up, depending on complexity.

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Hi everyone!

I am trying to decide which cake filling to get with vanilla 2 layer 8" cake for my daughters birthday in August.

I was going to post a poll, but I can't remember how. Sorry.
People seem to like Disney's fruit fillings, like the tropical mousse. My favorite with vanilla cake is peanut butter cup filling!
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That particular one was made by the Grand Floridian, but most Deluxe resort bakeries should be able to create something similar if you send in that photo. Mini cakes start around $30 and go up, depending on complexity.



People seem to like Disney's fruit fillings, like the tropical mousse. My favorite with vanilla cake is peanut butter cup filling!

Hi Carrie, The options Pat gave us are very limited. Perhaps because it is not a wedding cake? I guess I should've been more specific.

white butter cream
chocolate butter cream
white mousse
Dark Choco mousse
custard with strawberries.

I am leaning toward dark chocolate mousse with vanilla cake.
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Hi Carrie, The options Pat gave us are very limited. Perhaps because it is not a wedding cake? I guess I should've been more specific.

white butter cream
chocolate butter cream
white mousse
Dark Choco mousse
custard with strawberries.

I am leaning toward dark chocolate mousse with vanilla cake.
These are the standard options. Fruit mousse is also a standard option in 10" cakes. Special fillings can be available upon request and vary among bakeries.
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These are the standard options. Fruit mousse is also a standard option in 10" cakes. Special fillings can be available upon request and vary among bakeries.
thank you.
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That particular one was made by the Grand Floridian, but most Deluxe resort bakeries should be able to create something similar if you send in that photo. Mini cakes start around $30 and go up, depending
Thanks, I made a reservation at the Grand Floridian Cafe so I could order the mini castle cake for DD. But I might do the mini Mad Hatter instead. Do you know what the butterfly is mad of?
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I am researching ordering a Mad Hatter 1 tier style cake and wanted to know if anyone has ever gotten a split design. My DH and DD both have birthdays about a week before we arrive and I wanted to surprise them both with this cake. DH loves Wreck It Ralph and my DD loves the Little Mermaid. I was hoping they could do half a design on each side.

Scratch that I see a post stating the Mad Hatter cakes go between $150-$250.


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Thanks, I made a reservation at the Grand Floridian Cafe so I could order the mini castle cake for DD. But I might do the mini Mad Hatter instead. Do you know what the butterfly is mad of?
Hard to tell... it's so detailed, it may be plastic, but I'll bet they could create one out of something edible for you!

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I am researching ordering a Mad Hatter 1 tier style cake and wanted to know if anyone has ever gotten a split design. My DH and DD both have birthdays about a week before we arrive and I wanted to surprise them both with this cake. DH loves Wreck It Ralph and my DD loves the Little Mermaid. I was hoping they could do half a design on each side.

Scratch that I see a post stating the Mad Hatter cakes go between $150-$250.


Thanks for all the help.
You might consider doing two mini cakes for your two themes. They wouldn't have room for a lot of detail, but that way each kid could have their own, and it wouldn't cost as much as a 1-tier Mad Hatter.
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Hello all! I'm trying to read through all the pages. From what I'm understanding, if I want to order a cake for Whispering Canyon Cafe, I would be ordering through the Contemporary. Is this correct? Thank you!
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Hello all! I'm trying to read through all the pages. From what I'm understanding, if I want to order a cake for Whispering Canyon Cafe, I would be ordering through the Contemporary. Is this correct? Thank you!
Yes. If you want a custom cake, call the number for Contemporary Private Dining, given on page 1 of this thread. They'll give you an email address that you can use to correspond with the cake team.
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Thank you Claire&The boys! I ordered one from Pat at GF years ago, and everyone loved it. I know they're different bakers, but I'm sure it will still be delicious!
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Yes. If you want a custom cake, call the number for Contemporary Private Dining, given on page 1 of this thread. They'll give you an email address that you can use to correspond with the cake team.
Thank you Claire&The boys! I ordered one from Pat at GF years ago, and everyone loved it. I know they're different bakers, but I'm sure it will still be delicious!
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You might consider doing two mini cakes for your two themes. They wouldn't have room for a lot of detail, but that way each kid could have their own, and it wouldn't cost as much as a 1-tier Mad Hatter.

Thanks for the idea of getting 2 mini cakes! Saving a little would probably be better since we are also doing the wishes dessert party....my kids are gonna have a major sugar coma by the end of the week. Oh and the Wreck it Ralph cake would be for my DH!
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Opinions on ordering a cake to be delivered @ POR vs. Cape May Cafe? Which bakery would have the best cake?
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Thanks for the idea of getting 2 mini cakes! Saving a little would probably be better since we are also doing the wishes dessert party....my kids are gonna have a major sugar coma by the end of the week. Oh and the Wreck it Ralph cake would be for my DH!
Oh, that's awesome!

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Opinions on ordering a cake to be delivered @ POR vs. Cape May Cafe? Which bakery would have the best cake?
The two bakeries that service those places both make great-looking cakes, and all Disney cakes use the same recipes. However, ordering for POR requires jumping through a few more hoops, and people often report having trouble getting in touch with someone to place the order. So I'd say Cape May would be the easier option.
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Has anyone ordered a cake at the Princess Storybook Hall in Epcot?
Also I would love some feed back on a design for a Snow White cake
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