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Old 08-28-2006, 10:46 AM   #196
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Here is my daughter's 10" birthday cake at 1900 Park Faire. It was $40 (minus 20% DDE discount plus 18% gratuity) and it was supposed to serve 16 people. That was probably a good estimate since 8 of us finished half of it. I planned for 12 people, but most of my sister's family had to go home early because my nephew was sick.

The cake was vanilla with buttercream frosting. The inside was a raspberry/whipped cream. It was *great*. I ordered it via the GF Bakery.





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Old 08-28-2006, 10:47 AM   #197
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I apologize if this has been asked before, but are there many of you that celebrate a birthday almost a month before or after the actual date?
I got a birthday cake for my mom and I and we will be eating it 3.5 months after our birthdays (we share the same day). I did not have birthdays noted on our reservations and we are not getting birthday buttons anywhere. We are just have the birthday cake we never had in WDW(someone in the family forogot to order one for the actual day!!).
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Old 08-28-2006, 06:54 PM   #198
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Has anyone had a good cake at Chef Mickey's? We're celebrating DS's 6th birthday in November, and would like to get a cake that at least tastes good!

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Hi all, we are back and I have pictures of dh's b-day cake that I ordered for dinner at LTT. It was perfect and tasty too. The only thing was, they said that they could do a marble cake and what they gave me wasn't marble, but one layer vanilla, one chocolate and another vanilla layer. After we ate dinner we had fastpasses for SplMtn and LTT held the cake for us while we rode rides and then I picked it up on the way out. We ordered a Chip & Dale cake and the picture of Chip & Dale was a screen picture, so it was very visible. The lettering on the cake was a chocolate fudge! It was an 8" cake ($25) and the screening for the character was $8, but LTT only charged me $26 and change, so I guess they didn't charge for the character screening.



I tried to get a close up of the screening, hope you can all see it.

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DF and I will be getting married at the Wedding Pavilion in December. So, we wanted to be able to taste our cake before the day.

This is a 6" cake from the GF bakery, I had it delivered to the room. It has Bavarian cream with fres raspberries inside. It was just heavenly...



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Old 08-29-2006, 10:04 AM   #202
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Does anyone know if you can get a cinderella and prince charming image on a cake at CRT? Also if theres cake left over, can they wrap it up and hold it until we leave the park so we dont have to worry about carrying cake throughout the park.

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Old 08-29-2006, 12:19 PM   #204
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Hoop de doo review

Still wondering if anyone knows if you can get a specialized dessert or a cake at the Hoop De Doo? I would love to suprise my husband as it is our 10th anne. and our last night.
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Hi all, we are back and I have pictures of dh's b-day cake that I ordered for dinner at LTT. It was perfect and tasty too. The only thing was, they said that they could do a marble cake and what they gave me wasn't marble, but one layer vanilla, one chocolate and another vanilla layer. After we ate dinner we had fastpasses for SplMtn and LTT held the cake for us while we rode rides and then I picked it up on the way out. We ordered a Chip & Dale cake and the picture of Chip & Dale was a screen picture, so it was very visible. The lettering on the cake was a chocolate fudge! It was an 8" cake ($25) and the screening for the character was $8, but LTT only charged me $26 and change, so I guess they didn't charge for the character screening.



I tried to get a close up of the screening, hope you can all see it.

Thanks so much for posting!! It looks fantastic! Maybe I will order my bday cake for LTT instead of Le Cellier.... this was from MK bakery, right?
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Old 08-29-2006, 07:03 PM   #206
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WL Cakes?

Hi Everyone.

This thread is fantastic! I called WL and was told they only have the 6" cake?! From what I've been reading this is a generic/previously frozen cake, has anyone ordered any other cakes? Who did you call? I used the phone # listed on the 1st page, but I didn't get very far. Any help is greatly appreciated, we leave is 6 days!
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Old 08-29-2006, 07:35 PM   #207
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Oh, I should mention regarding my question above that I was interested in having the cake delivered to our room, not at a restaurant.
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Old 08-30-2006, 03:43 PM   #208
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wow!! these cakes are gorgeous!! so now I need your help guys. my fiance and I are bringing his Mom to WDW for Halloween. and believe it or not, this is her first time ever to meet Mickey in Florida! she will turn 78 while we are there and we are dining at the Rose & Crown the evening of her birthday.

I definitely want a custom cake for her....who do I call to order and how far in advance can I call?

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Old 08-30-2006, 04:15 PM   #209
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Frozen cakes? What?? I was hoping for a cake at Ohana's One like I saw in an earlier post. Please do not tell me they make mass cakes, and freeze and thaw them. I was hoping for 40 dollars, they would make my cake, either the day before, or the day off. Can someone please confirm this? If it is some frozen cake. I think I will pass. My father is very picky.
The $12.50 cake from O'Hana is the frozen variety. I saw the same cake in the Pop Century food court.

For $40, I sure hope you are getting a fresh cake!
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Old 08-30-2006, 06:02 PM   #210
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Ok so heres my question- we are eating at CG the night I want to get a cake (ok, its my birthday and I am *forcing* my DD and DH to get me a cake. Can I have them order from GF bakery and they will get it over to CG for that night? From what it sounds GF bakery makes the best cakes. Or do they have to call CG and arrange it thru them? I don't want the frozen cake.
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