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Old 08-30-2006, 07:21 PM   #211
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Im looking into getting a cake for our anniversary to be delivered to our room at the AKL. I will be ordering it from the AKL. So heres my question. I want them to deliver it the day we arrive. Do they deliver it before or after we check in? I would hate for them to deliver it before hand and then at check in we get a free upgrade and then our room # would change but it would also be nice for it to already be there when we check in. Its supposed to be a surprise for DH. So how does this all work out? Also can they provide a box so we can put left overs in it to keep it fresh? Also can anyone tell me about the cakes at AKL. Are they good? What kind of cake flavors are there? What can you have put on top of the cake? I want sorta like an AKL touch to our anniversary cake, so any ideas? We will be just getting a 8 inch cake.
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Old 08-30-2006, 07:49 PM   #212
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They will not put anything in your room before you check into your room. When I called to ask they said it would arrive sometime on our arrival day after we have gotten our room. I wanted to have something in our room for our honeymoon when we walked into the room, but they said t hey werent allowed in the room after it has been cleaned until we have checked in. You might can set up a time with them to have it brought to your room. I know anything like champagne and such cannot be delivered to your room without you there to sign for it. They are unable to leave unattended alcohol without you signing for it. HTH
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Old 08-30-2006, 08:29 PM   #213
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We are going to WDW for my Bday this year (1st time on my bday) and I emailed this thread to DH so that he will hopefully "surprise " me with a cake sometime during our trip! Thanks so much for all the info! Hope DH take the "HINT"
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Old 08-30-2006, 09:06 PM   #214
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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.
I feel like I am the constant bearer of bad news about CG ... I was told last month when I called that they do not do ANY personalized cakes there. The choices were the $12.50 6-inch unpersonalized cakes in chocolate or vanilla only. If you call and get a different answer, please post in this thread because I still feel like that can't be right.

I decided to skip cake at CG and arranged for one to be delivered to our room at WL. It will be made by WL's own bakery.

The GF bakery only makes cakes for their resort guests and diners in their own restaurants. I confirmed that personally yesterday, they don't even allow personal pick up from the resort.
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I decided to skip cake at CG and arranged for one to be delivered to our room at WL. It will be made by WL's own bakery.
What kind of cake our you getting from the WL's bakery? I still trying to decide whether to get one at 1900 park fare or our room at the WL. Do you know what options they had? Thanks in advance.
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The GF bakery can personalize a 6 inch cake. I ordered a 6 inch vanilla cake for my DD's birthday, with a Cinderella pop up and a persoanlized message on the cake too. Hope it's tasty!!
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What kind of cake our you getting from the WL's bakery? I still trying to decide whether to get one at 1900 park fare or our room at the WL. Do you know what options they had? Thanks in advance.
This is what I was told:

Cake choices: white, yellow, chocolate or marble

Filling choices: vanilla, chocolate or raspberry

icing choices: vanilla buttercream, chocolate buttercream, chocolate ganache

I am compromising - DH doesn't like chocolate much - yellow cake with raspberry filling and chocolate buttercream. 10 inch is $40, 6 inch is $20

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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?
Yes it was. We enjoyed the cake with characters looking on at the surprise made it more enjoyable. LTT was great about holding the cake while we finished our evening. They didn't offer to hold the cake, I asked and they had absolutely no problem helping me out.
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this is the cake we had at our rehearsal dinner at whispering canyon. chocolate on chocolate.
ScuttleMeTimbers and ash&abby'smom this is the cake i got at whispering canyon at the wilderness lodge. it was more than enough for 15 adults.
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Today I called the GF and changed my cake order a wee bit. I decided to get the dark chocolate moouse instead of a buttercream filling and I'm having a white castle cake topper put on it as well. I can hardly wait to taste it on Sunday!!! I will make sure to take some pics and report back.
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Today I called the GF and changed my cake order a wee bit. I decided to get the dark chocolate moouse instead of a buttercream filling and I'm having a white castle cake topper put on it as well. I can hardly wait to taste it on Sunday!!! I will make sure to take some pics and report back.

Small favor. Can you take a picture of the inside of the cake as well. Thanks and enjoy your trip.
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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...



That is a beautiful cake, did you have to special order it? Do you mind telling how much it cost?
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That is a beautiful cake, did you have to special order it? Do you mind telling how much it cost?

I'm not Cinderella Fan, but I I can tell you that they would have had to order the cake.
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Old 08-31-2006, 10:39 PM   #224
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wishing this was cake!
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Are the 8" cakes one layer or two? If they include two layers for the price, has anyone ever gotten just one layer at a reduced price?
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