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Old 09-14-2006, 04:36 PM   #271
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Does anyone know if Hollywood and Vine offers special cakes? I tried looking through many pages here and didn't see anything on the main page. Thanks.
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Old 09-14-2006, 08:18 PM   #272
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Does anyone know if it would be possible to have a cake delivered to Shutters at CBR? If so, who did you call to arrange it? TIA Maggie
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Old 09-15-2006, 12:19 AM   #273
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Our special cake for our wedding dinner at 'Ohana! It was a surprise for my goom because he loves choclate! I thought it was so cute! We loved it!





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Old 09-15-2006, 06:58 AM   #274
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Here are 3 pictures of DS 1st birthday cake at WCC on Sept. 1. I got the idea from another cake picture posted on a different thread. The GF bakery did it and delivered it for our ADR at 7:30 p.m. All the decorations were made out of chocolate. It was absolutely incredible. The pictures don't do it justice. I have pictures with DS, but I have an issue with posting family pictures on the internet. Sorry. Hope the pictures turn out. It's my first time posting pictures.

On a side note, I was able to store the cake in the refridgerator behind the front desk until I checked out. Then, when I got home, we were successful in removing all the decorative chocolate pieces. We are going to use the boots, belt, parchment paper, star, and neck thingie on the cake for the party at home.






WOW this is a awesome cake, well worth the money..
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Our special cake for our wedding dinner at 'Ohana! It was a surprise for my goom because he loves choclate! I thought it was so cute! We loved it!






Where did you special order this from? My two oldest will be turning 13 and 9 teh end of Sept but disney is part their birthday present. So I thought about getting them one cake to share.
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For those of you who have made those special order cakes at the GF..how early did you call? We are going on Oct 21 and I need to figure out a special 13th birthday cake for two girls at GF Cafe. I don't want to leave it until the last minute, but don't want it to get lost in the shuffle either.
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For those of you who have made those special order cakes at the GF..how early did you call? We are going on Oct 21 and I need to figure out a special 13th birthday cake for two girls at GF Cafe. I don't want to leave it until the last minute, but don't want it to get lost in the shuffle either.
I ordered ours about 1 month prior.
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why does it have to be so damn diffucult!

i spent about 1 hour on the phone trying to get in touch with ANYONE who would be able to help get a cake for chef mickey's, finally o left a message, i get a call this morning and the girl tells me i have to use their cakes and its a basic cake (no shapes, or pictures on it)
my son is obsessed with herbie so i figure i could order a cake from elsewhere with herbie's picture on it and have it delivered, she tells me it was done once before but its not the norm, so then i ask what if i order the cake myself bring it in myself and you guys serve it, her response, well the cake would have to stay at your table the whole time we can't bring it in the back not even to the cooler!
*** i am sorry but its for a child's birthday why do they have to make it so hard!

can anyone suggest something? i don't know what to do i wanted something special not a round cake that i can get at shoprite any day!
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anywho, I am sure this quwation has been asked a million times, here goes- - I was trying to get a small cake or choc covered strawberries delivered to my room at POFQ for our "Lucky" 13th Anniversary- maybe like a haunted mansion theme-- (Lucky 13-- blah blah) - I talked to the food court poeple and they said I can just pick up a cake there
I would call the Boardwalk Bakery for a cake. They may deliver it or you may have to pick it up. You can always take a cab back to your resort with the cake in your lap. The cakes in the food courts are all pre-made and not as nice. Good luck and have a great time!
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I've been having the same problem with Chef Mickey's. I've been transferred all over the place, left messages, and still haven't heard back from anyone or talked to anyone who could help me. I could pick up a cake at the MK bakery and take it over. We won't have a car and I don't want to travel too far out of my way just to get a cake. Why oh why couldn't DD have wanted to dine at 1900 PF for her birthday? LOL
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Where did you special order this from? My two oldest will be turning 13 and 9 teh end of Sept but disney is part their birthday present. So I thought about getting them one cake to share.
I ordered the cake straight from 'Ohana, where we had dinner that evening and it cost $45. It was pretty yummy and it's all chocolate!
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Old 09-16-2006, 04:33 PM   #282
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Great thread!! The pictures are very helpful. I am trying to pick out a cake for my parents' 50th anniversary to have with our Thanksgiving dinner at 1900 Park Fare. Some of these cakes are amazing!
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Old 09-16-2006, 06:52 PM   #283
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what beautiful cakes! dd had the slipper a few years back for her birthday and it was delicious! I may just have to order it this year just because

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Old 09-16-2006, 09:14 PM   #284
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Old 09-16-2006, 10:16 PM   #285
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What kind of frosting is on the mini castle cake? If its not fondent, can you get it in fondent and do you think they could add the gold mickey stamps to it?
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